Showing 16 publications
On the minimum transport required to passively suppress runaway electrons in SPARC disruptions
Looking into solid-density plasmas using attosecond XUV dispersion
Attosecond dispersion as a diagnostics tool for solid-density laser-generated plasmas
Runaway electron deconfinement in SPARC and DIII-D by a passive 3D coil
Collisional effects and attosecond diagnostics in laser-generated plasmas
Stimulated-Raman-scattering amplification of attosecond XUV pulses with pulse-train pumps and application to local in-depth plasma-density measurement
Modeling the complete prevention of disruption-generated runaway electron beam formation with a passive 3D coil in SPARC
Kinetic dynamo in non-magnetized plasmas impeded by magnetic Landau damping
Dynamo in Weakly Collisional Nonmagnetized Plasmas Impeded by Landau Damping of Magnetic Fields
Collisional effects on electrostatic shock waves and heating in laser-generated plasmas
Fast collisional electron heating and relaxation in thin foils driven by a circularly polarized ultraintense short-pulse laser
Collisional effects on the electrostatic shock dynamics in thin-foil targets driven by an ultraintense short pulse laser
Effect of a weak ion collisionality on the dynamics of kinetic electrostatic shocks
Effects of Coulomb collisions in solid-density laser plasma shocks
Effects of adiabatic electron trapping in collisionless electrostatic shocks
Measuring g using a rotating liquid mirror: Enhancing laboratory learning
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Combining intense extreme ultraviolet and relativistic electron pulses for novel attosecond experiments.
Running away and radiating (PLASMA)