Poster programme

P.01 GPU octree-enhanced PIC code for helicon plasma thrusters
A Madonna, University of Padova, Italy

P.02 Electron-exchange and screening effects on the bremsstrahlung process in quantum plasmas
Y-D Jung, Hanyang University, South Korea

P.03 Attosecond dense electron bunch produced by ponderomotive acceleration
J Yu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

P.04 A study of the ion front of a plasma expanding into a vacuum
J Allen, University of Oxford, UK

P.05 Dynamics of 3D filaments in the scrape off layer: A comparison with models of reduced dimensionality
L Easy, University of York, UK

P.06 Fast electron dynamics with the TARANIS laser
D Riley, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P.07 Landau damping rate of the transverse magnetic mode surface wave
M-J Lee, Hanyang University, South Korea

P.08 Polymerization at atmospheric pressure using plasma jets
J Bradley, University of Liverpool, UK

P.09 Toroidal drift modes: implications for transport and a model for small ELMs in tokamaks
A Bokshi, University of York, UK

P.10 Antihydrogen trapping assisted by sympathetically cooled positrons
N Madsen, Swansea University, UK

P.11 Antihydrogen trapping and spectroscopy: From cold plasmas to atomic physics
N Madsen, Swansea University, UK

P.12 Vulcan target area west long pulse beamline improvements
M Notley, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK

P.13 Mini gliding arc plasma reactor for bio-medical application
J Diatczyk, Lublin University of Technology, Poland

P. 14 Atmospheric pressure plasma jet reactor for non-heat resistant surface treatment
J Pawłat, Lublin University of Technology, Poland

P.15 Inverted fireballs as a useful tool for surface modification
P Knoll, University of Graz, Austria

P.16 Compressional Alfvén and ion-ion hybrid eigenmodes in MAST hydrogen-deuterium plasmas
H Oliver, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK / University of Bristol, UK

P.17 Using high-power laser systems in the field of nuclear laboratory astrophysics
A Matafonov, TSNIImash, Russia

P.18 Electron and x-ray beams from a laser wakefield accelerator with a tailored density profile
J Wood, Imperial College London, UK

P.19 Numerical simulations and experimental reproduction of magnetospheric cyclotron emissions
K Ronald, University of Strathclyde, UK

P.20 Generation of superponderomotive electrons via axial electric field in DLA
A Robinson, Central Laser Facility, UK

P.21 Relativistic guiding of q gaussian laser beam and its effect on higher harmonic generation in plasma channel produced by two prepulse technique
A Singh, National Institute of Technology, India

P.22 High energy ion generation by the high intensity laser irradiation of ultra thin CH foils
G Hicks, Imperial College London, UK

P.23 Formation dynamics of ultraviolet and extreme ultraviolet radiation induced H2 plasma
A Dolgov, Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER), The Netherlands

P.24 Simulations of edge turbulence and flows in tokamak X-point geometry using BOUT++
B Dudson, University of York, UK

P.25 Dissipation models for large eddy simulation of drift-wave turbulence
J Leddy, University of York, UK

P.26 Inception of surface streamers in mixtures of SF6 with nitrogen
A Chvyreva, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

P.27 Neutral and ion kinetics in glow discharges of H2 / O2 mixtures - diagnostics and modelling
M Jiménez-Redondo, Institute Estructura de la Materia, CSIC, Spain

P.28 X-point modelling in linear geometries using BOUT++
B Shanahan, University of York, UK

P.29 Large scale synthesis of few layer graphene in a novel atmospheric pressure microwave plasma reactor
K Juda, University of Cambridge, UK

P.30 Spectral changes to an LWFA driver
K Poder, Imperial College London, UK

P.31 On the formation of phase space holes and clumps
M Lilley, Imperial College London, UK

P.32 Near-infrared divertor spectroscopy measurements on the MAST and JET tokamaks
B Lomanowski, Durham University, UK

P.33 Planar geometry inertial electrostatic confinement fusion device
D Knapp, Medical University of South Carolina, USA

P.34 Experimental generation of bright gamma-ray beams via non-linear thompson scattering
D Corvan, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P.35 Ion cyclotron emission and the nonlinear physics of the magnetoacoustic cyclotron instability of fusion-born ions
L Carbajal, University of Warwick, UK

P.36 Investigating the anomalous Doppler effect for suprathermal electrons in tokamak plasma using self-consistent kinetic simulations
W N Lai, University of Warwick, UK

P.37 Ion acceleration beyond 100MeV/amu in the relativistic transparent regime
D Jung, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P.38 X-ray Thomson Scattering measurements of density gradients
P Kozlowski, University of Oxford, UK

P.39 Zero-dimensional models for energy confinement transitions due to changing heating rate in fusion plasmas
H Zhu, University of Warwick, UK

P.40 Experimental demonstration of azimuthal asymmetry in collective electron dynamics in relativistically transparent laser-foil interactions
R Gray, University of Strathclyde, UK

P.41 Sensitivity of mass ablation rate and shock timing to variations in opacity in indirect drive, inertial confinement fusion on the National Ignition Facility
K McGlinchey, Imperial College London, UK

P.42 Influence of the electrostatic field on the efficiency of laser energy conversion to intense synchrotron radiation
R Capdessus, University of Strathclyde, UK

P.43 Computation of a generalised Coulomb log parameter for hot dense matter
D Swatton, AWE, UK

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    Extended until 14 February 2014
  • Abstract notification deadline:
    26 February 2014
  • Early registration deadline:
    14 March 2014
  • Registration deadline:
    4 April 2014

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