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3rd Conference on Extremely High Intensity Laser Physics

Sep 3, 2019. Past Events

The third Extremely High Intensity Laser Physics Conference (ExHILP 2019) is hosted by the PULSE Institute at Stanford University and co-sponsored by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The conference combines theory, experiment and simulations of laser-matter and laser-vacuum interactions at the highest intensities. This year ExHILP is focusing on Strong Field Quantum Electrodynamics (SFQED) with applications to astrophysics and cosmology, high-luminosity colliders and physics beyond the standard model. Experiments will include PW-class laser interactions in plasmas, ultra-relativistic particle and high energy photon beams.

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Location: Hewlett Teaching Center at Stanford University, Stanford, CA (USA)

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