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2021-07-30
14:12
[GSI-2021-00911] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Influence of secondary electron spectra on the enhanced effectiveness of ion beams
128 xli p. () = Dissertation, TU-Darmstadt, 2021

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2021-07-29
12:46
[GSI-2021-00910] Dissertation / PhD Thesis

Nuclear fragmentation in particle therapy and space radiation protection: from the standard approach to the FOOT experiment
142 pp. () = Dissertation, University of Trento, 2021
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2021-07-29
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2021-07-22
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2021-07-22
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2021-07-22
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2021-07-21
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2021-07-20
16:19
DBCoverage [GSI-2021-00897] Journal Article
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Bright betatron radiation from direct-laser-accelerated electrons at moderate relativistic laser intensity
Direct laser acceleration (DLA) of electrons in a plasma of near-critical electron density (NCD) and the associated synchrotron-like radiation are discussed for moderate relativistic laser intensity (normalized laser amplitude a0 ≤ 4.3) and ps length pulse. This regime is typical of kJ PW-class laser facilities designed for high-energy-density (HED) research. [...]

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2021-06-23
14:33
[GSI-2021-00838] Report
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RF manipulations of high-intensity hadron beams in SIS100
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Darmstadt 43 p. ()
The international accelerator facility for high-intensity hadron beams FAIR is under construction at GSI Darmstadt in Germany. In order to improve beam intensity, schemes of manipulations of proton beams and heavy ion beams, consisting of longitudinal bunch merging and batch compression are proposed for the main synchrotron SIS100. [...]
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2021-06-14
16:39
[GSI-2021-00812] Abstract
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Reaching the Millijoule-Regime via Ultrafast Optical Parametric Amplification –An Alternative to First Stage Regenerative Amplification Stages?
CLEO®: Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, CLEO, San JoseSan Jose, USA, 9 May 2021 - 14 May 20212021-05-092021-05-14
A new ultra-high contrast uOPA module is being developed for the PHELIX-and PENELOPE frontend-chains. This module will enhance the ASE-contrast and prevent the formation of pre-pulses through a bypass of high-gain amplifiers..
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