Please note that the programme is subject to change.

The event will start with registration on Monday 30 March on the first floor at Swallow House. The main conference sessions will start at 13:40 on Monday 30 March and close at lunchtime on Thursday 2 April

Monday 30 March Tuesday 31 March Wednesday 1 April Thursday 2 April Poster Session

Poster Session 1 - Monday 30 March

P:01 Plasmas produced in conducting solutions
W G Graham, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P:02 Studies of physical and chemical aspects of a cool plasma jet.
W G Graham, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

P:03 Simulations of the plasma response to applied 3D Fields in tokamaks
D A Ryan, University of York, UK,

P:04 Numerical simulation of Langmuir probes in magnetised plasmas
S Murphy-Sugrue, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK

P:05 Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) in cratered targets
B Delaney, Dublin City University, Ireland

P:06 Anisotropic emission from an aluminium laser produced plasma
G A Wubetu, Dublin City University, Republic of Ireland

P:07 Laser produced plasmas in liquid environments
N Walsh, Dublin City University, Ireland

P:08 X-ray imaging of inertial confinement fusion capsules at Orion
S Gales, AWE, UK

P:09 Design of direct drive implosion targets on Orion
J E Coltman, AWE, UK

P:10 Self-consistent absorption and transport models for short pulse laser-matter interaction
M G Ramsay, AWE Aldermaston, UK

P:11 Numerical modelling of laser-plasma interaction
W Hanks, Dublin City University Dublin, Ireland

P:12 Single-shot fourier transform spectroscopy for Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS)
S J Davitt, Dublin City University, Ireland

P:13 Extreme ultraviolet absorption measurements of low Z, low density, low temperature plasmas at the Orion Laser Facility
L M R Hobbs, AWE, UK

P:14 Numerical simulations to study transient evolution of linear kinetic Alfven wave in inhomogeneous plasma
R Goyal, IIT Delhi, India

P:15 Laboratory simulations of magnetospheric cyclotron instabilities
K Ronald, University of Strathclyde, UK

P:16 Conical guides for fast electrons generated via resistivity gradients
A P L Robinson, STFC Rutherford-Appleton Lab, UK

P:17 Tokamak stability in the presence of weak non-axisymmetric magnetic perturbations
C J Ham, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, UK

Poster Session 2 - Wednesday 1 April

P:18 J
et formation from locally heated laser-irradiated targets
H Schmitz, STFC Rutherford-Appleton Lab, UK

P:19 Preparations for inelastic ion impact excitation in future fusion plasmas: A unified semi- classical, impact parameter approach implemented in the ADAS framework
M Bluteau, University of Strathclyde, UK

P:20 Determining the saturation threshold of electromagnetic cascades caused by counter-propagating 10PW laser pulses
C Slade-Lowther, University of York, UK

P:21 Structure factor measurements for warm dense iron
S White, Centre for Plasma Physics, UK

P:22 Plasma mirror characterisation on the picosecond timescale
P S Foster, Central Laser Facility, STFC, UK 

P:23 Transport in tokamaks with tilted elliptical flux surfaces
J Ball, University of Oxford, UK 

P:24 Temporal contrast enhancement in high power laser systems employing optical parametric amplification techniques
A Sharba, Queen's University Belfast, UK

P:25 ELITE and extension to low toroidal mode number
A E L Dowsett, University of York, UK

P:26 Measurement of the radial electric field in the boundary plasma of MAST and its impact on turbulence
N R Walkden, CCFE, Culham Science Centre, UK

P:27 Plasma source for neutral beam etching
Y Sutton, The Open University, UK

P:28 Fast-neutron generation by laser-driven deuterium ions from ultrathin targets
A Alejo, Centre for Plasma Physics, Queen’s University of Belfast, UK 

P:29 The effect of plamsa inhomogeneity on (i) radio emission generation by non-gyrotropic electron beams and (ii) particle acceleration by Langmuir waves
D Tsiklauri, Queen Mary University of London, UK

P:30 The dependance of tungsten fuzz growth on He ion fluence in the range 1024-1028 m2
T J Petty, University of Liverpool, UK

P:31 Modeling heat pulse propagation in Large Helical Device
S C Chapman, University of Warwick, UK

P:32 ELM occurence times in relation to the phase evolution of global plasma measurements in JET
S C Chapman, Centre for Fusion, UK 

P:33 Suppression of Relativistic Laser Bean Filamentation via Elliptical Beam Profile
T W Huang, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK