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The pursue for high peak power is driven by the uncharted territory of knowledge that this may unlock, from basic science to applied one. The optical path towards these phenomenal powers may be one of the natural ones when we observe the critical role that the light is playing in the universe.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Feb. 07, 2021
  • Vol.18, Issue 4 (2020)
On the Cover
Ultrashort and broadband laser sources are formidable tools for a wide range of scientific areas. In the field of ultrafast science, laser pulses lasting only a few optical cycles are used to generate secondary sources employed in probing matter at atomic scales. Such sources are also widely adopted in applications in ultrafast spectroscopy, pump-probe in chemistry, and optical coherence tomography among many other fields.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Dec. 18, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 3 (2020)
On the Cover
Generation of electromagnetic waves was first demonstrated by Heinrich Hertz in 1887 and since then has become a leading subject of research, with an enormous range of applications covering radio communications, electronics, computing, radar technology and multi-wavelength astronomy. The accessible spectrum of electromagnetic emissions continuously extends toward shorter wavelengths from radio waves to microwaves, to optical and X-rays, challenging now the gamma-ray domain. It is also widely recognized that strong electromagnetic waves could be dangerous for health and electronics. Methods of detection of electromagnetic waves and mitigation of their undesirable effects are also in full development.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Sep. 28, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 2 (2020)
On the Cover
The ability of high-energy laser systems to provide complex laser pulse shapes has growing importance in many research disciplines such as laser fusion, high-energy-density physics, laboratory astrophysics, and laser conditioning of optical materials. In such laser facilities, accurate real-time predictions of laser performance are critical for maximizing experimental and operational effectiveness and flexibility. This is particularly important when real-time guidance is required by the laser facility to satisfy the demands of rapidly evolving experimental campaign needs. For example, x-ray diffraction of ramp-compressed crystalline solids can probe high-pressure solid–solid phase transformations that are inaccessible with shock compression. In this case, the laser pulse shape must be tailored to provide a specific pressure-loading profile that prevents the melting of the material due to an increase in entropy and temperature. Additionally, different ramped pulse shapes may be requested during an experimental campaign when exploring the location of phase boundaries within a complex phase diagram. To provide such laser pulse-shape flexibility over a wide range of energies requires a stable, well-characterized laser system, and an agile laser prediction model that can be optimized in real time to compensate for any drifts that may occur in laser system performance.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • May. 22, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
On the Cover
Coherent beam combining (CBC) technology is an important technical approach to break through the brightness limitation of a single laser beam, and has become a frontier and hotspot of laser technology research. According to the aperture filling method, CBC can be classified into two categories: filled aperture combining and tiled aperture combining. Tiled aperture CBC achieves wavefront matching among beamlets through phase control, thus efficiently increases the emission aperture, compresses the far-field divergence angle, and improves the brightness.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Feb. 11, 2020
  • Vol.7, Issue 4 (2020)
On the Cover
An international team of scientific experts has gathered to examine the current status of ultra-high-powered lasers around the world and look to the future to predict what the next generation of laser systems will offer. The culmination of their work is a major review paper Petawatt and Exawatt Class Lasers Worldwide, which looks at the historical context of this technology, its current and future use, and direction.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Feb. 11, 2020
  • Vol.7, Issue 3 (2020)
On the Cover
Due to the range of size, density, and resolution demands associated with industrial x-ray radiography, there is not a source that is “one-size fits all”. Compromises and optimisations must be made depending on the object of study. For example, the X-ray source required to image a small biological sample is significantly different in both spectral and spatial demands to that for an aircraft weld. Both examples, however, are readily achieved with laser driven systems. Altering the source characteristics to deliver what is needed requires continued study. This publication explores the X-ray emission from spatially constrained targets compared to standard foil targets. The research results are published in High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Volume 7, No. 2, 2019 (Armstrong, C. D. , et al. Bremsstrahlung emission from high power laser interactions with constrained targets for industrial radiography).The data within this publication was measured during an experimental campaign using the Vulcan laser in Target Area West. We worked in conjunction with industrial partners to characterise and optimise the X-ray emission from solid target interactions with high intensity lasers. Changing the target from a foil configuration to a wire configuration was expected to improve the spatial profile of the X-ray source since there is a confined volume from which X-rays can be generated. The flux of X-ray sources is also investigated, a comparison between 25-100 μm wires and 25-600 μm thick foil is shown.In thick targets, electrons are more likely to collide with the target material and emit bremsstrahlung prior to interacting with the sheath on the rear surface. When interacting with the sheath, electrons typically lose some energy and subsequently recirculate through the target. This recirculation causes an increase in the spatial extent of the source, as the electrons continue to travel laterally through the target. These recirculating electrons still have significant energy enough to readily generate X-rays as they continue to circulate the target.Switching to a wire target geometry removes the flux produced from the substrate, in the transverse direction, as there is no material from which to generate X-rays. Experimentally, we show that changing from a foil target to a wire target constricts the electron expansion as the electric field on the rear-surface of the target builds rapidly and covers a high proportion of the available surface area. The change in the sheath field results in a higher population of cooler recirculating electrons, which in turn results in an increase in the measured X-ray flux. Simulations using EPOCH in 2D show the sheath field developing faster on the wire target geometry, and by using the recirculating population outputted from EPOCH in a GEANT4 simulation, the increase in x-ray emission is demonstrated by applying electric fields to the target surfaces.This simple targetry change is readily applicable to X-ray generation with solid targets, demonstrating a significant improvement in both the spatial resolution and the overall flux of the source, without necessitating invasive or complex experimental set ups. Going forward this technique can be applied to improve the image quality without necessitating a higher energy laser driver, the simulations demonstrate a 3x improvement in the conversion efficiency from electrons to X-rays and the experimental data shows a 1.5-2x increase in the detected X-ray flux and a 2.6x increase in the spatial resolution for an industrial sample.Comparison of wire and foil targets, a) spatial profile of X-ray emission area, b) electron density (red) and field generation (blue), c) X-ray source location from GEANT4 simulations, d) Schematic of multiple X-ray source characterisation, e) ESF from sample object for each target type.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Aug. 15, 2019
  • Vol.7, Issue 2 (2019)
On the Cover
Intense THz radiation sources have attracted increasing research interest due to their applications in coherent and incoherent control of matter, light and electron beams. With terawatt and petawatt laser systems, THz radiation from intense laser-plasma interactions (ILPI) has been demonstrated as a novel intense THz source. The measurement of THz spectrum is very important to determine the generation mechanisms of the THz sources.However, the existing THz spectrum measurement techniques do not work for ILPI-based THz sources. This is because the repetition rate of ILPI-based THz sources is quite low at present, typically below 1 Hz, even in single shot. As a result, multi-shot scanning methods, such as electro-optic sampling and autocorrelation measurement with a Michelson interferometer, are almost impossible to characterize the ILPI sources. Moreover, the bandwidth of ILPI THz sources can reach tens of THz, which also limits the application of electro-optic sampling techniques since the effective bandwidth is only several THz for common electrooptical crystals such as ZnTe and GaP.New diagnosing methods or techniques, which can deliver single-shot and broad-band spectral measurements, should be developed. A research group from Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a multichannel calorimeter system which was used in a single-shot way to characterize the spectrum of THz radiation in high-power picosecond laser-solid interaction experiment. THz radiation from target front surface propagates backward relative to the incident laser, which is referred as backward THz radiation (BTR). A number of mechanisms are proposed to be responsible for the BTR generation, such as coherent transition radiation, linear mode conversion, and surface fast electron currents. In the experiment, the dependence of the BTR energy and spectrum on laser energy, target thickness and pre-plasma scale length is studied. By comparing the experimental results with theoretical mechanisms, it is concluded that coherent transition radiation is responsible for the low frequency component (< 1 THz) of BTR. The Linear Mode Conversion mechanism starts to work when a large-scale pre-plasma is formed in the target front surface, which enhances the high frequency components (> 3 THz). The research results are published in High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Volume 7, Issue 1, 2019 (H. Liu, et al,Study of backward terahertz radiation from intense picosecond laser&ndash;solid interactions using a multichannel calorimeter system).“The method of THz radiation spectrum measurement used in the article is not novel, but it provides a valid way to characterize the ILPL sources. And the spectrometer will play an important role in the studies and applications of ILPI THz sources based on large-scale laser facilities.” said Profess Yutong Li.The multichannel calorimeter system developed in this work provides a convenient single-shot method to study the generation mechanism of the broad-band THz radiation generated in large laser facility-based experiments. The instrument should be updated in the future to improve its spectral resolution.The schematic layout of the multichannel calorimeter system in the experiment
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • May. 23, 2019
  • Vol.7, Issue 1 (2019)
On the Cover
With the dawn of new high-power laser and accelerator facilities, modern physics was able to reach extreme states of matter normally found only in the universe or deep inside the core of our planet. One of those extreme regimes is referred to as warm dense matter (WDM), which in fact is a type of state reaching moderately high temperatures ranging from 0.1 to 100 eV, and solid densities, which mostly corresponds to strongly coupled plasmas with fully or partially degenerate electron species. This is also a primary reason why WDM is poorly understood by theory.Often, WDM exists at high pressures reaching above 1 M bar both in a laboratory as well as in astrophysical objects. WDM is common in astrophysical bodies such as brown dwarfs, crusts of old stars, white dwarf stars and high-pressure phenomena such as supernova explosions, collisions of celestial bodies and astrophysical jets. The study of structure, thermodynamic state, equation of state (EOS) and transport properties of WDM has become one of the key aspects of laboratory astrophysicsh as well as inertial confinement fusion (ICF), where the imploding capsule goes through the WDM regime on its way to ignition.A review article published in High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Volume 6, Issue 4, 2018(Katerina Falk, Experimental methods for warm dense matter research) introduced some of the key research topics including phase separation of species within planetary mantles and phase transitions in elements under extreme pressures inside planetary cores or during asteroid impacts with examples of the most exciting recent experimental results.The review article makes brief overview of major theoretical efforts to study the structure of WDM. A comprehensive introduction to the experimental methods in WDM research, including various types of generation of these states at different laboratory facilities as well as the diagnostic methods used, was provided. The primarily emphasized the novel methods to reach highly compressed states using high power lasers and free electron X-ray lasers that have generated a rapid development in this field over the past two decades, and also discussed for completeness.Especially, the development of short-pulse optical and X-ray laser pulses meant a true revolution for laboratory astrophysics. Many new diagnostic methods based on these light sources have recently been developed to study WDM in its full complexity. Ultrafast nonequilibrium dynamics has been accessed for the first time thanks to sub-picosecond laser pulses achieved at new facilities.Recent years saw a number of major discoveries with direct implications to astrophysics such as the formation of diamond at pressures relevant to interiors of frozen giant planets, metallic hydrogen under conditions such as those found inside Jupiter&rsquo;s dynamo or formation of lonsdaleite crystals under extreme pressures during asteroid impacts. This article is the first and yet still relatively brief and approachable review that tackles all of the experimental techniques developed for experimental study of WDM and should serve as a good introduction to the field for students or experienced researchers interested to broaden their scope.A snapshot of a DFT-MD simulation of isochoricaly heated warm dense beryllium at a temperature of 12 eV. Shown are the position of the nuclei (green spheres) and several isosurfaces of the electronic density ranging from core electrons to valence electrons.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 14, 2019
  • Vol.6, Issue 4 (2018)
On the Cover
Accretion processes are among the most important phenomena in high-energy astrophysics as they are widely believed to provide the power supply in several astrophysical objects (from stellar objects to massive black holes), and are the main source of radiation in a large number of interactive binary systems. The release of gravitational energy in the form of radiation energy is a complex physical process but fundamental in interpreting astronomical observations.Among the numerous accretion systems, from young stellar objects to active galactic nuclei, the research group from Ecole Polytechnique of Paris is particularly interested in those where an accretion column is believed to be formed (polars). They are close binary systems containing a white dwarf (WD) that accretes matter from a late type Roche-lobe filling secondary star. In these systems, the magnetic field is strong enough to prevent the formation of an accretion disk, so matter piles up to the compact object&rsquo;s magnetic poles, leading to the formation of an accretion column. These objects are potential embryos of thermonuclear supernovae, standard candles that allow us to measure the distance of distant galaxies, and their cosmological repercussions. Therefore, in studying polars the researchers can provide some answers to the cosmological challenges. The impact of the supersonic free-fall accreting matter on the WD photosphere leads to the formation of a radiative reverse shock and gives rise to strong emission from soft to hard x-rays. Astronomical observations showed unexplained luminosity oscillations, which could be related, for example, to unstable thermal oscillations of the shock front or magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) instabilities in the accretion column. As the reverse shock position in these systems is too close to the WD photosphere (~ 100-1000 km), the accretion region is unresolved by direct observations and structural parameters such as the shock height, temperature cannot be defined. The structure of this high-energy environment depends as well on multi-scale physics introducing issues for theoretical and numerical modeling. The members from research group have developed a new experimental platform that couples a strong external magnetic field (up to 15 T) with high-power lasers (&sim;kJ), enabling to collimate the flow without using a tube and to study the magnetized reverse-shock dynamics related to accretion processes with a particular emphasis on POLAR. Related results are published in High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Vol. 6, Issue 3, 2018 (B. Albertazzi, et al., Experimental platform for the investigation of magnetized-reverse-shock dynamics in the context of POLAR).“The only way to study these systems in detail is to reproduce a scaled astrophysical experiment” said Dr. Bruno Albertazzi. Preliminary results show that an instability seems to develop in the accretion column and the structure of the magnetized reverse shock seems complex but needs to be confirmed in future work.2D MHD radiative Flash simulation performed 75 ns after the beginning of the interaction.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 14, 2019
  • Vol.6, Issue 3 (2018)
On the Cover
As laser facilities have grown in size and power, understanding how electromagnetic pulses (EMPs) are generated has become an issue of great practical importance. High intensity lasers can induce strong fields (MV&bull;m-1) and massive currents (MA) in solid targets, producing EMP radiation that disrupts electrical measurements and damages electrical equipment. A number of different mechanisms have been proposed to explain the broad spectral profile of laser-driven EMP, ranging from direct current processes up to transition radiation at terahertz frequency. When high-power lasers interact with materials, they accelerate hot electrons that escape from and electrically polarize the target. If the target is grounded, a neutralization current is pulled out of the chamber through the target support. It is thought that this current is responsible for the emission of intense electromagnetic pulses at gigahertz frequency that are disruptive to electronics. Today, there is growing interest in the applications of directed EMPs and fast current generation, though with the advent of intense, high repetition-rate lasers like the Extreme Light Infrastructure, strategies to limit EMP emission remain of considerable importance.The research group had two objectives in the study: first to characterize the energy of the EMP emission (to understand how it varied with laser and target parameters) and second to see if it could be reduced. The research group of professor N. C. Woolsey used the Vulcan West laser system at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory for our experiment, reaching a maximum intensity of &sim;2&times;1019W&bull;cm-2 at best focus. The laser beam was directed onto copper targets mounted on a variety of support stalks. To measure the energy of the EMP, the researchers installed three passive probes behind glass windows on opposite sides of the interaction chamber. A Bdot and Ddot probe were positioned facing the front of the laser target and a further Bdot probe was directed towards the target rear. Probe signals at megahertz and gigahertz frequency were then integrated by first author P. Bradford to produce a measure of the total EMP energy. The results have been published in High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Vol 6, 2018 (P. Bradford et al., EMP control and characterization on high-power laser systems).The first phase of the experiment looked at how EMP energy scaled with different lasers and target parameters, in order to assess qualitative agreement with theoretical models. Varying the laser energy from 7-70 J, the researchers observed a linear relationship with EMP energy. They also looked at the variation of EMP energy with laser pulse duration, pre-pulse delay and defocus. These scans suggested that the higher the laser intensity, or the more energy coupled to the plasma, the greater the EMP emission. When the researchers examined the effect of target size on EMP, they found that smaller foils and wire targets produced drastically reduced EMP. Indeed, EMP energy was over an order of magnitude less for wire targets (&Oslash;=25-100&mu;m) than for 3 mm&times;8 mm rectangular foils.Since the EMP is generated by a current discharge mechanism (which can be pictured as a radio-frequency radio frequency control (RLC) circuit), a key experimental objective was to see if the EMP energy could be modified by changing the resistance, R, inductance, L, and capacitance, C, of the target mount. The research group fielded three different geometrical designs: a cylindrical stalk, a mount with sinusoidal surface undulations and a spiral stalk (see Figure 1). First, the research group replaced Al cylindrical stalks with plastic and found that there was a very significant drop in EMP energy (over one third reduced). The researchers attribute this to increased stalk impedance that limits the size of the neutralization current. Then they replaced the cylindrical plastic stalk with a plastic spiral and plastic sinusoidal design. For the spiral stalk the effect was clear: the researchers found that the plastic spiral stalk reduced the EMP energy by over an order of magnitude compared with Al cylinders. The researchers also saw a significant reduction for the stalk with sinusoidal undulations, though the effect was less pronounced.To verify whether the change in EMP was independent of the laser-target interaction, author Y. Zhang used an electron spectrometer to record the energy of emitted electrons emitted from the target rear surface. Her results showed that there was no significant reduction in electron emission for shots with the modified stalks.To see if reduced EMP energy from the modified stalks was due to classical RLC effects, author F. Consoli ran a series of 3D particle-in-cell and electromagnetic simulations in which a cone of energetic electrons was emitted from a central target and the EMP energy measured at different points inside a virtual chamber. The simulations suggest that there will be a greater reduction in EMP than observed when using insulating versus conducting stalks and that geometry is a less important factor than stalk conductivity. It is therefore possible that other physical mechanisms may be required to explain our observations. For instance, charged particles and ionizing radiation from the laser-plasma interaction could be deposited along the length of plastic stalks, reducing the effectiveness of the insulator. This could also explain why the modified stalks were so successful, because their unusual geometry serves to partially shield the stalk surface against incoming particles/radiation and thereby guard against electrical breakdown. A second set of simulations were run with a stalk of half-length which showed much higher EMP energy and therefore provides us with tentative support for this theory. However, since the simulations did not take stalk ionization into account, more experiments are required before any definitive pronouncements can be made.The experiment has demonstrated that a very significant reduction in EMP can be achieved by a simple modification of the target mount. In particular, a plastic spiral stalk has been shown to reduce the EMP energy by over an order of magnitude versus a metallic rod. The researchers are working on a complete explanation of why the stalks are effective using spectral analysis and by experimenting with other stalk designs. The researchers would also like to compare our laser and target parameter scans with leading theoretical models of EMP. Progress in this field depends on our ability to differentiate between the different mechanisms responsible for laser-driven EMP and, in understanding them, to tailor the emission according to our needs.Three designs for the laser target mounts.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 14, 2019
  • Vol.6, Issue 2 (2019)
On the Cover
“Rigorous cleanliness on the National Ignition Facility (NIF) is essential to assure that 99.5% optical efficiency is maintained on each of its 192 beam lines by minimizing obscuration and contamination-induced laser damage.” said James A. Pryatel and William H. Gourdin from Akima Infrastructure Services and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.In high power laser driving devices, it is essential to nullify the quality-reduction of the light beam caused by the deposition of contaminants on the optical elements and the laser damage caused by the contaminants to maintain optical efficiency of each of the multiple beam lines. The cleanliness of the cavity of the multisegment disk amplifier (MSA) has become one of the key factors that restrict the performance improvement of the MSA. Due to the presence of sealing materials, bonding materials, and metal parts in the MSA, large amounts of aerosols will be generated under the irradiation of high flux xenon lamps and high energy laser. Recent work has shown that xenon lamp radiation is the main reason for the damage of the components when the contaminant particles reach the surface of the optical element. Due to xenon lamp radiation, the elevated temperature of the surface contaminants is sufficient to melt or decompose most of the contaminant particles. This will generate local thermal gradients and thermal shocks on the surface of the optical element, causing hairline cracks on the surface of the optical element, which would expand further. Researchers have conducted extensive research on optical component cleaning procedures and steps, environmental requirements for the use of optical components, and the law of the settlement of contaminants.Since NIF is one of the pioneers in building high power laser drivers, research on the cleanliness in the internal optical components of integrated chip amplifiers abroad was conducted earlier. Based on the accurate cleanliness identification system (SWIPE)and analytical chemistry techniques used for analysis of non-volatile residues and molecular contaminants while studying the antireflective coating of optical elements in the National Ignition Facility, S.C. Sommer et al. from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found that the antireflective coating absorbs the airborne molecular contaminations (AMCs). Ghost images would be produced, and the performance of the antireflective coating would be further reduced after a step of loosening. At the same time, the small molecular weight is volatile, but the large molecular weight is volatile only near the vapor-pressure. As the pressure of the spatial filter is about 5-10 torr (1 torr&asymp;133.322 Pa), just near the large molecular weight vapor pressure, this is one of the sources of the AMCs. The measures to ensure the cleanliness in the installation process include mobile clean room, quick connection technology (no other contamination induced activities in the connection process), and positive pressure assembly. The human factors in the installation process have great influence. Based on the idea of modularization and reducing human factor contamination sources, John Horvath from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory proposed that the installation of MSA should be carried out in the environment with a cleanliness level of class 100 with the maintenance structure of the amplifier being installed at the bottom of the amplifier, and the amplifier should be installed and replaced online by a sealed transport car. Wang Congyu from SIOM proposed a special technology of the combined MSA for Shenguang II laser driver system. Cheng Xiaofeng et al. from Chinese Academy of Engineering studied the design of the fan filter unit at the top of the combined MSA of the Shenguang-III laser driver system, and introduced some technical measures to ensure the effectiveness of the contamination control such as cleaning method, clean detection, and clean protection in detail.Most of the studies above aim at the cleaning of the optical elements and cleaning control during installation. However, the cleanliness maintenance of the optical elements in operation is a dynamic process and effective flow field optimization is needed to remove the contaminants produced during the operation. There is no mature research report worldwide on the coupling of gas-solid two-phase flow between the contaminants and the clean gas, and the non-whirl flow of the internal amplifier in the MSA.Since the clean environment of the MSA internal cavity has a great influence on the optical elements inside, it must be blown with nitrogen or air flow so as to reduce the contamination concentration after pumped by the xenon lamp. Therefore, reasonable and effective flow field of the MSA cavity is particularly important. The particles of contamination and clean gases belong to the category of gas-solid two-phase flow. