5-10 May 2019
Europe/Berlin timezone

Presence and future of X-ray scattering techniques for the understanding of ultra-short pulse laser matter interactions

6 May 2019, 17:45
Main Hall (MedILS)

Main Hall


Oral Contribution Diagnostics


Thomas Kluge


The development of next generation laser plasma sources for novel applications in various fields ranging from astro-physics, fusion research to particle acceleration and tumor therapy requires methods to study the plasma dynamics and heating on short spatial (few nanometers) and temporal scales (few femtoseconds). Free electron lasers are identified as a potential new tool to achieve this goal for various plasma properties since they combine short bunches, high photon numbers with small bandwidth and high penetration power even through several microns of solid density plasmas.
We give an overview over recent advances in theory and experiments for transferring established scattering techniques into the short-pulse laser domain. Besides the future potentials of the small angle scattering technique we will focus on the possible impact of resonant scattering on the understanding and advancement of laser-based particle sources. The simultaneous measurement of structure and opacity with a single method, with nanometer and femtosecond resolution would enable a level of understanding both in plasma physics as well as transient, non-equilibrium atomic physics that could help developing better predictive simulation capabilities as well as new solutions to defiances towards optimized laser particle source

Working group Diagnostics

Primary authors

Thomas Kluge Mrs Melanie Rödel (HZDR) Lennart Gaus (HZDR) Michael Bussmann (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf) Mr Eric Galtier (SLAC) Alejandro Laso Garcia (Helmoltz-Zentrum Dresden - Rossendorf) Mr Siegfried Glenzer (SLAC) Prof. Christian Gutt (Universität Siegen) Mrs Hae Ja Lee (SLAC) Dr Josefine Metzkes-Ng (Institute of Radiation Physics, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Dresden, Germany ) Mr Bob Nagler (SLAC) Dr Motoaki Nakatsutsumi (European XFEL) Mr Masato Ota (Osaka University) Mr Alexander Pelka (HZDR) Irene Prencipe (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf) Mrs Lisa Randolph (Universität Siegen) Martin Rehwald (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf) Prof. Youichi Sakawa (Osaka University) Mr Hans-Peter Schlenvoigt (HZDR) Prof. Thomas Cowan (Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf) Ulrich Schramm (HZDR)

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