Kim Arkady
Kim Arkady
Institute of Applied Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences
Verified email at ufp.appl.sci-nnov.ru
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Threshold of induced transparency in the relativistic interaction of an electromagnetic wave with overdense plasmas
F Cattani, A Kim, D Anderson, M Lisak
Physical Review E 62 (1), 1234, 2000
1262000
Anomalous radiative trapping in laser fields of extreme intensity
A Gonoskov, A Bashinov, I Gonoskov, C Harvey, A Ilderton, A Kim, ...
Physical review letters 113 (1), 014801, 2014
1222014
Ultrarelativistic nanoplasmonics as a route towards extreme-intensity attosecond pulses
AA Gonoskov, AV Korzhimanov, AV Kim, M Marklund, AM Sergeev
Physical Review E 84 (4), 046403, 2011
1022011
Few-optical-cycle solitons and pulse self-compression in a Kerr medium
SA Skobelev, DV Kartashov, AV Kim
Physical review letters 99 (20), 203902, 2007
852007
Adiabatic frequency up-conversion of a powerful electromagnetic pulse producing gas ionization
VB Gildenburg, AV Kim, VA Krupnov, VE Semenov, AM Sergeev, ...
IEEE transactions on plasma science 21 (1), 34-44, 1993
771993
From femtosecond to attosecond pulses
AV Kim, MY Ryabikin, AM Sergeev
Physics-Uspekhi 42 (1), 54-61, 1999
691999
Probing nonperturbative QED with optimally focused laser pulses
A Gonoskov, I Gonoskov, C Harvey, A Ilderton, A Kim, M Marklund, ...
Physical review letters 111 (6), 060404, 2013
652013
Ultrabright GeV photon source via controlled electromagnetic cascades in laser-dipole waves
A Gonoskov, A Bashinov, S Bastrakov, E Efimenko, A Ilderton, A Kim, ...
Physical Review X 7 (4), 041003, 2017
622017
Electromagnetic energy penetration in the self-induced transparency regime of relativistic laser-plasma interactions
M Tushentsov, A Kim, F Cattani, D Anderson, M Lisak
Physical review letters 87 (27), 275002, 2001
612001
Multicascade proton acceleration by a superintense laser pulse in the regime of relativistically induced slab transparency
AA Gonoskov, AV Korzhimanov, VI Eremin, AV Kim, AM Sergeev
Physical review letters 102 (18), 184801, 2009
552009
Widely tunable mid-infrared fiber laser source based on soliton self-frequency shift in microstructured tellurite fiber
MY Koptev, EA Anashkina, AV Andrianov, VV Dorofeev, AF Kosolapov, ...
Optics letters 40 (17), 4094-4097, 2015
522015
New horizons for extreme light physics with mega-science project XCELS
AV Bashinov, AA Gonoskov, AV Kim, G Mourou, AM Sergeev
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 223 (6), 1105-1112, 2014
512014
Ionization instabilities of an electromagnetic wave
VB Gildenburg, AV Kim
Sov. Phys. JETP 74 (1), 141, 1978
501978
Relativistic self-induced transparency effect during ultraintense laser interaction with overdense plasmas: Why it occurs and its use for ultrashort electron bunch generation
VI Eremin, AV Korzhimanov, AV Kim
Physics of Plasmas 17 (4), 043102, 2010
482010
Excitation of ultrashort bursts of harmonics of the radiation during ionization of a gas by an intense light pulse
EV Vanin, MS Downer, AV Kim, AM Sergeev
JETP Letters 58 (12), 900-906, 1993
451993
Intense electron beam propagation through insulators: Ionization front structure and stability
SI Krasheninnikov, AV Kim, BK Frolov, R Stephens
Physics of Plasmas 12 (7), 073105, 2005
432005
Possibility of sharp increase in the frequency of the radiation of ionizing laser pulse in gas
VB Gil’denburg, AV Kim, AM Sergeev
JETP Letters 51 (2), 104-107, 1990
421990
DDF-based all-fiber optical source of femtosecond pulses smoothly tuned in the telecommunication range
AV Andrianov, SV Muraviev, AV Kim, AA Sysoliatin
Laser Physics 17 (11), 1296-1302, 2007
402007
Generating femtosecond optical pulses tunable from 2 to 3 μm with a silica-based all-fiber laser system
EA Anashkina, AV Andrianov, MY Koptev, SV Muravyev, AV Kim
Optics Letters 39 (10), 2963-2966, 2014
382014
Generating tunable optical pulses over the ultrabroad range of 1.6–2.5 μm in GeO2-doped silica fibers with an Er:fiber laser source
EA Anashkina, AV Andrianov, MY Koptev, VM Mashinsky, SV Muravyev, ...
Optics express 20 (24), 27102-27107, 2012
382012
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