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), as a powerful tool for flow field analysis, can optimize the flow field with half effort. With the progress of industrial field, especially in the field of large-scale integrated circuits and biomedicine, the design of a clean room and the optimization of the flow field are important prerequisites for ensuring the quality of the products. Bing Wang from Tsinghua University provides a simplified mathematical method to evaluate the average air velocity and particle concentration by using a similar principle in the air pumping clean room for the wind bottom side. The flow distribution indoor is optimized by CFD technology. Se-Jin Yoo from Hanyang University uses Euler algorithm to simulate the settling velocity of particles. Li Yan from Tianjin University and Zhang Weigong from Harbin University of Civil Engineering and Architecture simulate the flow cleanroom and use air age to predict the flow field. The study on the maintenance of the cleanliness of the MSA revolves around the three factors, which are filter device, airflow rate, and flow pattern of gas flow. However, the research on vector flow of the cavity of the MSA remains to be established. The vector flow is not in just a single direction but can be in any direction. The dilution purification mechanism is not only different from the dilution-mixing effects with non-unidirectional cleaning technology, but also from the parallel streamline piston-effect with unidirectional flow. Although the streamlines of the vector flow are not parallel like the non-unidirectional flow cleanroom, they do not cross. The vector flow does not depend on the mixing effect, however, it relies on the oblique flow to discharge clean gas and contaminant particles.The paper published in High Power Laser Science and Engineering, Vol.6, e1, 2018 (Ren Zhiyuan et al., Optimizing the cleanliness in multi-segment disk amplifiers based on vector flow schemes) studied the numerical model of the vector flow scheme for the MSA. The experiment confirmed the validity of the numerical model. The optimized vector flow scheme of MSA can more efficiently achieve and maintain its required cleanliness level.In conclusion, with vector flow scheme, there is no obvious eddy flow in the cavity of the multisegment amplifier and on the surface of the optical elements. Therefore, vector flow can achieve a higher level of cleanliness for the amplifier more efficiently and quickly.Streamlines for the flow field of the multisegment disk amplifier. Figure (a) and (b) are flow field on the surface of optical elements, Figure (c) and (d) are flow field inside the multisegment disk amplifier. In either circumstance, there is no obvious turbulence in the flow field distribution, and the flow field of the clean gas is very smooth.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 14, 2019
  • Vol.6, Issue 1 (2018)
HPL Highlights
Photoionized plasma is an important existing form of plasmas in the universe. Celestial objects, such as AGN and X-ray binary, can emit strong radiation field and the high energy photos can ionize the surrounding gases. Thus, the low temperature gases can emit lines of highly ionized ions. The He-&alpha; lines are important method to diagnose the electron temperature and density of photoionized plasmas. As the development of the high energy density physics, the photoionized plasmas have been produced in the laboratories. In 2009, Fujioka et al. used the GEKKO-XII laser facility to produce photoionized silicon plasma. The experimental spectrum, the black solid line in Figure 1, is similar as that of Vela X-1, which is a typical X-ray binary. To simulate and illustrate the experimental spectrum is always a difficult problem, where the peak around 1855 eV (intercombination line) is always absent in the simulations.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Jun. 15, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 1 (2021)
HPL Highlights
Targets are physical base of laser inertial confinement fusion (ICF) research, whose quality has extremely important influences on the reliability and degree of precision for subsequent ICF experimental results. At present, the degradable mandrel technique with poly-α-methylstyrene (PAMS) degradation as the core has become one of the key technologies for fabricating ICF target. Its general process can be divided into three steps: first, hollow PAMS microspheres are prepared as mandrel, then plasma vapor deposition technology is used to prepare a coating (glow discharge polymer, GDP) with higher thermal stability on the surface, and finally PAMS are degraded leaving the hollow GDP target. Although many reports have been devoted to the related process, there are still two key problems in the actual preparation of GDP, that is, how to reduce the thermal degradation temperature of PAMS and how to avoid residues in PAMS degradation. Considering that the general nature of degradation corresponds to the breaking of chemical bonds, it is urgent to grasp the physical laws of the complex degradation process of PAMS at the atomic level and construct the reliable model of mandrel degradation.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • May. 14, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 1 (2021)
HPL Highlights
An optical frequency comb can be used as an optical ruler for the measurement of absolute optical frequencies. The precision of spectroscopy has been revolutionized using comb technology. To improve the comb spectroscopy sensitivity, using mid-infrared combs has become popular in recent years because of strong vibrational absorption in the mid-infrared region.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 10, 2021
  • Vol.8, Issue 4 (2020)
HPL Highlights
The interaction of relativistic laser pulses with nanostructured targets has stimulated considerable interest because of its practical applications in laser-driven particle acceleration, high-brightness ultra-fast hard X-ray, cancer treatment, fast ignition in inertial confinement fusion, etc. Some experimental and simulation results indicate that the interaction of the intense laser pulse with a nanostructured target can significantly increase the production of the high-quality fast electrons and improve the laser energy absorption. The structured targets include nanowire targets, nanostructured "velvet" targets, multihole targets, and nanotubes. Among them, the performance of the nanowire target is very prominent. The nanowire arrays can greatly improve the laser energy absorption and the generation of mega-ampere relativistic electron beams. Experiments and simulations have shown that very strong magnetic fields (about 100 MG) are produced within the nanowire arrays. It is worth noting that the self-generated magnetic field plays an important role in both the production and the transport of the fast electrons. Therefore, it is of great significance to study the generation mechanism of the self-generated magnetic field produced in the nanowire target when a ultra-intense laser pulse interacts with a nanowire target.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Jul. 17, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 2 (2020)
HPL Highlights
Diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers have made great progress in the past decades. One of the enduring obstacles that DPSS have faced is the restriction from high thermal gradients and aberration under intense pumping conditions. However, with the face cooling configuration of a thin, disk-shaped active medium, the diode-pumped architecture allows building high output power solid-state lasers with excellent spatial beam quality and high conversion efficiency. Since then, thin disk lasers with high power have attracted attention because of their various applications in the material processing industry. Research conducted on high-power thin disk lasers has primarily focused on the Yb:YAG, because it exhibits considerably lower thermal loading factor and broad bandwidth for short pulse output. However, Yb:YAG require a high-pump density to reach the threshold, and are intrinsically sensitive to temperature due to their quasi-three-level nature. The spectroscopic parameters of the Nd-doped materials are superior to those of the Yb-doped materials. Among the Nd doped materials, Nd:YVO4 offers several advantages: a large stimulated emission cross section at 1064 nm, linearly polarized emissions, broad absorption bandwidth, and high absorption cross section at 808 nm pump wavelength, which is particularly advantageous for reducing passes of the pump radiation to achieve efficient absorption. Improvement of absorption efficiency is typically achieved by multi-pass pumping scheme. However, this complicated and expensive multi-pass pumping architecture is not desirable for many applications. Therefore, studying a simple structure of Nd:YVO4 thin disk laser is of great significance for practical applications.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Jun. 15, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
HPL Highlights
KDP (KH2PO4) and its isomorphs, DKDP (KDxH2-xPO4) are the only available nonlinear crystals used as electro-optical switches and frequency converters for inertial confinement fusion (ICF) systems on account of their particular properties.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Apr. 10, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
HPL Highlights
Significant advances on ultra-intense and ultra-short laser technology have led numerous laboratories around the world to develop table-top PW-class laser systems as a means of investigating laser-matter interactions in relativistic regime. The repetition rate of PW-class femtosecond lasers is an important issue for their practical applications. And the development of repetitive PW-class lasers has attracted a great attention in recent years.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Apr. 10, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
HPL Highlights
The transport of high-current relativistic electron beams driven by ultraintense laser interactions with plasmas is relevant to many applications of high energy density physics, particularly in areas of the fast ignition scheme for inertial confinement fusion, laser-driven ion acceleration and production of ultrashort radiation sources. A target can be ionized by relativistic electrons both through field ionization and collisional ionization, inducing nonlinear and collective effects that can feed back to the transport of relativistic electrons. It is important to comprehensively investigate the transport process of relativistic electrons in such a target, especially in insulators that are without free electrons initially.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Apr. 10, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
HPL Highlights
Burst-mode picosecond green lasers with a high pulse energy and high average power have important applications in many fields. One of the most promising applications is space debris laser ranging. Due to the sharp increase in space debris (also known as space trash), monitoring and early warning of space debris have attracted considerable attention worldwide owing to a dramatic increase in space garbage, which poses a serious threat to spacecraft operation and human space activities. Moreover, space debris laser ranging technology not only enables real-time space debris orbit measurement with high precision (one or two orders of magnitude higher than that of other ground-based observation equipment), but also provides calibration for other monitoring methods. The use of lasers with a pulse duration of 100 ps can afford improved ranging precision owing to their narrow pulse duration; in addition, their pulses are longer than femtosecond pulses, enabling the detector to respond. Because the laser beam is diffusely reflected by space debris, however, a higher laser pulse energy is needed for the detector to capture the reflected photons. As the pulse energy increases, smaller and more distant space debris can be measured, and raising the repetition rate of the laser shortens the time interval between adjacent diffusely reflected pulses, improving the speed of target acquisition. A recent study showed that using a double-pulse picosecond laser for tracking space debris increases the ranging precision of laser space debris measurement from the decimeter level to the centimeter level. Besides, due to the sub-pulse interval in the burst is short, it is easy to increase the repetition frequency of sub-pulse in the burst to the GHz-level without seriously affecting the conditions of each pulse energy, and it also has obvious advantages in the fields of precision machining and scientific research.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Apr. 10, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
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The article entitled "Laser produced electromagnetic pulses: generation, detection and mitigation" was selected as the 2020 High Power Laser Science and Engineering Editor-in-Chief Choice Award paper.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • May. 17, 2021
  • Vol.8, Issue 2 (2021)
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The Conference Chairs are currently soliciting high-profile papers to organize a special issue for The 4th International Symposium on High Power Laser Science and Engineering (HPLSE 2021). We sincerely invite you to contribute a research article or a review. We hope that the special issue can be useful and meaningful resource to the community and that your paper will be an important part of the special issue. The papers will be fully peer reviewed and not a formal set of conference proceedings and therefore the scope for paper content is not limited to that presented at the conference.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Feb. 25, 2021
  • Vol., Issue (2021)
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Original manuscripts are sought to the special issue on X-ray Free Electron Lasers (XFELs) of High Power Laser Science and Engineering (HPL).
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Jan. 29, 2021
  • Vol.9, Issue 4 (2021)
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High Power Laser Science and Engineering is pleased to announce a special issue on Target Fabrication. The scope of this special issue is to highlight important new results and the latest developments related to target fabrication and reviews on topics related to their deployment on ultra-high-energy/power laser facilities.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Aug. 10, 2020
  • Vol.9, Issue 1 (2020)
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The article entitled “Technology development for ultraintense all-OPCPA systems” was selected as the 2019 High Power Laser Science and Engineering Editor-in-Chief Choice Award paper.
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 20, 2020
  • Vol.8, Issue 1 (2020)
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Bright X-rays and applicationsHigh power terahertz sources and applicationsLaser driven electron and ion acceleration Bright X-rays and applicationsBremsstrahlung emission from high power laser interactions with constrained targets for industrial radiographyC. D. Armstrong, C. M. Brenner, C. Jones, D. R. Rusby, Z. E. Davidson, Y. Zhang, J. Wragg, S. Richards, C. Spindloe, P. Oliveira, M. Notley, R. Clarke, S. R. Mirfayzi, S. Kar, Y. Li, T. Scott, P. McKenna, D. Neely.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e24 X-ray computed tomography of adhesive wicking into carbon foamSav Chima.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(4): 04000e28 High power terahertz sources and applicationsStudy of backward terahertz radiation from intense picosecond laser-solid interactions using a multichannel calorimeter systemH. Liu, G.-Q. Liao, Y.-H. Zhang, B.-J. Zhu, Z. Zhang, Y.-T. Li, G. G. Scott, D. Rusby, C. Armstrong, E. Zemaityte, P. Bradford, N. Woolsey, P. Huggard, P. McKenna, D. Neely.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e6 Laser driven electron and ion accelerationPolarized proton beams from laser-induced plasmasAnna H&uuml;tzen, Johannes Thomas, J&uuml;rgen B&ouml;ker, Ralf Engels, Ralf Gebel, Andreas Lehrach, Alexander Pukhov, T. Peter Rakitzis, Dimitris Sofikitis, Markus B&uuml;scher.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e16 Monoenergetic proton beam accelerated by single reflection mechanism only during hole-boring stageWenpeng Wang, Cheng Jiang, Shasha Li, Hao Dong, Baifei Shen, Yuxin Leng, Ruxin Li, Zhizhan Xu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e55Effect of rear surface fields on hot, refluxing and escaping electron populations via numerical simulationsD. R. Rusby, C. D. Armstrong, G. G. Scott, M. King, P. McKenna, D. Neely.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e45 All-optical acceleration in the laser wakefieldF. Zhang, Z. G. Deng, L. Q. Shan, Z. M. Zhang, B. Bi, D. X. Liu, W. W. Wang, Z. Q. Yuan, C. Tian, S. Q. Yang, B. Zhang, Y. Q. Gu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e63Femtosecond laser-induced damage threshold in snow micro-structured targetsO. Shavit, Y. Ferber, J. Papeer, E. Schleifer, M. Botton, A. Zigler, Z. Henis.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 010000e7Generation of high energy laser-driven electron and proton sources with the 200 TW system VEGA 2 at the Centro de Laseres PulsadosL. Volpe, R. Fedosejevs, G. Gatti, J. A. P&eacute;rez-Hern&aacute;ndez, C. M&eacute;ndez, J. Api&ntilde;aniz, X. Vaisseau, C. Salgado, M. Huault, S. Malko, G. Zeraouli, V. Ospina, A. Longman, D. De Luis, K. Li, O. Varela, E. Garc&iacute;a, I. Hern&aacute;ndez, J. D. Pisonero, J. Garc&iacute;a Ajates, J. M. Alvarez, C. Garc&iacute;a, M. Rico, D. Arana, J. Hern&aacute;ndez-Toro, L. Roso.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e25Single-shot electrons and protons time-resolved detection from high-intensity laser-solid matter interactions at SPARC_LABF. Bisesto, M. Galletti, M. P. Anania, M. Ferrario, R. Pompili, M. Botton, A. Zigler, F. Consoli, M. Salvadori, P. Andreoli, C. Verona.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e53 Maser radiation from collisionless shocks: application to astrophysical jetsD. C. Speirs, K. Ronald, A. D. R. Phelps, M. E. Koepke, R. A. Cairns, A. Rigby, F. Cruz, R. M. G. M. Trines, R. Bamford, B. J. Kellett, B. Albertazzi, J. E. Cross, F. Fraschetti, P. Graham, P. M. Kozlowski, Y. Kuramitsu, F. Miniati, T. Morita, M. Oliver, B. Reville, Y. Sakawa, S. Sarkar, C. Spindloe, M. Koenig, L. O. Silva, D. Q. Lamb, P. Tzeferacos, S. Lebedev, G. Gregori, R. Bingham.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e17Optical diagnostics for density measurement in high-quality laser-plasma electron acceleratorsFernando Brandi, Leonida Antonio Gizzi.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e26Role of magnetic field evolution on filamentary structure formation in intense laser-foil interactionsM. King, N. M. H. Butler, R. Wilson, R. Capdessus, R. J. Gray, H. W. Powell, R. J. Dance, H. Padda, B. Gonzalez-Izquierdo, D. R. Rusby, N. P. Dover, G. S. Hicks, O. C. Ettlinger, C. Scullion, D. C. Carroll, Z. Najmudin, M. Borghesi, D. Neely, P. McKenna.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e14Review on TNSA diagnostics and recent developments at SPARC_LABFabrizio Bisesto, Mario Galletti, Maria Pia Anania, Massimo Ferrario, Riccardo Pompili, Mordechai Botton, Elad Schleifer, Arie Zigler.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e56 Laser-induced microstructures on silicon for laser-driven acceleration experimentsTina Ebert, Nico W. Neumann, Torsten Abel, Gabriel Schaumann, Markus Roth.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 02000e13Proton probing of laser-driven EM pulses travelling in helical coilsH. Ahmed, S. Kar, A.L. Giesecke, D. Doria, G. Nersisyan, O. Willi, C.L.S. Lewis, M. Borghesi.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(1): 010000e4
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Apr. 01, 2020
  • Vol., Issue (2020)
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Laser plasma interactionsInertial confinement fusionLaboratory astrophysics Laser plasma interactionsAbsolute instability modes due to rescattering of stimulated Raman scattering in a large nonuniform plasmaYao Zhao, Zhengming Sheng, Suming Weng, Shengzhe Ji, Jianqiang Zhu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e20 Generation of high energy laser-driven electron and proton sources with the 200 TW system VEGA 2 at the Centro de Laseres PulsadosL. Volpe, R. Fedosejevs, G. Gatti, J. A. P&eacute;rez-Hern&aacute;ndez, C. M&eacute;ndez, J. Api&ntilde;aniz, X. Vaisseau, C. Salgado, M. Huault, S. Malko, G. Zeraouli, V. Ospina, A. Longman, D. De Luis, K. Li, O. Varela, E. Garc&iacute;a, I. Hern&aacute;ndez, J. D. Pisonero, J. Garc&iacute;a Ajates, J. M. Alvarez, C. Garc&iacute;a, M. Rico, D. Arana, J. Hern&aacute;ndez-Toro, L. Roso.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e25 Collective absorption of laser radiation in plasma atsub-relativistic intensitiesY. J. Gu, O. Klimo, Ph. Nicola&iuml;, S. Shekhanov, S. Weber, V. T. Tikhonchuk.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e39 Enhancement of the surface emission at the fundamental frequency and the transmitted high-order harmonics by pre-structured targetsK. Q. Pan, D. Yang, L. Guo, Z. C. Li, S. W. Li, C. Y. Zheng, S. E. Jiang, B. H. Zhang, X. T. He.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e36Maximizing magnetic field generation in high power laser-solid interactionsL. G. Huang, H. Takabe, T. E. Cowan.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e22Role of magnetic field evolution on filamentary structure formation in intense laser-foil interactionsM. King, N. M. H. Butler, R. Wilson, R. Capdessus, R. J. Gray, H. W. Powell, R. J. Dance, H. Padda, B. Gonzalez-Izquierdo, D. R. Rusby, N. P. Dover, G. S. Hicks, O. C. Ettlinger, C. Scullion, D. C. Carroll, Z. Najmudin, M. Borghesi, D. Neely, P. McKenna.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e14Burst behavior due to the quasimode excited by stimulated Brillouin scattering in high-intensity laser-plasma interactionsQ. S. Feng, L. H. Cao, Z. J. Liu, C. Y. Zheng, X. T. He.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e58 Dynamic stabilization of plasma instabilityS. Kawata, T. Karino, Y. J. Gu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e3Experimental methods for warm dense matter researchKaterina Falk.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e59Laboratory study of astrophysical collisionless shock at SG-II laser facilityDawei Yuan, Huigang Wei, Guiyun Liang, Feilu Wang, Yutong Li, Zhe Zhang, Baojun Zhu, Jiarui Zhao, Weiman Jiang, Bo Han, Xiaoxia Yuan, Jiayong Zhong, Xiaohui Yuan, Changbo Fu, Xiaopeng Zhang, Chen Wang, Guo Jia, Jun Xiong, Zhiheng Fang, Shaoen Jiang, Kai Du, Yongkun Ding, Neng Hua, Zhanfeng Qiao, Shenlei Zhou, Baoqiang Zhu, Jianqiang Zhu, Gang Zhao, Jie Zhang.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e45Particle-in-cell simulations of laser-plasma interactions at solid densities and relativistic intensities: the role of atomic processesD. Wu, X. T. He, W. Yu, S. Fritzsche.