Monday 14 April   Tuesday 15 April   Wednesday 16 April   Thursday 17 April   Poster programme

Wednesday 16 April

09:30  

Invited: Advancing our understanding of energy transport at the edge of tokamak plasma fusion reactors
B Lipschultz, University of York, UK

10:10  

The generation of a convergent fast-electron beam from laser-solid interactions
R Scott, STFC, UK

10:30  

Stability of evaporating charged liquid drops as a method for precisely charging microparticles
E Bennet, University of Glasgow, UK

10:50  

Refreshments

11:20  

Invited: Plasma techniques for precision measurements with antihydrogen
W Bertsche, the University of Manchester, UK

12:00  

The power dependence of the edge pedestal in JET and MAST
J Simpson, CCFE, UK

12:20  

IoP Plasma Physics Group AGM 

12:40  

Lunch

13:40  

Laser wakefield accelerators as x-ray sources for high-resolution tomographic imaging
J Cole, Imperial College London, UK

14:00  

Comparison of H2 and He carbon cleaning mechanisms in extreme ultraviolet induced and surface wave discharge plasmas
A Dolgov, Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER), The Netherlands

14:20  

Filamentary plasma eruptions in tokamaks
S Henneberg, University of York, UK

14:40  

Carbon nanotubes as a route to enhanced ultraintense interactions
M Zepf, Queen's University Belfast, UK

15:00  

Refreshments

15:30  

Invited: Electron acceleration and ionization fronts induced by high frequency plasma turbulence
B Eliasson, Strathclyde University, UK

16:10  

The theory and simulation of large-angle Coulomb collisions
A Turrell, Imperial College London, UK

16:30  

The isolation of intense attosecond pulses using the polarisation gating technique
S Cousens, Queen's University Belfast, UK

16:50  

Strong shock generation by fast electron energy deposition
T Fox, University of York, UK

17:10  

End of sessions

19:00  

Drinks reception and conference dinner at Hotel Russell