Monthly Archives: November 2020

Unconventional uses for lasers and optics

I think many people don’t understand how and why lasers and optics are important in our lives. We all probably know about CD readers and laser hair removal, but there are a myriad of applications and uses for lasers that … Continue reading

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My presentation at HILAS 2020

Yesterday, Monday 16 Nov 2020, I presented a talk “Electron acceleration with high-intensity radially-polarized laser beams having spatio-temporal couplings” at the remote High-intensity Lasers and High-field Phenomena (HILAS) meeting, part of the High-brightness Sources & Light-driven Interactions Congress. This was … Continue reading

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Interesting open source and free tutorial sites

I just wrote about how I think Plan S is not the right solution for open science. This may be a controversial opinion, but rather than focusing on that, I want to focus on what we can add to the … Continue reading

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