Simulation of the autoresonance excitation of particles in a nested Penning trap. The energy gained injects particles into the adjacent well where another population of particles with opposite charge is located. more...
About the Group
Our research comprises theoretical investigations in a variety of critical problem areas related to advanced accelerator concepts, high gradient acceleration, and the basic equilibrium and stability properties of intense charged particle beams and laser-plasma systems.
Prof. Wurtele is also a Senior Faculty Scientist at the Center for Beam Physics in the Accelerator and Fusion Research Division of LBNL.