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The Resource High Field Plasmonics

High Field Plasmonics

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High Field Plasmonics
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High Field Plasmonics
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High Field Plasmonics
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High Field Plasmonics
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txt
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Contents
  • Supervisor's Foreword -- Abstract -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Introduction on High Intensity Laser-Plasma Interaction and High Field Plasmonics -- 2.1 Evolution of High Intensity Laser Technology -- 2.1.1 Overview -- 2.1.2 A Typical High Intensity Ti:Sapphire Laser System -- 2.1.3 Towards 10 PW Laser Systems -- 2.2 Relativistic Laser Plasma Interaction -- 2.2.1 Single Particle Motion -- 2.2.2 Propagation of EM Waves in a Plasma -- 2.2.3 Relativistic Kinetic Equations -- 2.2.4 Energy Absorption with Overdense Targets -- 2.2.5 Target Normal Sheath Acceleration (TNSA) -- 2.2.6 Radiation Reaction Force and QED Effects -- 2.2.7 Applications -- 2.3 High Field Plasmonics -- 2.3.1 Excitation of Surface Plasmons -- 2.3.2 Overview of Plasmonic Schemes and Applications -- 2.3.3 Outlook for Relativistic Plasmonics -- References -- 3 Numerical Tools -- 3.1 Numerical Simulations of Plasma Physics -- 3.2 Particle-In-Cell Codes -- 3.3 PICCANTE: An Open-Source PIC Code -- 3.3.1 Optimization of Piccante -- 3.4 PICcolino: A Spectral PIC Code -- 3.5 Applications -- 3.5.1 Weibel Instability in Pair-Plasmas -- 3.5.2 Intense Laser Interaction with Thin Gold Targets -- References -- 4 Electron Acceleration with Grating Targets -- 4.1 Introduction and Previous Results -- 4.1.1 Previous Experimental Investigations -- 4.1.2 Previous Theoretical and Numerical Investigations -- 4.2 Experimental Campaign at CEA-Saclay -- 4.2.1 Experimental Setup -- 4.2.2 Experimental Results -- 4.3 Numerical Simulations -- 4.3.1 2D Simulation Campaign -- 4.3.2 3D Simulation Campaign -- 4.4 Theory of Surface Plasmon Acceleration -- 4.5 Experimental Campaign at GIST -- 4.5.1 Laser System -- 4.5.2 Experimental Set-Up -- 4.5.3 Preliminary Results -- 4.6 Conclusions -- References -- 5 Foam Targets for Enhanced Ion Acceleration
  • 5.1 Introduction -- 5.1.1 Requirements for a Laser-Based Ion Accelerator -- 5.1.2 Previous Investigations with Foam Targets -- 5.2 Experimental Activity -- 5.2.1 Laser System -- 5.2.2 Experimental Setup -- 5.2.3 Targets -- 5.2.4 Experimental Plan (First Campaign) -- 5.2.5 Experimental Plan (Second Campaign) -- 5.3 Experimental Results -- 5.3.1 First Experimental Campaign: Enhanced Ion Acceleration -- 5.3.2 Second Experimental Campaign: Effect of Pulse Length on Ion Acceleration with Foam Targets -- 5.4 Numerical Simulations -- 5.4.1 2D Simulations -- 5.4.2 3D Simulations -- 5.4.3 Modelling of Foam Target with Diffusion Limited Aggregation -- 5.5 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Numerical Exploration of High Field Plasmonics in Different Scenarios -- 6.1 Rayleigh--Taylor Instability in Radiation Pressure Acceleration -- 6.1.1 Radiation Pressure Acceleration -- 6.1.2 Theoretical Model of Laser-Driven Rayleigh--Taylor Instability -- 6.1.3 Numerical Simulations -- 6.1.4 Conclusions -- 6.2 Plasmonic Effects in High Order Harmonic Generation from Grating Targets -- 6.2.1 Introduction on HHG with Laser-Based Sources -- 6.2.2 Grating Targets as a HHG Source -- 6.2.3 Conclusions -- 6.3 Energy Concentration Schemes? -- 6.3.1 Conclusions -- References -- 7 Conclusions and Perspectives -- Reference -- Appendix A Code Normalization -- Appendix B Particle-In-Cell algorithm -- Curriculum Vitae
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