|Ort / Place
Physik Campus Riedberg, Max-von-Laue-Str. 1, 60438 Frankfurt
Großer Hörsaal, Raum 0.111
Zeit / Time
Mittwochs / Wednesday , 16.00 Uhr c.t.
- Antrittsvorlesung -
The PHELIX-laser system at GSI-Darmstadt provides a great opportunity for a variety of experiments in the field of High Energy Density physics, particle acceleration, generation of MeV gamma-sources and laser driven nuclear reactions. During the last decade twelve experimental projects using intense laser beam or a combination of laser and ion beams have been carried out at GSI with participation of students from the Plasma Physics group of the Goethe University.
In the talk I will highlight two experimental campaigns: one on measurements of the increased energy loss of heavy ions in laser produced plasmas, where a worldwide unique combination of the ion beam from the UNILAC and the synchronized high energy ns PHELIX laser pulse was used. Another one deals with the interaction of sub-ps laser pulse of relativistic intensity with structured polymer targets that leads to the production of very directed, highly charged electron beams with a cut-of energy up to 100 MeV. Interaction of such energetic electrons with high Z materials gives rise to high yield of gamma-driven nuclear reactions with threshold energies beyond 20 MeV. This opens a new path to nuclear photonics at rather moderate relativistic laser intensities.
Rückblick Physikalisches Kolloquium:
SS 2010, WS 2010/11, SS 2011, WS 2011/12, SS 2012, WS 2012/13, SS 2013, WS 2013/14, SS 2014, WS2014/15, SS2015, WS2015/16, SS2016, WS2016/17, SS 2017, WS 2017/18, SS 2018, WS 2018/19, SS 2019