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e50Conceptual design of an experiment to study dust destruction by astrophysical shock wavesM. J.-E. Manuel, T. Temim, E. Dwek, A. M. Angulo, P. X. Belancourt, R. P. Drake, C. C. Kuranz, M. J. MacDonald, B. A. Remington.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e39 Generation of strong magnetic fields with a laser-driven coilZhe Zhang, Baojun Zhu, Yutong Li, Weiman Jiang, Dawei Yuan, Huigang Wei, Guiyun Liang, Feilu Wang, Gang Zhao, Jiayong Zhong, Bo Han, Neng Hua, Baoqiang Zhu, Jianqiang Zhu, Chen Wang, Zhiheng Fang, Jie Zhang.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e38Analysis of microscopic properties of radiative shock experiments performed at the Orion laser facilityR. Rodr&iacute;guez, G. Espinosa, J. M. Gil, F. Suzuki-Vidal, T. Clayson, C. Stehl&eacute;, P. Graham.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e36Laboratory radiative accretion shocks on GEKKO XII laser facility for POLAR projectL. Van Box Som, &Eacute;. Falize, M. Koenig, Y. Sakawa, B. Albertazzi, P. Barroso, J.-M. Bonnet-Bidaud, C. Busschaert, A. Ciardi, Y. Hara, N. Katsuki, R. Kumar, F. Lefevre, C. Michaut, Th. Michel, T. Miura, T. Morita, M. Mouchet, G. Rigon, T. Sano, S. Shiiba, H. Shimogawara, S. Tomiya.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e35Measurement and analysis of K-shell lines of silicon ions in laser plasmasBo Han, Feilu Wang, Jiayong Zhong, Guiyun Liang, Huigang Wei, Dawei Yuan, Baojun Zhu, Fang Li, Chang Liu, Yanfei Li, Jiarui Zhao, Zhe Zhang, Chen Wang, Jun Xiong, Guo Jia, Neng Hua, Jianqiang Zhu, Yutong Li, Gang Zhao, Jie Zhang.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e31Analytical modelling of the expansion of a solid obstacle interacting with a radiative shockTh. Michel, E. Falize, B. Albertazzi, G. Rigon, Y. Sakawa, T. Sano, H. Shimogawara, R. Kumar, T. Morita, C. Michaut, A. Casner, P. Barroso, P. Mabey, Y. Kuramitsu, S. Laffite, L. Van Box Som, G. Gregori, R. Kodama, N. Ozaki, P. Tzeferacos, D. Lamb, M. Koenig.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e30EMP control and characterization on high-power laser systemsP. Bradford, N. C. Woolsey, G. G. Scott, G. Liao, H. Liu, Y. Zhang, B. Zhu, C. Armstrong, S. Astbury, C. Brenner, P. Brummitt, F. Consoli, I. East, R. Gray, D. Haddock, P. Huggard, P. J. R. Jones, E. Montgomery, I. Musgrave, P. Oliveira, D. R. Rusby, C. Spindloe, B. Summers, E. Zemaityte, Z. Zhang, Y. Li, P. McKenna, D. Neely.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e21Time evolution of stimulated Raman scattering and two-plasmon decay at laser intensities relevant for shock ignition in a hot plasmaG. Cristoforetti, L. Antonelli, D. Mancelli, S. Atzeni, F. Baffigi, F. Barbato, D. Batani, G. Boutoux, F. D&rsquo;Amato, J. Dostal, R. Dudzak, E. Filippov, Y. J. Gu, L. Juha, O. Klimo, M. Krus, S. Malko, A. S. Martynenko, Ph. Nicolai, V. Ospina, S. Pikuz, O. Renner, J. Santos, V. T. Tikhonchuk, J. Trela, S. Viciani, L. Volpe, S. Weber, L. A. Gizzi.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e51A demonstration of extracting the strength and wavelength of the magnetic field generated by the Weibel instability from proton radiographyBao Du, Hong-Bo Cai, Wen-Shuai Zhang, Shi-Yang Zou, Jing Chen, Shao-Ping Zhu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e40Reflection of intense laser light from microstructured targets as a potential diagnostic of laser focus and plasma temperatureJ. Jarrett, M. King, R. J. Gray, N. Neumann, L. D&ouml;hl, C. D. Baird, T. Ebert, M. Hesse, A. Tebartz, D. R. Rusby, N. C. Woolsey, D. Neely, M. Roth, P. McKenna.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e2 Inertial confinement fusionTime evolution of stimulated Raman scattering and two-plasmon decay at laser intensities relevant for shock ignition in a hot plasmaG. Cristoforetti, L. Antonelli, D. Mancelli, S. Atzeni, F. Baffigi, F. Barbato, D. Batani, G. Boutoux, F. D&rsquo;Amato, J. Dostal, R. Dudzak, E. Filippov, Y. J. Gu, L. Juha, O. Klimo, M. Krus, S. Malko, A. S. Martynenko, Ph. Nicolai, V. Ospina, S. Pikuz, O. Renner, J. Santos, V. T. Tikhonchuk, J. Trela, S. Viciani, L. Volpe, S. Weber, L. A. Gizzi.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e51The path to electrical energy using laser fusionStephen E. Bodner.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e63Collective absorption of laser radiation in plasma atsub-relativistic intensitiesY. J. Gu, O. Klimo, Ph. Nicola&iuml;, S. Shekhanov, S. Weber, V. T. Tikhonchuk.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e39Dynamic stabilization of plasma instabilityS. Kawata, T. Karino, Y. J. Gu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e3An investigation progress toward Be-based ablator materials for the inertial confinement fusionBingchi Luo, Jiqiang Zhang, Yudan He, Long Chen, Jiangshan Luo, Kai Li, Weidong Wu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 02000e10 Laboratory astrophysicsMaser radiation from collisionless shocks: application to astrophysical jetsD. C. Speirs, K. Ronald, A. D. R. Phelps, M. E. Koepke, R. A. Cairns, A. Rigby, F. Cruz, R. M. G. M. Trines, R. Bamford, B. J. Kellett, B. Albertazzi, J. E. Cross, F. Fraschetti, P. Graham, P. M. Kozlowski, Y. Kuramitsu, F. Miniati, T. Morita, M. Oliver, B. Reville, Y. Sakawa, S. Sarkar, C. Spindloe, M. Koenig, L. O. Silva, D. Q. Lamb, P. Tzeferacos, S. Lebedev, G. Gregori, R. Bingham.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e17 Magnetic reconnection driven by intense lasersJiayong Zhong, Xiaoxia Yuan, Bo Han, Wei Sun, Yongli Ping.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e48Turbulent hydrodynamics experiments in high energy density plasmas: scientific case and preliminary results of the TurboHEDP projectA. Casner, G. Rigon, B. Albertazzi, Th. Michel, T. Pikuz, A. Faenov, P. Mabey, N. Ozaki, Y. Sakawa, T. Sano, J. Ballet, P. Tzeferacos, D. Lamb, E. Falize, G. Gregori, M. Koenig.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e44Physical parameter estimation with MCMC from observations of Vela X-1Lan Zhang, Feilu Wang, Xiangxiang Xue, Dawei Yuan, Huigang Wei, Gang Zhao.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e37A platform for high-repetition-rate laser experiments on the Large Plasma DeviceD. B. Schaeffer, L. R. Hofer, E. N. Knall, P. V. Heuer, C. G. Constantin, C. Niemann.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e17
High Power Laser Science and Engineering
  • Mar. 31, 2020
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Target FabricationLaser and plasma diagnosticsOthers Target FabricationHigh-repetition-rate (>= kHz) targets and optics from liquid microjets for high-intensity laser-plasma interactionsK. M. George, J. T. Morrison, S. Feister, G. K. Ngirmang, J. R. Smith, A. J. Klim, J. Snyder, D. Austin, W. Erbsen, K. D. Frische, J. Nees, C. Orban, E. A. Chowdhury, W. M. Roquemore. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e50Advanced fuel layering in line-moving, high-gain direct-drive cryogenic targetsI. V. Aleksandrova, E. R. Koresheva.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e38Assembly and metrology of NIF target subassemblies using robotic systemsK.-J. Boehm, N. Alexander, J. Anderson, L. Carlson, M. Farrell. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(4): 04000e25REACH compliant epoxides used in the synthesis of Fe(III)-based aerogel monoliths for target fabricationAlberto Valls Arrufat, Magdalena Budziszewska, Clement Lopez, Aymeric Nguyen, Jakub Sitek, Paul Jones, Chris Shaw, Ian Hayes, Gareth Cairns, Glenn Leighton. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(4): 04000e24Design and fabrication of gas cell targets for laboratory astrophysics experiments on the Orion high-power laser facilityC. Spindloe, D. Wyatt, S. Astbury, G. F. Swadling, T. Clayson, C. Stehl&eacute;, J. M. Foster, E. Gumbrell, R. Charles, C. N. Danson, P. Brummitt, F. Suzuki-Vidal. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(3): 03000e22Surface characterization of ICF capsule by AFM-based profilometerJie Meng, Xuesen Zhao, Xing Tang, Yihao Xia, Xiaojun Ma, Dangzhong Gao.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(3): 03000e21Importance of limiting hohlraum leaks at cryogenic temperatures on NIF targetsSuhas Bhandarkar, Nick Teslich, Ben Haid, Evan Mapoles. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(3): 03000e19Targets for high repetition rate laser facilities: needs, challenges and perspectivesI. Prencipe, J. Fuchs, S. Pascarelli, D. W. Schumacher, R. B. Stephens, N. B. Alexander, R. Briggs, M. B&uuml;scher, M. O. Cernaianu, A. Choukourov, M. De Marco, A. Erbe, J. Fassbender, G. Fiquet, P. Fitzsimmons, C. Gheorghiu, J. Hund, L. G. Huang, M. Harmand, N. J. Hartley, A. Irman, T. Kluge, Z. Konopkova, S. Kraft, D. Kraus, V. Leca, D. Margarone, J. Metzkes, K. Nagai, W. Nazarov, P. Lutoslawski, D. Papp, M. Passoni, A. Pelka, J. P. Perin, J. Schulz, M. Smid, C. Spindloe, S. Steinke, R. Torchio, C. Vass, T. Wiste, R. Zaffino, K. Zeil, T. Tschentscher, U. Schramm, T. E. Cowan. