Benjamin Svedung Wettervik

Doktorand at Department of Physics, Subatomic and Plasma Physics

Projects

2014–2019

Plasma based compact ion sources

Tünde Fülöp Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Benjamin Svedung Wettervik Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Adam Stahl Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Timothy Dubois Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Antony Ilderton Department of Applied Physics, Condensed Matter Theory
Mattias Marklund Department of Applied Physics, Condensed Matter Theory
Evangelos Siminos Department of Applied Physics, Nuclear Engineering
Joel Magnusson Department of Applied Physics, Condensed Matter Theory
Tom Blackburn Department of Applied Physics, Condensed Matter Theory
Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

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Publications

2016

Kinetic effects on the transition to relativistic self-induced transparency in laser-driven ion acceleration

Evangelos Siminos, Benjamin Svedung Wettervik, M Grech et al
58th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics . Vol. 61 (18), p. TO6.00007
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2016

Relativistic Vlasov-Maxwell modelling using finite volumes and adaptive mesh refinement

Benjamin Svedung Wettervik, Timothy Dubois, Evangelos Siminos et al
Preprint
2016

Laser-driven collisionless shock acceleration of protons

Benjamin Svedung Wettervik, Timothy Dubois, Tünde Fülöp et al
Proceedings of 43rd EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, p. P5.089
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2016

Kinetic effects on the transition to relativistic self-induced transparency in laser-driven ion acceleration

Evangelos Siminos, Benjamin Svedung Wettervik, M Grech et al
Preprint
2016

Vlasov modelling of laser-driven collisionless shock acceleration of protons

Benjamin Svedung Wettervik, Timothy Dubois, Tünde Fülöp et al
Physics of Plasmas. Vol. 23 (5), p. 053103
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

A domain decomposition method for three species modeling of multielectrode negative corona discharge with applications to electrostatic precipitators

Benjamin Svedung Wettervik, Tomas Johnson, Stefan Jakobsson et al
Journal of Electrostatics. Vol. 77, p. 139-146
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2015

A finite volume method for electrostatic three species negative corona discharge simulations with application to externally charged powder bells

Tomas Johnson, Stefan Jakobsson, Benjamin Svedung Wettervik et al
Journal of Electrostatics. Vol. 74, p. 27-36
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2013

Feasibility of FPGA-based Computations of Transition Densities in Quantum Many-Body Systems

Robert Anderzén, Magnus Rahm, Olof Salberger et al
Bachelor Thesis (Kandidatexamen)