Poster Prize

  • During the school two poster sessions will be developed
  • Cambridge University Press will offer two prizes of £100 each to spend on books.

  • Cambridge University Press (CUP) is the publishing business of the University of Cambridge. Granted letters patent by King Henry VIII in 1534, it is the world's oldest publishing house and the second-largest university press in the world.

  • The oral presentations will be just in one slide. You have to present in one minute. We send you a template. 
  • The poster format is maximum A0
  • The poster is mandatory to be in vertical


Poster List. Order to oral presentation.

  • P1. Angle-resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  • P2. Towards simulating laser beams with Spatio-temporal couplings
  • P3. Towards optical vortices with reflective adaptive optics
  • P4. Strategies for Target Debris Characterization and Mitigation
  • P5. Ion beam-plasma interaction model for the analysis of the hot-spot formation in the fast ignition ICF scheme
  • P6. Design and Development of an astigmatic auto-focus system based on a Si-CMOS image sensor for femtosecond laser pulses
  • P7. Terahertz spectroscopy for the diagnosis of laser-driven plasma wakefield accelerated electron beams
  • P8. Laser-Ion Acceleration at the Centre for Advanced Laser Applications (CALA)
  • P9. Feasibility of LIBS based on TEA CO₂ laser for atomic and molecular analysis of solid materials
  • P10. Laser Accelerated Proton beams
  • P11. Study of EUV laser ablation for fusion applications
  • P12. Levine-Louie's dielectric function to describe the gain of thermal energy in a nuclear fusion fuel
  • P13. Transition to different proton acceleration regimes by optical control and plasma tailoring
  • P14. Calorimetry Techniques for Absolute Dosimetry of Laser-Driven Ion Beams
  • P15. Laser-driven ion acceleration of heavy ion species towards a fission-fusion reaction mechanism
  • P16. Numerical studies om implosion dynamics MagLIF
  • P17. Numerical investigations about the effects of magnetic field on the formation of a plasma jet
  • P18. Optical materials modified by plasma-induced shock waves generated using bulk-focused laser pulses
  • P19. A novel double spike pulse shape for OMEGA cryogenic implosions