2019 - Hannes Alfvén Prize, European Physical Society for major contributions to the development of compact laser-plasma accelerators, and to their innovative applications to science and society, which span ultra-fast phenomena, accelerator physics, medicine, radiobiology, chemistry and material science.
2017 - Member of the European Academy of Sciences
2017 - Fernand Holweck Medal and Prize, Institute of Physics (IOP)
2008 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For important experimental contributions to the development of compact laser plasma accelerators and nonlinear laserplasma interactions
Victor Malka mainly focuses on Laser, Atomic physics, Plasma, Electron and Optics. His Laser study combines topics in areas such as Radiation, Particle accelerator, Acceleration and Pulse. Victor Malka interconnects Waves in plasmas, Beam, Plasma diagnostics, Jet and Relativistic plasma in the investigation of issues within Atomic physics.
His Plasma research includes elements of Ion, Computational physics, Bremsstrahlung and Neon. Victor Malka has included themes like Quality, Collimated light and Electric field in his Electron study. The concepts of his Plasma acceleration study are interwoven with issues in Cathode ray and Maxwell's equations.
His primary scientific interests are in Laser, Optics, Plasma, Electron and Atomic physics. His study looks at the intersection of Laser and topics like Beam with Laser beam quality. His study in Optics concentrates on Femtosecond, Radiation, Undulator, Free-electron laser and Betatron.
His research integrates issues of Jet, Ionization and Collimated light in his study of Plasma. The various areas that Victor Malka examines in his Electron study include Quality, Range, Particle accelerator, Electric field and Photon. His Atomic physics research focuses on Waves in plasmas and how it connects with Electromagnetic electron wave.
Laser, Optics, Electron, Plasma and Plasma acceleration are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Beam, Acceleration and Atomic physics. His work in Atomic physics tackles topics such as Ionization which are related to areas like Bremsstrahlung.
His research investigates the connection with Optics and areas like Electric field which intersect with concerns in Lasing threshold, Extreme ultraviolet lithography and Ultrashort pulse. His Electron study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Range, Photon energy, Pulse, Chirp and Ion. His work deals with themes such as Particle accelerator, Field, Collimated light, Shock and Cathode ray, which intersect with Plasma.
His primary areas of study are Laser, Optics, Electron, Beam and Radiation. Victor Malka has researched Laser in several fields, including Particle accelerator, Plasma, Pulse, Atomic physics and Acceleration. His Atomic physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ionization, Bremsstrahlung and Gamma ray.
His Optics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nozzle. Particularly relevant to Plasma acceleration is his body of work in Electron. His study in Beam is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quadrupole, Characterization, Magnet, Electrical engineering and Femtosecond.
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A laser-plasma accelerator producing monoenergetic electron beams
Jérôme Faure;Yannick Glinec;A. Pukhov;S. Kiselev.
Electron acceleration from the breaking of relativistic plasma waves
A. Modena;Z. Najmudin;A. E. Dangor;C. E. Clayton.
Controlled injection and acceleration of electrons in plasma wakefields by colliding laser pulses
J. Faure;C. Rechatin;A. Norlin;A. Lifschitz.
Laser-driven proton scaling laws and new paths towards energy increase
J. Fuchs;P. Antici;E. d'Humières;E. Lefebvre.
Nature Physics (2006)
Electron Acceleration by a Wake Field Forced by an Intense Ultrashort Laser Pulse
Victor Malka;S. Fritzler;E. Lefebvre;M.-M. Aleonard.
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)
Femtosecond x rays from laser-plasma accelerators
S. Corde;K. Ta Phuoc;G. Lambert;R. Fitour.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2013)
Principles and applications of compact laser–plasma accelerators
Victor Malka;Jérôme Faure;Yann A. Gauduel;Erik Lefebvre.
Nature Physics (2008)
All-optical Compton gamma-ray source
K. Ta Phuoc;S. Corde;C. Thaury;V. Malka.
Nature Photonics (2012)
Few femtosecond, few kiloampere electron bunch produced by a laser-plasma accelerator
Olle Lundh;Olle Lundh;J. Lim;Clément Rechatin;L. Ammoura.
Nature Physics (2011)
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