Professor Robert Bingham



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Detection of high-frequency gravitational waves using high-energy pulsed lasers
Vacalis Georgios, Marocco Giacomo, Bamber James, Bingham Robert, Gregori Gianluca
Classical and Quantum Gravity Vol 40 (2023)
Parametric co-linear axion photon instability
Beyer K A, Marocco G, Danson C, Bingham R, Gregori G
Physics Letters, Section B: Nuclear, Elementary Particle and High-Energy Physics Vol 839 (2023)
Inductively-coupled plasma discharge for use in high-energy-density science experiments
Arrowsmith CD, Dyson A, Gudmundsson JT, Bingham R, Gregori G
Journal of Instrumentation Vol 18 (2023)
Cold atoms in space : community workshop summary and proposed road-map
Alonso Iván, Alpigiani Cristiano, Bingham Robert, Griffin Paul F, Oi Daniel KL
EPJ Quantum Technology Vol 9 (2022)
Multi-scale behavior of Langmuir turbulence during ionospheric heating experiments
Eliasson Bengt, Ronald Kevin, Phelps Alan, Bingham Robert
2022 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (2022)
Insensitivity of a turbulent laser-plasma dynamo to initial conditions
Bott A F A, Chen L, Tzeferacos P, Palmer C A J, Bell A R, Bingham R, Birkel A, Froula D H, Katz J, Kunz M W, Li C-K, Park H-S, Petrasso R, Ross J S, Reville B, Ryu D, Séguin F H, White T G, Schekochihin A A, Lamb D Q, Gregori G
Matter and Radiation at Extremes Vol 7 (2022)

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Professional Activities

Ionospheric Beat-Wave Brillouin Scattering at EISCAT
International e-Conference on Recent Trends in Plasma Physics
Brillouin scattering during ionospheric beat wave heating: EISCAT observations and numerical modelling results
Laboratory modelling of plasma waves excitation and transformation to electromagnetic emission in a mirror-confined plasma
Observation and numerical modelling of ionospheric beat-wave Brillouin scattering at EISCAT

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Probing the Quantum Vacuum with High Power Laser and 4th Generation Light Sources in the Search for New Physics
Bingham, Robert (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2023 - 30-Jan-2026
Microwave emission due to kinetic instabilities in an overdense mirror-confined plasma (International Exchanges Cost Share 2018 - Russia)
Eliasson, Bengt (Principal Investigator) Bingham, Robert (Co-investigator) Phelps, Alan (Co-investigator) Ronald, Kevin (Co-investigator) Speirs, David (Co-investigator)
10-Jan-2018 - 09-Jan-2022
Parametric Wave Coupling and Non-Linear Mixing in Plasma
Ronald, Kevin (Principal Investigator) Bingham, Robert (Co-investigator) Eliasson, Bengt (Co-investigator) Phelps, Alan (Co-investigator) MacInnes, Philip (Research Co-investigator) Speirs, David (Researcher) Whyte, Colin (Researcher)
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2020
Particle acceleration in magnetised shocks produced by laser and pulsed power facilities
Bingham, Robert (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2016 - 31-Jan-2019
Proton-driven plasma wakefield acceleration - a new route to a TeV e+e-collider
Bingham, Robert (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2014 - 30-Jan-2015
Critical Mass: Collective radiation-beam-plasma interactions at high intensities
Jaroszynski, Dino (Principal Investigator) Bingham, Robert (Co-investigator) Boyd, Marie (Co-investigator) Ledingham, Kenneth (Co-investigator) McKenna, Paul (Co-investigator) Wiggins, Mark (Co-investigator)
This proposal describes a programme of research on single-particle and collective radiation-beam-plasma interactions at high field intensities, production of high-brightness particle beams with femtosecond to attosecond duration, new sources of coherent and incoherent radiation that are both compact and inexpensive, new methods of accelerating particles which could make them widely available and, by extending their parameter range, stimulate new application areas. An important adjunct to the proposal will be a programme to apply the sources to demonstrate their usefulness and also provide a way to involve industry and other end-users. The project builds on previous experiments and theoretical investigations of the Advanced Laser Plasma High-energy Accelerators towards X-rays (ALPHA-X) project, which has demonstrated controlled acceleration in a laser-plasma wakefield accelerator (LWFA), initial applications of beams from the LWFA and demonstrations of gamma ray production due to resonant betatron motion in the LWFA. The programme will have broad relevance, through developing an understanding of the highly nonlinear and collective physics of radiation-matter interactions, to fields ranging from astrophysics, fusion and nuclear physics, to the interaction of radiation with biological matter. It will also touch on several basic problems in physics, such as radiation reaction in plasma media and the development of coherence in nonlinear coupled systems.
19-Jan-2012 - 18-Jan-2016

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