Programme

Poster programme

P1

The collisionless transient pinch
John Allen, University College, Oxford, UK

P2

The PLATINUM project: Pulsed laser accelerators for the inspection of nuclear materials
Ceri Brenner, STFC Central Laser Facility, UK

P3

Channeling optimization of high-intensity laser beams in millimeter-scale plasmas
Luke Ceurvorst, University of Oxford, UK

P4

Nonlinear self-consistent kinetic simulations of the anomalous Doppler instability of suprathermal electron populations in fusion plasmas
Samuel Irvine, University of Warwick, UK

P5

Extended interaction oscillator based on a pseudospark-sourced electron beam
Adrian Cross, Department of Physics, University of Strathclyde, UK

P6

Fourier-Vlasov simulations of cyclotron instabilities in plasma
Bengt Eliasson, University of Strathclyde, UK

P7

An algorithm for analysis of filaments in fast camera data
Tom Farley, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK

P8

Improving understanding of divertor detachment via atomic physics and spectroscopy
Daljeet Singh Gahle, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK

P9

Experimental observation of beam intensity profile modification and transient phase during cross beam energy transfer
Kevin Glize, STFC, CLF, UK

P10

Reduced kinetic simulations of particle acceleration during magnetic reconnection
Philippa Browning, University of Manchester, UK

P11

Ball-pen Probe in strongly magnetised low-temperature plasma
Brandon Harris, University of Liverpool, UK

P12

Combined effects of trapped energetic ions and resistive layer damping on the stability of the resistive wall mode
Yuling He, Dalian University of Technology, China

P13

Nonlinear waves in the terrestrial quasiparallel foreshock
Bogdan Hnat, University of Warwick, UK

P14

Time-resolved characterisation of the evolution of electrostatic collisionless shocks
Thomas Hodge, Queens University Belfast, UK

P15

Plasma micro-reactors: potential and practical challenges for chemical engineering
Thomas Holmes, University of Sheffield, UK

P16

Argon photoionisation
Rachael Irwin, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P17

Ion streaming instability of dust-acoustic surface waves in a Lorentzian complex plasma slab
Young-Dae Jung, Hanyang University, Korea, Republic of South Korea

P18

Quantitative shadowgraphy and proton radiography for large intensity modulations
Muhammad Kasim, University of Oxford, UK

P19

Intrinsic suppression of resistive drift-wave turbulence in linear device geometry
Jarrod Leddy, University of York, UK

P20

Photoabsorption of Ca, Pb and Bi in the vacuum ultraviolet region – towards controlled resonance-enhanced high harmonic generation
Hu Lu, Dublin City University, Ireland

P21

Spatial organisation of tokamak flow structures
Ben McMillan, University of Warwick, UK

P22

QDB: A new database of plasma chemistries and reactions – concept and exemplar verification
Anna Dzarasova, Quantemol Ltd., UK

P23

Understanding detachment onset in MAST-U using SOLPS
David Moulton, CCFE, UK

P24

Study of Mg He-like intercombination line in optically thin solid density plasmas
Gabriel Pérez Callejo, University of Oxford, UK

P25

Complex phase space representation of wave equations using the Wick symbol calculus
Naren Ratan, University of Oxford, UK

P26

Experimental paths to improve the physics basis for high q|| exhaust strategies
Matthew Reinke, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

P27

Modelling ion cyclotron emission from beam-injected ions in the Large Helical Device
Bernard C G Reman, University of Warwick, UK

P28

Design, operation and measurement of a penning discharge
Kevin Ronald, University of Strathclyde, UK

P29

Adiabaticity breaking in direct laser acceleration of electrons
Alex Robinson, Central Laser Facility, UK

P30

Optimisation of plasma amplifiers
James Sadler, University of Oxford, UK

P31

Spatial distribution of plasma parameters in a dc-magnetron discharge and influence of the discharge power
Christian Saringer, Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria

P32

Withdrawn

P33

Influence of plasma backgrounds including neutrals on SOL filaments using 3D simulations
David Schwörer, DCU, Ireland

P34

Modelling Heating and ablation of dust in a Plasma
Luke Simons, Imperial College London, UK

P35

Production of low energy spread accelerated electrons at the AWAKE experiment: LWFA as a potential solution
Barney Williamson, University of Manchester, UK

P36

Resistive wall modes stabilization by feedback control in HL-2M tokamak
Guoliang Xia, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK

P37

Simulations of edge localised modes
Siobhan Smith, University of York, UK

P38

Withdrawn

P39

Investigation of efficiency exciplex DBD lamp excited by electrical generators of various types
Dmitry Schitz, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Russia

P40

Hybrid kinetic-hydrodynamic model of high-pressure gas discharges under strong overvoltages
Natalia Semeniuk, Institute of High Current Electronics, Russia

P41

Observation of anomalous inward particle pinch in ADITYA tokamak
Harshita Raj, Institute for Plasma Research, India

P42

MHD modeling of the capillary discharge plasma and the future prospects
Anatoliy Shapolov, Institute of Physics University of Pecs, Hungary

P43

Exact Vlasov-Maxwell equilibria for asymmetric current sheets
Oliver Allanson, University of St Andrews, UK

P44

X-ray emission from petawatt laser driven nanostructured Ni targets
Oliver Humphries, University of Oxford, UK

P45

Withdrawn

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Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: EXTENSION
    25 January 2017
  • Poster submission deadline: 
    24 February 2017
  • Early registration deadline:
    17 February 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    24 March 2017