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EPSRC Reference: GR/M01784/01
Title: MULTIPHOTON AND ELECTRON COLLISIONS HPC CONSORTIUM 1998-2000
Principal Investigator: Taylor, Professor K
Other Investigators:
Berrington, Professor K.A. Allan, Dr A Burnett, Professor K
Knight, Professor Sir P Rose, Professor S Scott, Dr M
Walters, Professor H Allan, Dr R Burke, Professor PG
Tennyson, Professor J Morgan, Dr L Noble, Professor CJ
Whelan, Dr C McCann, Dr J Scott, Professor NS
Potvliege, Dr RM
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Department: Sch of Mathematics and Physics
Organisation: Queen's University of Belfast
Scheme: Standard Research (Pre-FEC)
Starts: 01 July 1998 Ends: 31 December 2001 Value (£): 108,486
EPSRC Research Topic Classifications:
Atoms & Ions
EPSRC Industrial Sector Classifications:
No relevance to Underpinning Sectors
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The proposal embodies research vital to maintain a UK world-lead in crucial and fundamental areas of theoretical/computational atomic, molecular and optical physics involving muliphoton and electron collision processes. Massivley-parellel HPC resource identified for seven areas in multiphoton absorption and six areas in electron collisions. The seven areas in multiphoton absorption are:1. Laser-driven dissociative ionisation of H22. Laser-driven helium3. R-matrix (Floquet and Time-dependent)4. Non-sequential double ionisation for elliptically polarised fields5. Relativistic dynamics6. Pulse propagation7. Electron-electron interactions in cluster dynamicsThe six areas in electron collisions are:1. Iron-peak elements2. Intermediate energy collisions3. Rydberg states4. Atoms in crossed fields5. Positron - and positronium atom collisions6. (e,2e) collisions
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