5-10 May 2019
Europe/Berlin timezone

Laser -driven particle acceleration at high repetition rate

7 May 2019, 17:15
Main Hall (MedILS)

Main Hall



Karl Krushelnick (University of Michigan)


Experiments were conducted using a high:repetition rate (500 Hz) Ti:sapphire laser to measure the scaling of laser wakefield acceleration at low energy (< 20 mJ) and high repetition rate. Electron spectra were measured and the effect of feedback control of the laser pulse phase front and the laser temporal phase were investigated. The development of liquid targets for high rep rate ion and neutron generation will also be described.

Working group Laser-driven electron acceleration

Primary author

Karl Krushelnick (University of Michigan)

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