Alexander Pukhov mainly investigates Atomic physics, Plasma, Electron, Laser and Optics. His studies deal with areas such as Electromagnetic electron wave, High harmonic generation, Pulse, Amplitude and Ion as well as Atomic physics. His study in Plasma is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wavelength and Magnetic field.
His work deals with themes such as Electric field and Synchrotron radiation, which intersect with Electron. The concepts of his Laser study are interwoven with issues in Relativistic plasma, Neutron, Acceleration and Spectral line. His Plasma acceleration research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Particle accelerator and Proton.
Alexander Pukhov spends much of his time researching Plasma, Laser, Atomic physics, Electron and Optics. The Plasma study combines topics in areas such as Computational physics, Bunches, Acceleration and Magnetic field. His Computational physics research incorporates themes from Field and Kinetic energy.
His Laser course of study focuses on Pulse and Attosecond. He combines subjects such as Relativistic plasma, Ion, Waves in plasmas, Beam and Proton with his study of Atomic physics. His research integrates issues of Radiation, Synchrotron radiation and Bubble in his study of Electron.
Plasma, Atomic physics, Laser, Electron and Proton are his primary areas of study. Alexander Pukhov has included themes like Computational physics, Relativistic particle, Electric field, Nonlinear system and Magnetic field in his Plasma study. His Atomic physics research includes themes of Beam, Femtosecond, Ionization, Solid density and Acceleration.
The various areas that Alexander Pukhov examines in his Laser study include Nanowire, Particle acceleration, Pulse and Order of magnitude. His work carried out in the field of Electron brings together such families of science as Polarization, Vortex, Quantum electrodynamics and Bubble. His Proton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Amplitude, Ion, Frequency modulation and Modulation.
His main research concerns Laser, Plasma, Electron, Atomic physics and Proton. Alexander Pukhov has researched Laser in several fields, including Polarization, Nanowire, Particle acceleration and Pulse. His Pulse research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ion, Ion acceleration, Fusion ignition and Waveguide.
His studies deal with areas such as Beam and Quantum electrodynamics as well as Electron. His Atomic physics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ionization, Acceleration, Cathode ray and Degree of polarization. His research in Acceleration intersects with topics in Amplitude, Energy and Seeding.
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A laser-plasma accelerator producing monoenergetic electron beams
Jérôme Faure;Yannick Glinec;A. Pukhov;S. Kiselev.
Laser wake field acceleration: the highly non-linear broken- wave regime
A. Pukhov;J. Meyer-ter-Vehn.
Applied Physics B (2002)
Relativistic magnetic self-channeling of light in near-critical plasma: Three-dimensional particle-in-cell simulation.
A. Pukhov;J. Meyer-ter-Vehn.
Physical Review Letters (1996)
Production of a keV x-ray beam from synchrotron radiation in relativistic laser-plasma interaction.
Antoine Rousse;Kim Ta Phuoc;Kim Ta Phuoc;Rahul Shah;Alexander Pukhov.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Short‐pulse laser harmonics from oscillating plasma surfaces driven at relativistic intensity
R. Lichters;J. Meyer‐ter‐Vehn;A. Pukhov.
Physics of Plasmas (1996)
Particle acceleration in relativistic laser channels
A. Pukhov;Z.-M. Sheng;J. Meyer-ter-Vehn.
Physics of Plasmas (1999)
Multi-MeV Electron Beam Generation by Direct Laser Acceleration in High-Density Plasma Channels
C. Gahn;G. D. Tsakiris;A. Pukhov;J. Meyer-ter-Vehn.
Physical Review Letters (1999)
Three-dimensional electromagnetic relativistic particle-in-cell code VLPL (Virtual Laser Plasma Lab)
Journal of Plasma Physics (1999)
Strong field interaction of laser radiation
Reports on Progress in Physics (2003)
Three-dimensional simulations of ion acceleration from a foil irradiated by a short-pulse laser.
Physical Review Letters (2001)
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