Professor Dino Jaroszynski



Optical pumped ultra-short pulse CO2 lasers as drivers of laser-plasma accelerators and other applications
Jaroszynski D A, Campbell R N, Brunetti E, Yoffe S R
XXII International Symposium on High Power Laser Systems and Applications (2019)
Compact radiation sources based on laser-driven plasma waves
Jaroszynski DA, Anania M P, Aniculaesei C, Battaglia G, Brunetti E, Chen S, Cipiccia S, Ersfeld B, Reboredo Gil D, Grant DW, Grant P, Hur MS, Inigo Gamiz LI, Kang T, Kokurewicz K, Kornaszewski A, Li W, Maitrallain A, Manahan GG, Noble A, Reid LR, Shahzad M, Spesyvtsev R, Subiel A, Tooley MP, Vieux G, Wiggins SM, Welsh GH, Yoffe SR, Yang X
XXII International Symposium on High Power Laser Systems and Applications (2019)
Ionization injection in a laser wakefield accelerator subject to a transverse magnetic field
Zhao Q, Weng S M, Sheng Z M, Chen M, Zhang G B, Mori W B, Hidding B, Jaroszynski D A, Zhang J
New Journal of Physics Vol 20 (2018)
High-energy coherent terahertz radiation emitted by wide-angle electron beams from a laser-wakefield accelerator
Yang Xue, Brunetti Enrico, Jaroszynski Dino A
New Journal of Physics Vol 20 (2018)
Multistage coupling of laser-wakefield accelerators with curved plasma channels
Luo J, Chen M, Wu W Y, Weng S M, Sheng Z M, Schroeder C B, Jaroszynski D A, Esarey E, Leemans W P, Mori W B, Zhang J
Physical Review Letters Vol 120 (2018)
High-energy, short-duration bursts of coherent terahertz radiation from an embedded plasma dipole
Kwon Kyu Been, Kang Teyoun, Song Hyung Seon, Kim Young-Kuk, Ersfeld Bernhard, Jaroszynski Dino A, Hur Min Sup
Scientific Reports Vol 8 (2018)

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Professional activities

LaserLab Europe workshop: Visions on Future Laser-based X-rayScience and Technology
Metrology of high power ultra-short pulse lasers: user and supplier perspectives
LaserLab Europe Joint JRA Meeting

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DTP 2018-19 University of Strathclyde | McArthur, Ruairidh
Jaroszynski, Dino (Principal Investigator) Noble, Adam (Co-investigator) McArthur, Ruairidh (Research Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2018 - 01-Jan-2022
Accelerating the Middle East -- EPSRC GCRF Institutional Sponsorship
Hidding, Bernhard (Principal Investigator) McKenna, Paul (Principal Investigator) Sheng, Zheng-Ming (Principal Investigator) Jaroszynski, Dino (Principal Investigator)
Compact plasma accelerators for applications e.g. in life and space sciences with sustainable socio-economic benefit for Turkey and the Middle East are being developed.
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2018
EPSRC Global Challenges Research Fund Institutional Sponsorship Award 2017 (GCRF) / R171051-106
Hidding, Bernhard (Principal Investigator) Jaroszynski, Dino (Co-investigator) McKenna, Paul (Co-investigator) Sheng, Zheng-Ming (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2018
ARIES (Accelerator Research and Innovation for European Science and Society)
Jaroszynski, Dino (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2017 - 30-Jan-2021
Laser-driven radiation beamlines at SCAPA (EPSRC Capital Equipment Portfolio)
McKenna, Paul (Principal Investigator) Boyd, Marie (Co-investigator) Gray, Ross (Co-investigator) Hidding, Bernhard (Co-investigator) Jaroszynski, Dino (Co-investigator) McArthur, Stephen (Co-investigator) Sheng, Zheng-Ming (Co-investigator)
We propose to create new capability and capacity for collaborative high power laser-plasma research to underpin the development and application of laser-driven radiation sources, using three new beamlines and experiment stations at the Scottish Centre for the Application of Plasma-based Accelerators, SCAPA. Each of the beamlines will be configured in a unique way and with a focus on a specific category of laser-plasma interactions and secondary sources, to create a complementary suite of dedicated beamlines. This approach is required to enable the development and optimisation of laser-plasma sources from the realms of scientific investigation to real-world applications. It enables long-term investment in the optimisation and stabilisation of the beams and largely eliminates downtime for rebuilding experiments, thus enabling efficient and effective use of high power laser beam time.

The equipment will support an extensive research portfolio in laser-plasma physics and multidisciplinary applications, with an emphasis on radiation sources and healthcare applications. The unique properties of laser-driven radiation sources make them attractive both as tools for science (e.g. femtosecond X-ray sources for probing the structure of matter) and for applications in a variety of sectors including: healthcare (e.g. imaging and radiotherapy); industry (e.g. penetrative probing and assay) and energy (e.g. testing the integrity of stored nuclear waste). The strategic development of this field requires a balanced programme of dedicated university-scale and leading-edge national laser facilities. The proposed beamlines will complement existing and planned expansion of national facilities at the Central Laser Facility, providing new capability and capacity to enable UK research groups to remain at the forefront of this research area and help promote international collaboration.

The research will be performed collaboratively with groups from across the UK and sustained mainly through collaborative research grants. The new suite of beamlines will promote exchanges between academia and industry, and enable engagement of the UK research community with large international projects, such as the Extreme Light Infrastructure, ELI. It will also provide a unique interdisciplinary training platform for researchers.
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2020
Cockcroft Institute / R160525-1
Riis, Erling (Principal Investigator) Cross, Adrian (Co-investigator) Eliasson, Bengt (Co-investigator) Gray, Ross (Co-investigator) Hidding, Bernhard (Co-investigator) Jaroszynski, Dino (Co-investigator) McKenna, Paul (Co-investigator) McNeil, Brian (Co-investigator) Ronald, Kevin (Co-investigator) Sheng, Zheng-Ming (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2018

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