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(3): 03000e17Developing targets for radiation transport experiments at the Omega laser facilityD. Capelli, C.A. Charsley-Groffman, R.B. Randolph, D.W. Schmidt, T. Cardenas, F. Fierro, G. Rivera, C. Hamilton, J.D. Hager, H. M. Johns, N. E. Lanier, J.L. Kline. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(3): 03000e15Exploring novel target structures for manipulating relativistic laser-plasma interactionLiangliang Ji, Sheng Jiang, Alexander Pukhov, Richard Freeman, Kramer Akli. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 02000e14An automated, 0.5Hz nano-foil target positioning system for intense laser plasma experimentsYing Gao, Jianhui Bin, Daniel Haffa, Christian Kreuzer, Jens Hartmann, Martin Speicher, Florian H. Lindner, Tobias M. Ostermayr, Peter Hilz, Thomas F. R&ouml;sch, Sebastian Lehrack, Franz Englbrecht, Sebastian Seuferling, Max Gilljohann, Hao Ding, Wenjun Ma, Katia Parodi, J&ouml;rg Schreiber. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 02000e12Review on high repetition rate and mass production of the cryogenic targets for laser IFEI.V. Aleksandrova, E.R. Koresheva. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 02000e11A new spatial angle assembly method of the ICF targetWenrong Wu, Lie Bi, Kai Du, Juan Zhang, Honggang Yang, Honglian Wang.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 020000e9Efficient offline production of freestanding thin plastic foils for laser-driven ion sourcesSebastian Seuferling, Matthias Alexander Otto Haug, Peter Hilz, Daniel Haffa, Christian Kreuzer, J&ouml;rg Schreiber. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 020000e8 Permeation fill-tube design for inertial confinement fusion target capsulesB.S. Rice, J. Ulreich, C. Fella, J. Crippen, P. Fitzsimmons, A. Nikroo. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(1): 010000e6Development of target fabrication for laser-driven inertial confinement fusion at research center of laser fusionTao Wang, Kai Du , Zhibing He, Xiaoshan He.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(1): 010000e5 Laser and plasma diagnosticsAbsolute instability modes due to rescattering of stimulated Raman scattering in a large nonuniform plasmaYao Zhao, Zhengming Sheng, Suming Weng, Shengzhe Ji, Jianqiang Zhu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e20Generation of high energy laser-driven electron and proton sources with the 200 TW system VEGA 2 at the Centro de Laseres PulsadosL. Volpe, R. Fedosejevs, G. Gatti, J. A. P&eacute;rez-Hern&aacute;ndez, C. M&eacute;ndez, J. Api&ntilde;aniz, X. Vaisseau, C. Salgado, M. Huault, S. Malko, G. Zeraouli, V. Ospina, A. Longman, D. De Luis, K. Li, O. Varela, E. Garc&iacute;a, I. Hern&aacute;ndez, J. D. Pisonero, J. Garc&iacute;a Ajates, J. M. Alvarez, C. Garc&iacute;a, M. Rico, D. Arana, J. Hern&aacute;ndez-Toro, L. Roso. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e2Collective absorption of laser radiation in plasma atsub-relativistic intensitiesY. J. Gu, O. Klimo, Ph. Nicola&iuml;, S. Shekhanov, S. Weber, V. T. Tikhonchuk.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e39Enhancement of the surface emission at the fundamental frequency and the transmitted high-order harmonics by pre-structured targetsK. Q. Pan, D. Yang, L. Guo, Z. C. Li, S. W. Li, C. Y. Zheng, S. E. Jiang, B. H. Zhang, X. T. He. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e36Maximizing magnetic field generation in high power laser-solid interactionsL. G. Huang, H. Takabe, T. E. Cowan. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e22Role of magnetic field evolution on filamentary structure formation in intense laser-foil interactionsM. King, N. M. H. Butler, R. Wilson, R. Capdessus, R. J. Gray, H. W. Powell, R. J. Dance, H. Padda, B. Gonzalez-Izquierdo, D. R. Rusby, N. P. Dover, G. S. Hicks, O. C. Ettlinger, C. Scullion, D. C. Carroll, Z. Najmudin, M. Borghesi, D. Neely, P. McKenna. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e14Burst behavior due to the quasimode excited by stimulated Brillouin scattering in high-intensity laser-plasma interactionsQ. S. Feng, L. H. Cao, Z. J. Liu, C. Y. Zheng, X. T. He. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e58Dynamic stabilization of plasma instabilityS. Kawata, T. Karino, Y. J. Gu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e3Experimental methods for warm dense matter researchKaterina Falk.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e59Laboratory study of astrophysical collisionless shock at SG-II laser facilityDawei Yuan, Huigang Wei, Guiyun Liang, Feilu Wang, Yutong Li, Zhe Zhang, Baojun Zhu, Jiarui Zhao, Weiman Jiang, Bo Han, Xiaoxia Yuan, Jiayong Zhong, Xiaohui Yuan, Changbo Fu, Xiaopeng Zhang, Chen Wang, Guo Jia, Jun Xiong, Zhiheng Fang, Shaoen Jiang, Kai Du, Yongkun Ding, Neng Hua, Zhanfeng Qiao, Shenlei Zhou, Baoqiang Zhu, Jianqiang Zhu, Gang Zhao, Jie Zhang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e45Particle-in-cell simulations of laser-plasma interactions at solid densities and relativistic intensities: the role of atomic processesD. Wu, X. T. He, W. Yu, S. Fritzsche.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e50Conceptual design of an experiment to study dust destruction by astrophysical shock wavesM. J.-E. Manuel, T. Temim, E. Dwek, A. M. Angulo, P. X. Belancourt, R. P. Drake, C. C. Kuranz, M. J. MacDonald, B. A. Remington. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e39Generation of strong magnetic fields with a laser-driven coilZhe Zhang, Baojun Zhu, Yutong Li, Weiman Jiang, Dawei Yuan, Huigang Wei, Guiyun Liang, Feilu Wang, Gang Zhao, Jiayong Zhong, Bo Han, Neng Hua, Baoqiang Zhu, Jianqiang Zhu, Chen Wang, Zhiheng Fang, Jie Zhang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e38Analysis of microscopic properties of radiative shock experiments performed at the Orion laser facilityR. Rodr&iacute;guez, G. Espinosa, J. M. Gil, F. Suzuki-Vidal, T. Clayson, C. Stehl&eacute;, P. Graham. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e36Laboratory radiative accretion shocks on GEKKO XII laser facility for POLAR projectL. Van Box Som, &Eacute;. Falize, M. Koenig, Y. Sakawa, B. Albertazzi, P. Barroso, J.-M. Bonnet-Bidaud, C. Busschaert, A. Ciardi, Y. Hara, N. Katsuki, R. Kumar, F. Lefevre, C. Michaut, Th. Michel, T. Miura, T. Morita, M. Mouchet, G. Rigon, T. Sano, S. Shiiba, H. Shimogawara, S. Tomiya. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e35Measurement and analysis of K-shell lines of silicon ions in laser plasmasBo Han, Feilu Wang, Jiayong Zhong, Guiyun Liang, Huigang Wei, Dawei Yuan, Baojun Zhu, Fang Li, Chang Liu, Yanfei Li, Jiarui Zhao, Zhe Zhang, Chen Wang, Jun Xiong, Guo Jia, Neng Hua, Jianqiang Zhu, Yutong Li, Gang Zhao, Jie Zhang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e31Analytical modelling of the expansion of a solid obstacle interacting with a radiative shockTh. Michel, E. Falize, B. Albertazzi, G. Rigon, Y. Sakawa, T. Sano, H. Shimogawara, R. Kumar, T. Morita, C. Michaut, A. Casner, P. Barroso, P. Mabey, Y. Kuramitsu, S. Laffite, L. Van Box Som, G. Gregori, R. Kodama, N. Ozaki, P. Tzeferacos, D. Lamb, M. Koenig. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e30EMP control and characterization on high-power laser systemsP. Bradford, N. C. Woolsey, G. G. Scott, G. Liao, H. Liu, Y. Zhang, B. Zhu, C. Armstrong, S. Astbury, C. Brenner, P. Brummitt, F. Consoli, I. East, R. Gray, D. Haddock, P. Huggard, P. J. R. Jones, E. Montgomery, I. Musgrave, P. Oliveira, D. R. Rusby, C. Spindloe, B. Summers, E. Zemaityte, Z. Zhang, Y. Li, P. McKenna, D. Neely. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e21Time evolution of stimulated Raman scattering and two-plasmon decay at laser intensities relevant for shock ignition in a hot plasmaG. Cristoforetti, L. Antonelli, D. Mancelli, S. Atzeni, F. Baffigi, F. Barbato, D. Batani, G. Boutoux, F. D&rsquo;Amato, J. Dostal, R. Dudzak, E. Filippov, Y. J. Gu, L. Juha, O. Klimo, M. Krus, S. Malko, A. S. Martynenko, Ph. Nicolai, V. Ospina, S. Pikuz, O. Renner, J. Santos, V. T. Tikhonchuk, J. Trela, S. Viciani, L. Volpe, S. Weber, L. A. Gizzi. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e51A demonstration of extracting the strength and wavelength of the magnetic field generated by the Weibel instability from proton radiographyBao Du, Hong-Bo Cai, Wen-Shuai Zhang, Shi-Yang Zou, Jing Chen, Shao-Ping Zhu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e40Reflection of intense laser light from microstructured targets as a potential diagnostic of laser focus and plasma temperatureJ. Jarrett, M. King, R. J. Gray, N. Neumann, L. D&ouml;hl, C. D. Baird, T. Ebert, M. Hesse, A. Tebartz, D. R. Rusby, N. C. Woolsey, D. Neely, M. Roth, P. McKenna. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e2 OthersAccurate reconstruction of electric field of ultrashort laser pulse with complete two-step phase-shiftingYi Cai, Zhenkuan Chen, Shuiqin Zheng, Qinggang Lin, Xuanke Zeng, Ying Li, Jingzhen Li, Shixiang Xu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e13Calibration and verification of streaked optical pyrometer system used for laser-induced shock experimentsZhiyu He, Guo Jia, Fan Zhang, Xiuguang Huang, Zhiheng Fang, Jiaqing Dong, Hua Shu, Junjian Ye, Zhiyong Xie, Yuchun Tu, Qili Zhang, Erfu Guo, Wenbing Pei, Sizu Fu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e49Performance of an elliptical crystal spectrometer for SGII X-ray opacity experimentsRuirong Wang, Honghai An, Zhiyong Xie, Wei Wang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 010000e3Optimizing the cleanliness in multi-segment disk amplifiers based on vector flow schemesZhiyuan Ren, Jianqiang Zhu, Zhigang Liu, Xiaowei Yang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 010000e1
