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Seminar

The 20th KPSI Seminar

Current status of the LULI laser facilities

 

Presentor Ji-Ping ZOU
( Laboratoire pour l'utilisation des lasers intenses , France)
Jobstatus Professor
Place ITBL G201 room (KPSI)
Date 10:30 - (Mon.) Apr. 17, 2017
Language English
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Current status of the LULI laser facilities

Dr Ji-Ping ZOU
(Laboratoire pour l’Utilisation des Lasers Intenses, CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France)

abstract

LULI is the major French national physics research center for fundamental research and applications in plasma physics. This very large European and National laser facility develops continuously its multi-beam, multiple pulse duration (fs-ns), high energy laser systems. In my talk, after a brief presentation of the “LULI2000” and “ELFIE” which are two Nd3+: glass facilities under operation, a synthesis will be given on the Apollon 10 PW laser currently under construction: its architecture, laser implementation advances, as well as some discussions about the theoretical investigations of the spatio-temporal coupling effects acting on the Apollon laser pulse duration, pulse contrast and beam focal spot quality on target.

 

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