Current Awards

High Energy Density Laboratory Plasmas (HEDLP) Program
Current Awards Supported by NNSA

Name

Affiliation

Title

Chen, Guo-Xin

Harvard University

Relativistic Study of X-ray Polarization Spectroscopy for Fusion Plasmas

Falcone, Roger

UC Berkeley

Design and Fielding of a Highly Efficient Multi-Channel X-ray Spectrometer for Advanced X-ray Scattering Diagnostics

Farrell, Michael

General Atomics

(in support of CalTech award)

Viscous Plastic Flow at Extreme Pressures and Strain Rates

Gourdain, Pierre

Cornell University

The Dynamics of High Energy Density Plasmas in Radial Foil Configurations

Greenly, John

Cornell University

Experimental and Computational Studies of High Energy Density Plasma Streams Ablated from Fine Wires

Hammer, David

Cornell University

Spectroscopic Determination of the Magnetic Fields in Exploding Wire and X Pinch Plasmas

Jacobsen, Stein

Harvard University

From Z to Planets

Krasheninnikov, Sergei

Unviersity of California, San Diego

Physics of Pre-plasma and the Mechanisms of Intense Electron Beam Generation by Relativistic Laser Radiation

Mori, Warren

University of Californa, Los Angeles

Continuation of the Application of Parallel PIC Simulations to Laser and Electron Transport Through High Energy Density Laboratory Plasmas

Petrasso, Richard

Massachusettes Institute of Technology

HEDLP Studies of Fields, Matter, Transport, Nuclear Physics, and ICF with New Diagnostics at the NIF and Omega/Omega-EOP

Presura, Radu

University of Nevada, Reno

Single-Crystal X-Ray Spectropolarimetry of Z-Pinch Plasmas

Ravichandran, Guruswami

California Institute of Technology

Viscous Plastic Flow at Extreme Pressures and Strain Rates

Shumlak, Uri

University of Washington

High Energy Density Z-Pinch Plasmas using Flow Stabilization: ZaP HD

Stutman, Dan

Johns Hopkins University

Development of Talbot-Lau Phase-Contrast X-ray Diagnostics for High Energy Density Laboratory Plasmas

Suckewer, Szymon

Princeton University

Research on Improvement Efficiency and Focusibility of Ultra-Intense Beam of Stimulated Raman Amplifier/Compressor in Plasma Backscattering