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Laser facility and engineeringFree electron lasersDiode pumped solid state lasersFiber and fiber lasers Laser facility and engineeringTechnology development for ultraintense all-OPCPA systemsJ. Bromage, S.-W. Bahk, I. A. Begishev, C. Dorrer, M. J. Guardalben, B. N. Hoffman, J. B. Oliver, R. G. Roides, E. M. Schiesser, M. J. Shoup, M. Spilatro, B. Webb, D. Weiner, J. D. Zuegel. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e4 Petawatt and exawatt class lasers worldwideColin N. Danson, Constantin Haefner, Jake Bromage, Thomas Butcher, Jean-Christophe F. Chanteloup, Enam A. Chowdhury, Almantas Galvanauskas, Leonida A. Gizzi, Joachim Hein, David I. Hillier, Nicholas W. Hopps, Yoshiaki Kato, Efim A. Khazanov, Ryosuke Kodama, Georg Korn, Ruxin Li, Yutong Li, Jens Limpert, Jingui Ma, Chang Hee Nam, David Neely, Dimitrios Papadopoulos, Rory R. Penman, Liejia Qian, Jorge J. Rocca, Andrey A. Shaykin, Craig W. Siders, Christopher Spindloe, S&aacute;ndor Szatm&aacute;ri, Raoul M. G. M. Trines, Jianqiang Zhu, Ping Zhu, Jonathan D. Zuegel. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e54 ARCTURUS laser: a versatile high-contrast, high-power multi-beam laser systemM. Cerchez, R. Prasad, B. Aurand, A. L. Giesecke, S. Spickermann, S. Brauckmann, E. Aktan, M. Swantusch, M. Toncian, T. Toncian, O. Willi. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e37 Performance demonstration of the PENELOPE main amplifier HEPA I using broadband nanosecond pulsesD. Albach, M. Loeser, M. Siebold, U. Schramm.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e1 Implementation of a phase plate for the generation of homogeneous focal-spot intensity distributions at the high-energy short-pulse laser V. Bagnoud, J. Hornung, M. Afshari, U. Eisenbarth, C. Brabetz, Z. Major, B. Zielbauer. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e62 Design and experimental demonstration of a high conversion efficiency OPCPA pre-amplifier for petawatt laser facilityXiao Liang, Xinglong Xie, Jun Kang, Qingwei Yang, Hui Wei, Meizhi Sun, Jianqiang Zhu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e58 Status and development of high-power laser facilities at the NLHPLPJianqiang Zhu, Jian Zhu, Xuechun Li, Baoqiang Zhu, Weixin Ma, Xingqiang Lu, Wei Fan, Zhigang Liu, Shenlei Zhou, Guang Xu, Guowen Zhang, Xinglong Xie, Lin Yang, Jiangfeng Wang, Xiaoping Ouyang, Li Wang, Dawei Li, Pengqian Yang, Quantang Fan, Mingying Sun, Chong Liu, Dean Liu, Yanli Zhang, Hua Tao, Meizhi Sun, Ping Zhu, Bingyan Wang, Zhaoyang Jiao, Lei Ren, Daizhong Liu, Xiang Jiao, Hongbiao Huang, Zunqi Lin. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e55 400TW operation of Orion at ultra-high contrastStefan Parker, Colin Danson, David Egan, Stephen Elsmere, Mark Girling, Ewan Harvey, David Hillier, Dianne Hussey, Stephen Masoero, James McLoughlin, Rory Penman, Paul Treadwell, David Winter, Nicholas Hopps.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e47 Experimental platform for the investigation of magnetized-reverse-shock dynamics in the context of POLARB. Albertazzi, E. Falize, A. Pelka, F. Brack, F. Kroll, R. Yurchak, E. Brambrink, P. Mabey, N. Ozaki, S. Pikuz, L. Van Box Som, J. M. Bonnet-Bidaud, J. E. Cross, E. Filippov, G. Gregori, R. Kodama, M. Mouchet, T. Morita, Y. Sakawa, R. P. Drake, C. C. Kuranz, M. J.-E. Manuel, C. Li, P. Tzeferacos, D. Lamb, U. Schramm, M. Koenig. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e43 Progress of the injection laser system of SG-IIWei Fan, Youen Jiang, Jiangfeng Wang, Xiaochao Wang, Dajie Huang, Xinghua Lu, Hui Wei, Guoyang Li, Xue Pan, Zhi Qiao, Chao Wang, He Cheng, Peng Zhang, Wenfa Huang, Zhuli Xiao, Shengjia Zhang, Xuechun Li, Jianqiang Zhu, Zunqi Lin. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e34 Analysis and construction status of SG-II 5PW laser facilityJianqiang Zhu, Xinglong Xie, Meizhi Sun, Jun Kang, Qingwei Yang, Ailin Guo, Haidong Zhu, Ping Zhu, Qi Gao, Xiao Liang, Ziruo Cui, Shunhua Yang, Cheng Zhang, Zunqi Lin.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e29 Design and performance of final optics assembly in SG-II Upgrade laser facilityZhaoyang Jiao, Ping Shao, Dongfeng Zhao, Rong Wu, Lailin Ji, Li Wang, Lan Xia, Dong Liu, Yang Zhou, Lingjie Ju, Zhijian Cai, Qiang Ye, Zhanfeng Qiao, Neng Hua, Qiang Li, Wei Pan, Lei Ren, Mingying Sun, Jianqiang Zhu, Zunqi Lin. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e14 Target alignment in the Shen-Guang II Upgrade laser facilityLei Ren, Ping Shao, Dongfeng Zhao, Yang Zhou, Zhijian Cai, Neng Hua, Zhaoyang Jiao, Lan Xia, Zhanfeng Qiao, Rong Wu, Lailin Ji, Dong Liu, Lingjie Ju, Wei Pan, Qiang Li, Qiang Ye, Mingying Sun, Jianqiang Zhu, Zunqi Lin. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 01000e10 Ultrashort pulse capability at the L2I high intensity laser facilityGon&ccedil;alo Figueira, Joana Alves, Jo&atilde;o M. Dias, Marta Fajardo, Nuno Gomes, Victor Hariton, Tayyab Imran, Celso P. Jo&atilde;o, Jayanath Koliyadu, Swen K&uuml;nzel, Nelson C. Lopes, Hugo Pires, Filipe Ru&atilde;o, Gareth Williams. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(1): 010000e2 Free electron lasersDispersion effects on performance of free-electron laser based on laser wakefield acceleratorKe Feng, Changhai Yu, Jiansheng Liu, Wentao Wang, Zhijun Zhang, Rong Qi, Ming Fang, Jiaqi Liu, Zhiyong Qin, Ying Wu, Yu Chen, Lintong Ke, Cheng Wang, Ruxin Li. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e64 Laser system design for table-top X-ray light sourceAnne-Laure Calendron, Joachim Meier, Michael Hemmer, Luis E. Zapata, Fabian Reichert, Huseyin Cankaya, Damian N. Schimpf, Yi Hua, Guoqing Chang, Aram Kalaydzhyan, Arya Fallahi, Nicholas H. Matlis, Franz X. K&auml;rtner. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 01000e12 Maximizing magnetic field generation in high power laser-solid interactionsL. G. Huang, H. Takabe, T. E. Cowan. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e22 Fluid sample injectors for x-ray free electron laser at SACLAKensuke Tono.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(2): 020000e7 Diode pumped solid state lasersHigh-power, Joule-class, temporally shaped multi-pass ring laser amplifier with two Nd:glass laser headsJiangtao Guo, Jiangfeng Wang, Hui Wei, Wenfa Huang, Tingrui Huang, Gang Xia, Wei Fan, Zunqi Lin. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e8 Modeling of the 3D spatio-temporal thermal profile of joule-class -based laser amplifiersIssa Tamer, Sebastian Keppler, J&ouml;rg K&ouml;rner, Marco Hornung, Marco Hellwing, Frank Schorcht, Joachim Hein, Malte C. Kaluza. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e42 High-repetition-rate and high-power picosecond regenerative amplifier based on a single bulk Nd:GdVO4 crystalJie Guo, Wei Wang, Hua Lin, Xiaoyan Liang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e35 High-repetition-rate, high-peak-power 1450 nm laser source based on optical parametric chirped pulse amplificationPengfei Wang, Beijie Shao, Hongpeng Su, Xinlin Lv, Yanyan Li, Yujie Peng, Yuxin Leng. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e32 Development of a 100 J, 10 Hz laser for compression experiments at the High Energy Density instrument at the European XFELPaul Mason, Saumyabrata Banerjee, Jodie Smith, Thomas Butcher, Jonathan Phillips, Hauke H&ouml;ppner, Dominik M&ouml;ller, Klaus Ertel, Mariastefania De Vido, Ian Hollingham, Andrew Norton, Stephanie Tomlinson, Tinesimba Zata, Jorge Suarez Merchan, Chris Hooker, Mike Tyldesley, Toma Toncian, Cristina Hernandez-Gomez, Chris Edwards, John Collier. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e65 LD-pumped gas-cooled multislab Nd:glass laser amplification to joule levelWenfa Huang, Jiangfeng Wang, Xinghua Lu, Tingrui Huang, Jiangtao Guo, Wei Fan, Xuechun Li.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e15 Scaling diode-pumped, high energy picosecond lasers to kilowatt average powersBrendan A. Reagan, Cory Baumgarten, Elzbieta Jankowska, Han Chi, Herman Bravo, Kristian Dehne, Michael Pedicone, Liang Yin, Hanchen Wang, Carmen S. Menoni, Jorge J. Rocca. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 01000e11 Pulsed LD side-pumped MgO: LN electro-optic cavity-dumped 1123nm Nd: YAG laser with short pulse width and high peak powerYang Bai, Bing Bai, Diao Li, Yanxiao Sun, Jianlin Li, Lei Hou, Mingxuan Hu, Jintao Bai. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 010000e4 Performance demonstration of the PENELOPE main amplifier HEPA I using broadband nanosecond pulsesD. Albach, M. Loeser, M. Siebold, U. Schramm. