The archived lectures from Phy 395 T High Intensity Laser-Matter interacations can be accessed below. This class was offered in the fall of 2001 at UT. It was also offered at the University of Michigan via video as Phys 529/App Phys. 629.
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|Lecture 1||9/10/01||High intensity short pulse laser technology|
|Lecture 2||9/17/01||Strong field ionization of atoms|
|Lecture 3||10/1/01||Above threshold ionization and molecular Coulomb explosions|
|Lecture 4||10/8/01||High order harmonic generation|
|Lecture 5||10/15/01||Laser collisional heating of plasmas|
|Lecture 6||10/18/01||Stimulated Raman scattering of lasers in plasmas|
|Lecture 7||10/29/01||Solid target interactions and resonance absorption|
|Lecture 8||11/05/01||Plasma expansion, fast ion production and ponderomotive steepening|
|Lecture 9||11/12/01||Energy transport and x-ray production in laser plasmas|
|Lecture 10||11/19/01||Laser driven shock and blast waves|
|Lecture 11||11/26/01||Guest lecture: Prof. Mike Downer - Laser driven wakefield generation in plasmas|
|Lecture 12||12/3/01||High intensity laser interactions with clusters|
|Lecture 13||12/10/01||Fusion, cluser driven fusion and inertial confinement fusion (CIF)|