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Applied Dynamics Seminar| Phillip Sprangle, University of Maryland
Thursday, October 19, 2017
12:30 p.m.
ERF 1207
For More Information:
Taylor Prendergast
301 405 4951

Speaker: Phillip Sprangle

Speaker's Institution: University of Maryland| Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering / Department of Physics

Title: Ultra-High Intensity Laser Physics and Applications

Abstract: This talk will cover ultra-high field physics phenomena and interactions associated with high intensity short pulse lasers. The operating parameter regime of these lasers covers a wide range, e.g., peak powers of ~ 1012 - 1015 W, pulse lengths of ~ 10-12 – 10-14 sec, and intensities of ~ 1014 - 1023 W/cm2. These lasers are used in high-field physics research and have a number of unique applications. The physical processes associated with USPL interactions and propagation include: photo ionization, Kerr and Raman effects, self-phase modulation, optical and plasma filamentation, optical shocks, frequency chirping, propagation through atmospheric turbulence, etc. This talk will discuss these interrelated physical processes and some unique applications, such as: laser driven acceleration, UV/X-ray generation, underwater acoustic sources, atmospheric spark formation, detection of radioactive materials and atmospheric lasing.

This Event is For: Clark School • Graduate • Undergraduate • Faculty • Staff • Post-Docs

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