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Williamson, S D R and Gray, R J and King, M and Wilson, R and Dance, R J and Armstrong, C and Rusby, D R and Brabetz, C and Wagner, F and Zielbauer, B and Bagnoud, V and Neely, D and McKenna, P (2020) Energy absorption and coupling to electrons in the transition from surface- to volume-dominant intense laser-plasma interaction regimes. New Journal of Physics, 22 (5). 053044. ISSN 1367-2630

Duff, M. J. and Wilson, R. and King, M. and Gonzalez-Izquierdo, B. and Higginson, A. and Williamson, S. D. R. and Davidson, Z. E. and Capdessus, R. and Booth, N. and Hawkes, S. and Neely, D. and Gray, R. J. and McKenna, P. (2020) High order mode structure of intense light fields generated via a laser-driven relativistic plasma aperture. Scientific Reports, 10. 105. ISSN 2045-2322

McIlvenny, A. and Doria, D. and Romagnani, L. and Ahmed, H. and Martin, P. and Williamson, S.D.R. and Ditter, E. J. and Ettlinger, O. and Hicks, G.S. and McKenna, P. and Najmudin, Z. and Neely, D. and Kar, S. and Borghesi, M. (2019) Absolute calibration of microchannel plate detector for carbon ions up to 250 MeV. Journal of Instrumentation, 14 (4). ISSN 1748-0221

Davidson, Z. E. and Gonzalez Izquierdo, B. and Higginson, A. and Lancaster, K. L. and Williamson, S. D. R. and King, M. and Farley, D. and Neely, D. and McKenna, P. and Gray, R. J. (2019) An optically multiplexed single-shot time-resolved probe of laser-plasma dynamics. Optics Express, 27 (4). pp. 4416-4423. ISSN 1094-4087

Gray, R J and Wilson, R and King, M and Williamson, S D R and Dance, R J and Armstrong, C and Brabetz, C and Wagner, F and Zielbauer, B and Bagnoud, V and Neely, D and McKenna, P (2018) Enhanced laser-energy coupling to dense plasmas driven by recirculating electron currents. New Journal of Physics, 20. 033021. ISSN 1367-2630

Higginson, A. and Gray, R. J. and King, M. and Dance, R. J. and Williamson, S. D. R. and Butler, N. M. H. and Wilson, R. and Capdessus, R. and Armstrong, C. and Green, J. S. and Hawkes, S. J. and Martin, P. and Wei, W. Q. and Mirfayzi, S. R. and Yuan, X. H. and Kar, S. and Borghesi, M. and Clarke, R. J. and Neely, D. and McKenna, P. (2018) Near-100 MeV protons via a laser-driven transparency-enhanced hybrid acceleration scheme. Nature Communications, 9. 724. ISSN 2041-1723

Martin, P. and Doria, D. and Romagnani, L. and Ahmed, H. and McIlvenny, A. and Scullion, C. and Williamson, S.D.R. and Ditter, E. J. and Hicks, G. and Ettlinger, O. C. and Scott, G. G. and Symes, D. R. and Booth, N. and Sgattoni, A. and Macchi, A. and Kar, S. and McKenna, P. and Najmudin, Z. and Neely, D. and Zepf, M. and Borghesi, M.; Fajardo, M. and Westerhof, E. and Riconda, C. and Melzer, A. and Bret, A. and Dromey, B., eds. (2017) Transition to light sail acceleration using ultraintense femtosecond pulses. In: 44th EPS Conference on Plasma Physics, EPS 2017. European Physical Society (EPS), GBR. ISBN 979109638907

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