I’m a post doctoral researcher working on the MAGPIE pulsed-power generator (1.4 MA, 250 ns). My research interests include: X-Ray driven plasma ablation experiments, laboratory astrophysics, and diagnostic development.
The diagnostics with which I work most frequently are: Optical Thomson scattering, X-Ray self emission imaging, and X-Ray continuum spectroscopy.
Twitter profile: @_Jack_Halliday
Landing page: https://jackhalliday.github.io/
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