Publications

Journal Publications

T. Shi, D. Sun, I. Jovanovic, G. Kalinchenko, K. Krushelnick, C. C. Kuranz, A. Maksimchuk, J. Nees, A.G.R. Thomas, and L. Willingale, “Optimization of the electron beam dump for a GeV-class laser electron accelerator,” Applied Radiation and Isotopes 176, 109853 (2021).

R. J. Shalloo,  S. J. D. Dann and M. J. V. Streeter et al., “Automation and control of laser wakefield
accelerators using Bayesian optimization,” Nature Communications 11, 6355 (2020).

O. E. Vais, A. G. R. Thomas, A. Maksimchuk, K. Krushelnick and V. Yu. Bychenkov.  Characterizing extreme laser intensities by ponderomotive acceleration of protons from rarified gas,” New Journal of Physics 22, 023003 (2020).

Conference Presentations

Anatoly Maksimchuk, John Nees, Galina Kalinchenko, Bixue Hou, Yong Ma, Andrew McKelvey, Tan Shi, Igor Jovanovic, Carolyn Kuranz, Alexander Thomas, Louise Willingale and Karl Krushelnick, “ZEUS: A National Science Foundation mid-scale user facility for laser-driven science in the QED regime,” American Physical Society 62-th Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, 9-13, 2020, remote, VP15.00002.

John Nees, Anatoly Maksimchuk, Galina Kalinchenko, Bixue Hou, Yong Ma, Andrew McKelvey, Louise Willingale, Igor Jovanovic, Carolyn Kuranz, Alexander Thomas, and Karl Krushelnick, “ZEUS: A National Science Foundation Mid-Scale Facility for Laser-Driven Science in the QED Regime,” 2020 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), San Jose, CA, USA, 2020, pp. 1-2.

I. Jovanovic, G. Kalinchenko, C. Kuranz, A. Maksimchuk, J. Nees, A. G. R. Thomas, L. Willingale, K. Krushelnick,  “Zettawatt-Equivalent Ultrashort Pulse Laser System (ZEUS) at the University of Michigan” Ultrafast Optics XII, October 6–11, 2019, Brač, Croatia, TH14.6.

A. Maksimchuk, I. Jovanovic, G. Kalinchenko, C. Kuranz, Nees, A. G. R. Thomas, L. Willingale, and K. Krushelnick, “Zettawatt-Equivalent Ultrashort Pulse Laser System (ZEUS) at the University of Michigan,” American Physical Society 61-th Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma Physics, October 21–25, 2019, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, YP10.00049.