2019 US-Japan Workshop on Theory and Simulations of High Energy Density Physics with Extreme Fields

AGENDA  |  TRAVEL GUIDANCE  |  REGISTRATION FEE  |  REGISTRATION FORM

21 - 22 September 2019

Osaka, Japan

This is a two day US-Japan workshop focused on theory and simulations of high energy density phenomena in laser-plasma interactions. Our focus is on interactions at relativistic and near-relativistic intensities that require a kinetic description. The goal is to highlight new developments and ideas associated with multi-ps beams, pulse shaping, externally driven magnetic fields, plasma generated strong magnetic fields, and photon emission. The scope is not restricted to these topics. The priority is to bring together researchers from the US and Japan and to enable an exchange of ideas in an informal setting without significant time constraints. The workshop will consist of oral presentations and a considerable amount of time will be allocated for follow-up discussions. 
 

Workshop Organizers: 

Yasuhiko Sentoku (Institute of Laser Engineering, Osaka University, Japan)
Alex Arefiev (UC San Diego, USA)
Tomoyuki Johzaki (Hiroshima University, Japan)

Agenda

Agenda

The Agenda will be available soon.

Travel Guidance

Travel Guidance

The workshop will take place at Osaka University Nakanoshima Center  (4-chōme-3-53 Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Ōsaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu 530-0005).

The Nakanoshima Center is located in the downtown of Osaka near the Osaka Castle and very close to the IFSA conference site. 

Please see our detailed instructions on how to get to the Center.

Additional information regarding traveling in Osaka is available at the official website of the Osaka Convention & Tourist Bureau.

Registration Fee

Registration Fee

No registration fee is needed to attend this workshop.

Registration Form

Registration Form