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e1 High-extraction-efficiency, nanosecond bidirectional ring amplifier with twin pulsesTiancheng Yu, Jiangtao Guo, Gang Xia, Xiang Zhang, Fan Gao, Jiangfeng Wang, Wei Fan, Xiao Yuan. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e30 Fiber and fiber lasersAll-fiber high-power linearly polarized supercontinuum generation from polarization-maintaining photonic crystal fibersYue Tao, Sheng-Ping Chen. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e28High-brightness all-fiber Raman lasers directly pumped by multimode laser diodesS. A. Babin. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e15Dual-wavelength bidirectional pumped high-power Raman fiber laserZehui Wang, Qirong Xiao, Yusheng Huang, Jiading Tian, Dan Li, Ping Yan, Mali Gong. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e5Passive optimization of pump noise transfer function by narrow band-pass filtering in femtosecond fiber lasersPeng Qin, Sijia Wang, Minglie Hu, Youjian Song.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e52Environmentally stable Er-fiber mode-locked pulse generation and amplification by spectrally filtered and phase-biased nonlinear amplifying long-loop mirrorZhengru Guo, Qiang Hao, Junsong Peng, Heping Zeng. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e47Selective generation of individual Raman Stokes lines using dissipative soliton resonance pulsesHe Xu, Sheng-Ping Chen, Zong-Fu Jiang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e43Fabrication of kW-level chirped and tilted fiber Bragg gratings and filtering of stimulated Raman scattering in high-power CW oscillatorsKerong Jiao, Jian Shu, Hua Shen, Zhiwen Guan, Feiyan Yang, Rihong Zhu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e31 High-peak-power temporally shaped nanosecond fiber laser immune to SPM-induced spectral broadeningRongtao Su, Pengfei Ma, Pu Zhou, Zilun Chen, Xiaolin Wang, Yanxing Ma, Jian Wu, Xiaojun Xu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e27Mitigation of stimulated Raman scattering in kilowatt-level diode-pumped fiber amplifiers with chirped and tilted fiber Bragg gratingsMeng Wang, Le Liu, Zefeng Wang, Xiaoming Xi, Xiaojun Xu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 01000e18Deep-learning-based phase control method for tiled aperture coherent beam combining systemsTianyue Hou, Yi An, Qi Chang, Pengfei Ma, Jun Li, Dong Zhi, Liangjin Huang, Rongtao Su, Jian Wu, Yanxing Ma, Pu Zhou.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e59 Generation of 100 nJ pulse, 1 W average power at from an intermode beating mode-locked all-fiber laserJiaji Zhang, Duanduan Wu, Ruwei Zhao, Rongping Wang, Shixun Dai. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e65Loss mechanism of all-fiber cascaded side pumping combinerChengmin Lei, Zilun Chen, Yanran Gu, Hu Xiao, Jing Hou. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e56High power all-fiberized and narrow-bandwidth MOPA system by tandem pumping strategy for thermally induced mode instability suppressionPengfei Ma, Hu Xiao, Daren Meng, Wei Liu, Rumao Tao, Jinyong Leng, Yanxing Ma, Rongtao Su, Pu Zhou, Zejin Liu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e57Toward high-power nonlinear fiber amplifierHanwei Zhang, Pu Zhou, Hu Xiao, Jinyong Leng, Rumao Tao, Xiaolin Wang, Jiangming Xu, Xiaojun Xu, Zejin Liu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e51In-band pumping avenue based high power superfluorescent fiber source with record power andnear-diffraction-limited beam qualityJiangming Xu, Jun Ye, Hu Xiao, Jinyong Leng, Wei Liu, Pu Zhou. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e46Monolithic high-average-power linearly polarized nanosecond pulsed fiber laser with near-diffraction-limited beam qualityLong Huang, Pengfei Ma, Daren Meng, Lei Li, Rumao Tao, Rongtao Su, Yanxing Ma, Pu Zhou. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e42Development and prospect of high-power Yb3+ doped fibersYibo Wang, Gui Chen, Jinyan Li.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e40 10 watt-level tunable narrow linewidth all-fiber amplifierNi Tang, Zhiyue Zhou, Zhixian Li, Zefeng Wang.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e33Nonlinearity optimization of dissipative-soliton fiber laser for generation of pulses with 350 kW peak powerHan Chi, Bowen Liu, Youjian Song, Minglie Hu, Lu Chai, Weidong Shen, Xu Liu, Chingyue Wang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e27Investigation on extreme frequency shift in silica fiber-based high-power Raman fiber laserJiaxin Song, Hanshuo Wu, Jun Ye, Hanwei Zhang, Jiangming Xu, Pu Zhou, Zejin Liu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e28 Numerical modeling of the thermally induced core laser leakage in high power co-pumped ytterbium doped fiber amplifierLingchao Kong, Jinyong Leng, Pu Zhou, Zongfu Jiang.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e25Power scaling on tellurite glass Raman fibre lasers for mid-infrared applicationsTianfu Yao, Liangjin Huang, Pu Zhou, Bing Lei, Jinyong Leng, Jinbao Chen. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e24High pulse energy fiber/solid-slab hybrid picosecond pulse system for material processing on polycrystalline diamondsWei Chen, Bowen Liu, Youjian Song, Lu Chai, Qianjin Cui, Qingjing Liu, Chingyue Wang, Minglie Hu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e18kW-class high power fiber laser enabled by active long tapered fiberChen Shi, Hanwei Zhang, Xiaolin Wang, Pu Zhou, Xiaojun Xu. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(2): 02000e16Sub-40-fs high-power Yb:CALYO laser pumped by single-mode fiber laserWenlong Tian, Geyang Wang, Dacheng Zhang, Jiangfeng Zhu, Zhaohua Wang, Xiaodong Xu, Jun Xu, Zhiyi Wei. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e64302 W triple-frequency, single-mode, linearly polarized Yb-doped all-fiber amplifierXiang Zhao, Yifeng Yang, Hui Shen, Xiaolong Chen, Gang Bai, Jingpu Zhang, Yunfeng Qi, Bing He, Jun Zhou. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(4): 04000e31kW-level, narrow-linewidth linearly polarized fiber laser with excellent beam quality through compact one-stage amplification schemeMan Jiang, Pengfei Ma, Long Huang, Jiangming Xu, Pu Zhou, Xijia Gu.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2017, 5(4): 04000e30
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Optical materials and componentsUltrafast and attosecond opticsExtreme nonlinearity and relativistic opticsUltrahigh power laser technologiesOthers Optical materials and componentsRapid growth and properties of large-aperture 98%-deuterated DKDP crystalsXumin Cai, Xiuqing Lin, Guohui Li, Junye Lu, Ziyu Hu, Guozong Zheng. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(3): 03000e46High damage threshold liquid crystal binary mask for laser beam shapingGang Xia, Wei Fan, Dajie Huang, He Cheng, Jiangtao Guo, Xiaoqin Wang. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e9Band-stop angular filtering with hump volume Bragg gratingsFan Gao, Xin Wang, Tiancheng Yu, Xiang Zhang, Xiao Yuan. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e29Cumulative material damage from train of ultrafast infrared laser pulsesA. Hanuka, K. P. Wootton, Z. Wu, K. Soong, I. V. Makasyuk, R. J. England, L. Sch&auml;chter. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e7Detection of laser-induced optical defects based on image segmentationXinkun Chu, Hao Zhang, Zhiyu Tian, Qing Zhang, Fang Wang, Jing Chen, Yuanchao Geng. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(4): 04000e66Overview of ytterbium based transparent ceramics for diode pumped high energy solid-state lasersSamuel Paul David, Venkatesan Jambunathan, Antonio Lucianetti, Tomas Mocek. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(4): 04000e62Variation of the band structure in DKDP crystal excited by intense sub-picosecond laser pulsesXiaocong Peng, Yuanan Zhao, Yueliang Wang, Zhen Cao, Guohang Hu, Jianda Shao. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(3): 03000e41Hexagonal boron nitride nanosheets incorporated antireflective silica coating with enhanced laser-induced damage thresholdJing Wang, Chunhong Li, Wenjie Hu, Wei Han, Qihua Zhu, Yao Xu. 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High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2018, 6(1): 010000e6 Technology development for ultraintense all-OPCPA systemsJ. Bromage, S.-W. Bahk, I. A. Begishev, C. Dorrer, M. J. Guardalben, B. N. Hoffman, J. B. Oliver, R. G. Roides, E. M. Schiesser, M. J. Shoup, M. Spilatro, B. Webb, D. Weiner, J. D. Zuegel.High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(1): 010000e4 High-repetition-rate, high-peak-power 1450 nm laser source based on optical parametric chirped pulse amplificationPengfei Wang, Beijie Shao, Hongpeng Su, Xinlin Lv, Yanyan Li, Yujie Peng, Yuxin Leng. High Power Laser Science and Engineering, 2019, 7(2): 02000e32 Attosecond twisted beams from high-order harmonic generation driven by optical vorticesCarlos Hern&aacute;ndez-Garc&iacute;a, Laura Rego, Julio San Rom&aacute;n, Antonio Pic&oacute;n, Luis Plaja. 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