Workshop WP6 D6.1 Key Technological Issues in Construction and Exploitation of 100 PW Class Lasers

from to (Europe/Moscow)
at river boat "Nizhny Novgorod"
Moscow-St. Petersburg, Russia
The CREMLIN workshop 
"Key technological issues in construction and exploitation of 100 PW class lasers"
will be held from July 22 through July 28, 2017 on board the river boat cruising 
from Moscow to St.-Petersburg, Russia.
Organized by the Institute of Applied Physics RAS
Chaired by Alexander Sergeev (IAP) and  Catalin Miron (ELI)
The laser complex XCELS developed at IAP RAS provides a wonderful opportunity 
for establishing and enhancing scientific cooperation and strong networks between 
this Russian megascience facility and the European research infrastructures. 
Identification of key technological issues relevant to 100 PW class laser systems 
is the principal goal of the workshop.
The Scope of the Workshop includes but is not restricted to
The physics of petawatt and multi-petawatt lasers
Pump lasers for final cascades of (parametrical) chirped pulse amplifiers 
Characterization of high power laser beams and pulses
Increase of repetition rate of high power lasers
The workshop will be held as part of the International Symposium 
"Topical  Problems of Nonlinear Wave Physics". 
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