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  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Bernhard Ersfeld; Silvia Cipiccia; Dino A. Jaroszynski; M. R. Islam; M. P. Tooley; Fei-Yu Li; D. Reboredo Gil; X. Yang; X. Yang; D. W. Grant; ...
    Publisher: Sci. Rep.
    Project: EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (284464), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), RCUK | West of Scotland Supercom... (EP/K000586/1)

    Laser-wakefield accelerators are compact devices capable of delivering ultra-short electron bunches with pC-level charge and MeV-GeV energy by exploiting the ultra-high electric fields arising from the interaction of intense laser pulses with plasma. We show experimenta...

  • publication . Article . Conference object . 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Silvia Cipiccia; Dino A. Jaroszynski; A. Subiel; Colleen DesRosiers; D. Reboredo; Vadim Moskvin; Gregor H. Welsh;
    Project: EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), RCUK | External beam therapy usi... (ST/H003754/1), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (284464), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), RCUK | External beam therapy usi... (ST/H003703/1)

    Abstract Very high energy electrons (VHEE) in the range from 100 to 250 MeV have the potential of becoming an alternative modality in radiotherapy because of their improved dosimetric properties compared with 6–20 MV photons generated by clinical linear accelerators (LI...

  • publication . Article . 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Min Sup Hur; Hyyong Suk; Bernhard Ersfeld; Adam Noble; Dino A. Jaroszynski;
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Project: EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (284464), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453)

    Ultra-intense, narrow-bandwidth, electromagnetic pulses have become important tools for exploring the characteristics of matter. Modern tuneable high-power light sources, such as free-electron lasers and vacuum tubes, rely on bunching of relativistic or near-relativisti...

  • publication . Other literature type . Article . 2017
    Open Access
    Authors:
    Robbie Wilson; Bernhard Hidding; G. G. Manahan; Paul McKenna; S. M. Wiggins; Andrew Beaton; A. Karmakar; A. Constantino; G. Pretzler; Dino A. Jaroszynski; ...
    Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Project: EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (284464), RCUK | Multi-scale simulation of... (EP/G056803/1), RCUK | Multi-scale simulation of... (EP/G054940/1), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), RCUK | Multi-PetaWatt Laser-Plas... (EP/J003832/1), RCUK | Multi-scale simulation of... (EP/G055165/1), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453)

    Space radiation is a great danger to electronics and astronauts onboard space vessels. The spectral flux of space electrons, protons and ions for example in the radiation belts is inherently broadband, but this is a feature hard to mimic with conventional radiation sour...

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