Min Sup Hur (허민섭)
- Theory and simulation of Laser-plasma interaction
Current Research Interests
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Radiation Emission from Plasmas
Plasma is a gaseous collection of charged particles, and intrinsically, an oscillator, having a potential as an ultra-powerful source of electromagnetic radiations.
- Utilizing the laser-plasma systems as novel Terahertz sources with ultra-intense field strength beyond GV/cm, and selective, high frequency in 1 – 30 THz.
- A new way of understanding the unsolved, mysterious astrophysical radio emission from deep space and the Sun in terms of plasma emission.
Particle Acceleration from Laser-Plasma Interactions and plasma-based Laser-amplification
- A portable, compact particle accelerator for advanced light sources and cancer therapy.
- Understanding of exotic particle acceleration mechanism by plasma shock wave
- Theoretical understanding of ultra-intense laser and thin-foil interaction; plasma heating mechanism, light-sail regime of ion acceleration, etc.
- Theoretical and simulation study of Raman backscattering of the laser pulse and its application on laser-amplification for extremely high-energy- density-physics.
Design of advanced divertors for next-generation Nuclear-Fusion device
- Simulation study of edge-plasma in Tokamak.
- Design of exotic divertor structure to reduce the heat and particle fluxes on the divertor.
- International collaboration with KSTAR, ITER and other world-wide, Tokamak-based research groups.
- B.S. in Physics (1996), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
- M.S. in Physics (1998), POSTECH, Pohang, Korea, Advisor: Prof. Jae Koo Lee
- Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (Physics Major) (2000), POSTECH, Pohang, Korea , Advisor: Prof. Jae Koo Lee
- Postdoctoral research associate in the Group of Prof. Jonathan Wurtele
- Department of Physics, UC Berkeley (2001 – 2004)
- Assistant Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UNIST (2009 – 2012)
- Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, UNIST (2012 – 2013)
- Associate Professor, Department of Physics, UNIST (2013 – present)
- Increased impedance near cut-off in plasma-like media leading to emission of high-power, narrow-bandwidth radiation, Scientific Reports 7:40034 (2017).
- An ultra-high gain and efficient amplifier based on Raman amplification in plasma, Scientific Reports 7:2399 (2017).
- Strong terahertz emission from electromagnetic diffusion near cutoff in plasma, New J. Phys. 17, 043045 (2015).
- Shock ion acceleration by an ultrashort circularly polarized laser pulse via relativistic transparency in an exploded target, Phys. Rev. E 92, 043102 (2015).
- Numerical study of 1.1 GeV electron acceleration over a-few- millimeter-long plasma with a tapered density, Phys. Plasmas 18, 033102 (2011).
- Two dimensional simulations of the amplification and focusing of intense laser pulses in the kinetic regime of Raman backward amplification in plasmas, Comp. Phys. Comm. 180, 651 (2009).
- Electron kinetic effects on Raman backscatter in plasmas, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 115003 (2004).