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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2018
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    Dino A. Jaroszynski; Teyoun Kang; Hyung Seon Song; Young-Kuk Kim; Min Sup Hur; Bernhard Ersfeld; Kyu Been Kwon;
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    Project: RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1)

    Abstract Emission of radiation from electrons undergoing plasma oscillations (POs) at the plasma frequency has attracted interest because of the existence of intriguing and non-trivial coupling mechanism between the electrostatic PO and the emitted electromagnetic wave....

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  • publication . Article . 2017
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    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; ...
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    Publisher: Sci. Rep.
    Project: EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (284464), RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), RCUK | West of Scotland Supercom... (EP/K000586/1), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1)

    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...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2019
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    Authors:
    Dino A. Jaroszynski; Colleen DesRosiers; K. Kokurewicz; A. Subiel; S. M. Wiggins; Gregor H. Welsh; Anthony J. Chalmers; Annette Sorensen; Giuseppe Schettino; Giuseppe Schettino; ...
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    Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    Project: RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), EC | ARIES (730871), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1)

    Abstract The increased inertia of very high-energy electrons (VHEEs) due to relativistic effects reduces scattering and enables irradiation of deep-seated tumours. However, entrance and exit doses are high for collimated or diverging beams. Here, we perform a study base...

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  • publication . Article . Other literature type . 2019
    Open Access English
    Authors:
    S. J. D. Dann; S. J. D. Dann; Yong Ma; Yong Ma; Yong Ma; Ashwin J. Shahani; Michal Smid; E. Gerstmayr; O. Lundh; M. Shahzad; ...
    Publisher: Nature Publishing Group
    Project: EC | LASERLAB-EUROPE (654148), FCT | POCI/FIS/59574/2004 (59574), RCUK | Application of Next Gener... (EP/J500094/1), RCUK | Lab in a bubble (EP/N028694/1), EC | EuPRAXIA (653782), NSERC , RCUK | Cockcroft Institute (ST/P002056/1), RCUK | The John Adams Institute ... (ST/P000835/1), EC | EUCARD-2 (312453), RCUK | CRITICAL MASS: Collective... (EP/J018171/1)

    Laser-wakefield accelerators (LWFAs) are high acceleration-gradient plasma-based particle accelerators capable of producing ultra-relativistic electron beams. Within the strong focusing fields of the wakefield, accelerated electrons undergo betatron oscillations, emitti...

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

    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...

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