Laser-driven relativistic plasmas applied for science, industry, and medicine: the 1st international symposium, Kyoto, Japan, 17-20 September 2007
These Proceedings are devoted to the studies of intense laser-plasma interactions and its applications, especially in medicine, such as hadron therapy. They address the laser driven accelerators of charged particles and the laser driven coherent and incoherent x-ray sources. In relation to quantum field physics and astrophysics, special attention is paid to the generation of super intense electromagnetic waves and super strong static magnetic fields in high power laser-matter interactions.
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