2011 - OSA Fellows For contributions to experimental intense laser plasma interactions including measurements of energetic particle beams and large magnetic fields.
2007 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For pioneering contributions to experimental highintensity laser plasma physics including the production of highquality relativistic electron beams, energetic proton beams and the development of techniques to measure very large magnetic fields in intense laserproduced plasmas
Karl Krushelnick spends much of his time researching Laser, Atomic physics, Plasma, Electron and Ion. His Laser study contributes to a more complete understanding of Optics. His Atomic physics research integrates issues from Acceleration, Beam, Electric field and Polarization.
Karl Krushelnick has included themes like Harmonics and Magnetic field in his Plasma study. Karl Krushelnick interconnects Particle accelerator, Synchrotron and Electromagnetic field in the investigation of issues within Electron. His Ion research focuses on Neon and how it connects with Jet, Deuterium and Intensity.
Karl Krushelnick mainly investigates Laser, Atomic physics, Plasma, Optics and Electron. His Laser research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ion, Proton, Acceleration and Pulse. In his study, Deuterium is inextricably linked to Neutron, which falls within the broad field of Atomic physics.
His work carried out in the field of Plasma brings together such families of science as Particle accelerator and Magnetic field. His Ultrashort pulse, Radiation, High harmonic generation and Femtosecond study in the realm of Optics interacts with subjects such as High intensity. He combines subjects such as Field and Collimated light with his study of Electron.
Karl Krushelnick mostly deals with Laser, Optics, Plasma, Atomic physics and Electron. Karl Krushelnick is involved in the study of Laser that focuses on Plasma acceleration in particular. His research in Plasma intersects with topics in Ultrashort pulse, Betatron, Particle accelerator and Femtosecond.
His research investigates the link between Particle accelerator and topics such as Orders of magnitude that cross with problems in Beam. The various areas that he examines in his Atomic physics study include Range, Ion acceleration, Ion, Proton and Pulse duration. His studies examine the connections between Electron and genetics, as well as such issues in Electromagnetic field, with regards to Critical field.
Karl Krushelnick spends much of his time researching Laser, Optics, Electron, Plasma and Atomic physics. His studies in Laser integrate themes in fields like Cathode ray, Acceleration and Pulse. His studies deal with areas such as Field, Radiation, Magnetic field and Electromagnetic field as well as Electron.
His work in Radiation tackles topics such as Photon which are related to areas like Beam. He regularly ties together related areas like Absorption in his Plasma studies. His Atomic physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ion, Ionization, Range and Neutron temperature.
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Monoenergetic beams of relativistic electrons from intense laser–plasma interactions
Stuart P. D. Mangles;C. D. Murphy;C. D. Murphy;Zulfikar Najmudin;Alexander George Roy Thomas.
Fast heating of ultrahigh-density plasma as a step towards laser fusion ignition
R. Kodama;P. A. Norreys;K. Mima;A. E. Dangor.
Measurements of energetic proton transport through magnetized plasma from intense laser interactions with solids
E.L. Clark;K. Krushelnick;J.R. Davies;Matthew Zepf.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Ultra-high intensity- 300-TW laser at 0.1 Hz repetition rate.
V. Yanovsky;V. Chvykov;G. Kalinchenko;P. Rousseau.
Optics Express (2008)
Electron Acceleration by a Wake Field Forced by an Intense Ultrashort Laser Pulse
Victor Malka;S. Fritzler;E. Lefebvre;M.-M. Aleonard.
Fast heating scalable to laser fusion ignition
R. Kodama;H. Shiraga;K. Shigemori;Y. Toyama.
Energetic heavy-ion and proton generation from ultraintense laser-plasma interactions with solids
E. L. Clark;K. Krushelnick;M. Zepf;F. N. Beg.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
High harmonic generation in the relativistic limit
B. Dromey;M. Zepf;A. Gopal;K. Lancaster.
Nature Physics (2006)
Bright spatially coherent synchrotron X-rays from a table-top source
S. Kneip;C. McGuffey;J. L. Martins;S. F. Martins.
Nature Physics (2010)
Ionization induced trapping in a laser wakefield accelerator.
C. McGuffey;A. G. R. Thomas;W. Schumaker;T. Matsuoka.
Physical Review Letters (2010)
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