Ultra-short electromagnetic sources have numerous possible advanced applications including: the creation and investigation of new drugs and other medically significant molecular structures; investigation of energy processes in DNA structures; treatment of cancerous and genetic diseases; development of industrial materials used under high pressure; nuclear waste treatment and storage; fusion reactions.
Presents the latest developments in this developing technology
A key topic for researchers in physics and medicine
Well-known author in both Europe and the United States
laser beam source
ultra-wideband ultra-short electromagnetic pulses
synchrotron radiation sources
Interaction with matter
Space-time and time-frequency approaches. 2. Ultra-short electromagnetic pulse generation and interaction: Theoretical and analytical approach
Instrumentation for ultra-short pulse generation and signal data processing
applications. 3. Ultra-short Laser-Matter Interactions: Nuclear fusion and laser-produced plasmas
Ultra-short laser pulses and interaction with matter. 4. Temporal Aspects for a Synchrotron Radiation source: Interaction of Ultra-short X-ray Pulses with Matter: Progress and trends in instrumentation and X-ray optics
X-ray temporal modulation for dynamic studies in condensed matter in biology, biochemistry and medicine.
Jean-Francois Eloy is author of numerous papers and articles that have appeared in international publications and has occupied research positions at the Research Centre of Strasbourg-Cronenbourg, the French Atomic Energy Agency and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility as well as consultant expert at MIT in the USA.