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by Thomas Sokollik

eBook Investigations of Field Dynamics in Laser Plasmas with Proton Imaging (Springer Theses) ePub
Author: Thomas Sokollik
Language: English
ISBN: 364215039X
ISBN13: 978-3642150395
Publisher: Springer; 2011 edition (January 13, 2011)
Pages: 126
Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Building
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In the thesis by Thomas Sokollik a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - was developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas

In the thesis by Thomas Sokollik a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - was developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas. Such investigations are of paramount importance for the understanding of laser-plasma interactions and, thus, for optimization of laser driven particle acceleration.

In the thesis by Thomas Sokollik a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - was developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas

In the thesis by Thomas Sokollik a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - was developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas.

Laser-driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some outstanding attributes compared to those produced in conventional accelerators. One such attribute is the typically low beam emittance. This allows excellent resolution in imaging applications like proton radiography. This thesis describes a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - that the author developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas.

Laser-driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some . Books related to Investigations of Field Dynamics in Laser Plasmas with Proton Imaging.

Laser-driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some outstanding attributes compared to those prod.

Автор: Sokollik Название: Investigations of Field Dynamics in Laser . The confined geometry of plasmas and fields was found to influence the kinetic energy and spatial distribution of accelerated ions.

The confined geometry of plasmas and fields was found to influence the kinetic energy and spatial distribution of accelerated ions.

This book describes a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - that the author first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas. Investigations of Field Dynamics in Laser Plasmas with Proton Imaging. ENG. Number of Pages.

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oceedings{ationsOF, title {Investigations of Field Dynamics in Laser Plasmas with Proton Imaging}, author {Thomas Sokollik}, year {2011} }. Thomas Sokollik. Dynamics of electric fields driving the laser acceleration of multi-MeV protons. Lorenzo Romagnani, J. Fuchs, +12 authors Oswald Willi. Plasma expansion into a vacuum.

book by Thomas Sokollik. Laser-driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some outstanding attributes compared to those produced in conventional accelerators.

Personal Name: Sokollik, Thomas. Publication, Distribution, et. Berlin, Heidelberg. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, (c)2011. Uniform Title: Springer theses. Rubrics: Atoms and Molecules in Strong Fields, Laser Matter Interaction Plasma Physics Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics Physics Particle acceleration.

Laser-driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some outstanding attributes compared to.Such investigations are of paramount importance for the understanding of laser-plasma interactions and, thus, for optimization of laser-driven particle acceleration.

Laser-driven proton beams are still in their infancy but already have some outstanding attributes compared to those produced in conventional accelerators. One such attribute is the typically low beam emittance. This allows excellent resolution in imaging applications like proton radiography. This thesis describes a novel imaging technique - the proton streak camera - that the author developed and first used to measure both the spatial and temporal evolution of ultra-strong electrical fields in laser-driven plasmas. Such investigations are of paramount importance for the understanding of laser-plasma interactions and, thus, for optimization of laser-driven particle acceleration. In particular, the present work investigated micrometer-sized spherical targets after laser irradiation. The confined geometry of plasmas and fields was found to influence the kinetic energy and spatial distribution of accelerated ions. This could be shown both in experimental radiography images and and in numerical simulations, one of which was selected for the cover page of Physical Review Letters.
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