Presentations

Session 1: LWFA

Contributions of gas targets in laser-plasma interaction research
Victor Malka (LOA), France
21 Downloads
Development and characterization of a discharge capillary as LWFA target
Alexander Köhler (HZDR), Germany
12 Downloads
Laser-plasma accelerator at kHz repetition rate using a gas jet operating in continuous flow
Benoît Beaurepaire (LOA), France
12 Downloads
Fast opening/closing, dense supersonic gas jets for laserplasma accelerators
Mahadevan Krishnan (AASC), USA
12 Downloads
Laser Wakefield Acceleration in tailored underdense plasmas
Émilien Guillaume (LOA), France
10 Downloads

Session 2: High repetition rate

High Repetition Target Systemsand Novel Techniques for Proton Acceleration
Thomas Sokollik (SJTU), China
16 Downloads
Precision liquid target development for kHz relativistic laser-matter interaction studies
Enam Chowdhury (OSU), USA
7 Downloads
First demonstration of laser engagement of 1-Hz-injected flying pellets and neutron generation
Yoneyoshi Kitagawa (GPI), Japan
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High repetition rate laser-driven particles at CLPU
Luca Volpe (CLPU), Spain
13 Downloads
High repetition sample strategy for the HED instrument at European XFEL
Motoaki Nakatsutsumi (European XFEL), Germany
12 Downloads
Production of thin ribbons of solid hydrogen for laser target
Denis Chatain (CEA-INAC), France
12 Downloads
Solid, Liquid, and Gaseous targets for High Field Experiments
John Nees (CUOS), USA
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Session 3: X-ray/HHG

High-flux ultrafast soft X-ray source generated by high harmonic generation
François Légaré (INRS), Canada
9 Downloads
Utilization of gas targetry for the development of plasma-based soft X-ray lasers
Adrien Depresseux (LOA), France
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Characterization of gas puff targets for laser matter interaction experiments, using extreme ultraviolet and soft X-ray radiography and tomography techniques
Przemyslaw Wachulak (IOE), Poland
9 Downloads
Interferometric measurement of thin plasma density gradient on solid target
Maïmouna Bocoum (LOA), France
10 Downloads
Optically-controlled structuring of plain solid targets probed by highharmonic generation and vice versa
Adrien Leblanc (CEA-LIDyL), France
12 Downloads

Session 4: Ion sources

Laser-driven ion sources: Activities in Munich
Jörg Schreiber (LMU), Germany
15 Downloads
Ion Acceleration from ultrafast laser driven liquid microdroplets
Sargis Ter-Avetisyan (CoReLS), Korea
12 Downloads
Laser proton acceleration of mass-limited-targets of different materials
Karl Zeil (HZDR), Germany
12 Downloads
Development of submicron-size hydrogen cluster targets for impurity-free laser-driven proton sources
Yuji Fukuda (KPSI), Japan
11 Downloads
Mass-limited targets
Peter Hilz (LMU), Germany
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Session 5: Diagnostics

Laser interaction with nearly overdense plasmas
Alessandro Flacco (LOA), France
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Latest developments and experimental results of adaptive optics for ultra intense lasers and dense plasma diagnostics
Xavier Levecq (Imagine Optics), France
10 Downloads
Characterisation of Gas Targets for Laser-Plasma Electron Acceleration
Kristoffer Svensson (Lund University), Sweden
9 Downloads
Direct, real-time and sensitive plasma density diagnostic by quadriwave lateral shearing interferometry
Florian Mollica (LOA), France
12 Downloads
Particle density dynamics in a flowing gas cell target for laser wakefield acceleration measured by second-harmonic interferometry
Fernando Brandi (ILIL), Italy
10 Downloads

Session 6: Structured targets

Extreme light in nanostructured targets: shaping fields and managing particle flows
Robin Marjoribanks (University of Toronto), Canada
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High volume fabrication of laser targets using MEMS techniques
Christopher Spindloe (RAL), Great Britain
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Mass Production of Laser Microtargets for the High
Repetition Rate Experiments using MEMS-based Fabrication Techniques

Arthur Graham (Scitech), Great Britain
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Overdense target development at the L2A2
Camilo Ruiz (University Santiago de Compostela), Spain
10 Downloads
Fabrication of Nanostructured Target for Improved Laser-Driven Proton Acceleration
Patrizio Antici (INRS), Canada
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Specific laser features for solid state target interaction: Ultra-short pulse duration, high temporal contrast, high repetition rate multi-TW/PW laser systems development
Julie Siv (Amplitude Technologies), France
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