David C Carroll
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Bright multi-keV harmonic generation from relativistically oscillating plasma surfaces
B Dromey, S Kar, C Bellei, DC Carroll, RJ Clarke, JS Green, S Kneip, ...
Physical Review Letters 99 (8), 085001, 2007
Radiochromic film imaging spectroscopy of laser-accelerated proton beams
F Nürnberg, M Schollmeier, E Brambrink, A Blažević, DC Carroll, K Flippo, ...
Review of scientific instruments 80 (3), 033301, 2009
Diffraction-limited performance and focusing of high harmonics from relativistic plasmas
B Dromey, D Adams, R Hörlein, Y Nomura, SG Rykovanov, DC Carroll, ...
Nature Physics 5 (2), 146-152, 2009
Guiding of relativistic electron beams in solid targets by resistively controlled magnetic fields
S Kar, APL Robinson, DC Carroll, O Lundh, K Markey, P McKenna, ...
Physical review letters 102 (5), 055001, 2009
Effects of front surface plasma expansion on proton acceleration in ultraintense laser irradiation of foil targets
P McKenna, DC Carroll, O Lundh, F Nürnberg, K Markey, ...
Laser and Particle Beams 26 (4), 591-596, 2008
Lateral electron transport in high-intensity laser-irradiated foils diagnosed by ion emission
P McKenna, DC Carroll, RJ Clarke, RG Evans, KWD Ledingham, ...
Physical review letters 98 (14), 145001, 2007
Dynamic control of laser-produced proton beams
S Kar, K Markey, PT Simpson, C Bellei, JS Green, SR Nagel, S Kneip, ...
Physical review letters 100 (10), 105004, 2008
Laser-driven ultrafast field propagation on solid surfaces
K Quinn, PA Wilson, CA Cecchetti, B Ramakrishna, L Romagnani, G Sarri, ...
Physical review letters 102 (19), 194801, 2009
Physics, Technology and the Nuclear Arms Race: Aip Conference Proceedings
DW Hafemeister, D Schroeer
American Institute of physics, 1983
Effect of lattice structure on energetic electron transport in solids irradiated by ultraintense laser pulses
P McKenna, APL Robinson, D Neely, MP Desjarlais, DC Carroll, ...
Physical Review Letters 106 (18), 185004, 2011
Instrumentation for diagnostics and control of laser-accelerated proton (ion) beams
PR Bolton, M Borghesi, C Brenner, DC Carroll, C De Martinis, F Fiorini, ...
Physica Medica 30 (3), 255-270, 2014
Instrumentation for diagnostics and control of laser-accelerated proton (ion) beams
PR Bolton, M Borghesi, C Brenner, DC Carroll, C De Martinis, F Fiorini, ...
Physica Medica 30 (3), 255-270, 2014
Refluxing of fast electrons in solid targets irradiated by intense, picosecond laser pulses
MN Quinn, XH Yuan, XX Lin, DC Carroll, O Tresca, RJ Gray, M Coury, ...
Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion 53 (2), 025007, 2011
High efficiency proton beam generation through target thickness control in femtosecond laser-plasma interactions
JS Green, APL Robinson, N Booth, DC Carroll, RJ Dance, RJ Gray, ...
Applied Physics Letters 104 (21), 214101, 2014
Spectral enhancement in the double pulse regime of laser proton acceleration
K Markey, P McKenna, CM Brenner, DC Carroll, MM Günther, K Harres, ...
Physical review letters 105 (19), 195008, 2010
A modified Thomson parabola spectrometer for high resolution multi-MeV ion measurements—Application to laser-driven ion acceleration
DC Carroll, P Brummitt, D Neely, F Lindau, O Lundh, CG Wahlström, ...
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators …, 2010
High Power Laser Sci
XH Yuan, Y Fang, DC Carroll, DA MacLellan, F Du, N Booth, M Burza, ...
Eng 2, e5, 2014
Towards optical polarization control of laser-driven proton acceleration in foils undergoing relativistic transparency
B Gonzalez-Izquierdo, M King, RJ Gray, R Wilson, RJ Dance, H Powell, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-10, 2016
Proton acceleration enhanced by a plasma jet in expanding foils undergoing relativistic transparency
HW Powell, M King, RJ Gray, DA MacLellan, B Gonzalez-Izquierdo, ...
New Journal of Physics 17 (10), 103033, 2015
Ballistic focusing of polyenergetic protons driven by petawatt laser pulses
S Kar, K Markey, M Borghesi, DC Carroll, P McKenna, D Neely, MN Quinn, ...
Physical review letters 106 (22), 225003, 2011
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