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Topics & Speakers

The conference scientific program will include invited talks, oral and poster presentations as well as informal discussion round tables.

Conference topics:

  • coherent scattering of relativistic charged particles in strong fields;
  • relativistic and nonrelativistic crystal channeling, volume capture and volume reflection of hadron and lepton beams;
  • electromagnetic radiation by relativistic charged particles in periodic structures (coherent bremsstrahlung, channeling radiation, transition radiation, diffraction radiation, parametric x-ray radiation, synchrotron Cherenkov radiation, LPM effect, FEL, Compton/Thomson scattering);
  • channeling of radiations in capillary systems (micro- and nano-channeling, nanotubes, nanoporous);
  • novel techniques for beams handling and acceleration (plasma wake-fields, cross-laser fields, crystal assisted collimation, plasma-ion channels, ion/electron guiding phenomena);
  • advanced x-ray & neutron optics (capillary/polycapillary optics, compound refractive optics, micro- and nanofocusing, waveguides);
  • applications based on channeling phenomena (beams shaping, positron sources, powerful radiation sources, crystal-based nuclear fusion processes, diagnostic tools, novel x-ray table-top instruments, applications in material and biomedical studies).

Channeling 2014 will collect, together with historical and present status lectures by the experts in channeling physics, presentations on new large projects as well as various international collaborations devoted to the studies within the main conference topics. This edition will be extended by a couple of thematic round tables.

Invited Speakers (confirmed):

Uli Wienands, SLAC, USA
Observation of Remarkable Deflection of a Multi-GeV Electron Beam by a Thin Crystal

Xavier Artru, IPNL & Université de Lyon-I, France
Status of QED in Radiation by Relativistic Electrons in Matter

Vladimir G. Baryshevsky, Research Institute for Nuclear Problems, BELARUS
Spontaneous and Induced Radiation of Relativistic Electrons/Positrons in Natural and Photonic Crystals. Volume Free Electron Laser: from Microwave and Optical to X-Rays Range

Leonard Feldman, Rutgers school SUNJ, USA
Channeling for Advanced Electronic Materials Research

Calin A. Ur, Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, ROMANIA
Luigi Palumbo, "Sapienza" University of Rome, ITALY
ELI - Extreme Light Infrastructure Project

Frank Zimmermann, CERN, SWITZERLAND
CERN Strategy and Future Large Scale Projects

Young Min Shin, FERMILAB, USA
Channeling Acceleration Research at Fermilab - Advanced Superconducting Test Accelerator (ASTA) Facility (TBD)

Allen Caldwell, Max Planck Institute, GERMANY
AWAKE - the Proton Wakefield Acceleration Experiment

Danilo Giulietti, University of Pisa, ITALY
Laser-Induced Plasma Channels by ns to fs Pulses

Victor Malka, LOA Palaisee, FRANCE
On Compact Light Source using Nano Wires Plasma Undulators

Leonida Gizzi, CNR INO Pisa, ITALY
Laser-Plasma Acceleration of Electrons for Radiobiology and Radiation Sources

Andrey Soloviev, ITP Frankfurt Goethe University, GERMANY
Channeling and Radiation of Ultra-Relativistic Electrons and Positrons in Linear, Bent and Periodically Bent Crystals as seen from Simulations with MBN Explorer, by G. Sushko, A. Korol, V.G. Bezchastnov, A.V. Solov'yov

Hironari Yamada, PPL Shiga, Tokyio, JAPAN
Synchrotron-Cherenkov Radiation Observed in Laboratory on Earth being Predicted in Astronomy

Didier Mazon, CEA IRFM, Cadarache, FRANCE
Magnetic Confinement Principles in TOKAMAK devices  and Actual Challenges

Peter Wobrauschek, ATI,Vienna, AUSTRIA
Polycapillary Optics for Advanced X-ray Instrumentations

Giuseppe Dattoli, ENEA-Frascati, Italy
Multivariable and Multiindex Bessel Functions: A computational tool for Electromagnetic Processes

Jorge A. Fernandez, University of Bologna ,Bologna, Italy
Multivariable and Multiindex Bessel Functions: A computational tool for Electromagnetic Processes

Nikolai F. Shul'ga, NSC KIPT, Kharkov, Ukraine
Electromagnetic Processes at High Energies with "half-bare" Particles

Massimo Ferrario, LNF INFN, Frascati, Italy
Electromagnetic Processes at High Energies with "half-bare" Particles

Luca Serafini, INFN Milano, Milan, Italy
Applications and Approaches of Advanced Gamma Ray Compton Sources

Bruce Carlsten, LANL, Los Alamos, USA
Applications and Approaches of Advanced Gamma Ray Compton Sources

Alexander Potylitsyn, TPU, Tomsk, Russia
Spectral Characteristics of Radiation at Thomson and Compton Scattering of Relativistic Electrons in Intense Laser Field

Karo Ispiryan, YerPhI, Yerevan, Armenia
Channeling, Dechanneling and Focusing of Charged Particle beams in Hollow Laser Beams

Anand Pathak, University of Hydarabad, India
Channeling and Channeling Radiation from Imperfect Crystals with Dislocations and Anharmonic Interactions

>> For the Complete List of the Contributions, please, use the link https://agenda.infn.it/contributionListDisplay.py?confId=7409