Projective Objective The objective of this program is to understand and control the interaction of electromagnetic energy and charged particles to produce useful work in a variety of arenas, including directed energy weapons, sensors and radar, electronic warfare, communications, and novel compact accelerators. While the focus of this effort is the generation and collective interaction of electromagnetic fields and plasmas, advances in the enabling technology of compact pulsed power, including innovative dielectric and magnetic materials for high-density energy storage, switching devices, and non-linear transmission lines are also of fundamental interest. This portfolio will also consider research increasing the scientific understanding required to predict heat transfer across a broad range of temporal and spatial scales, both in plasmas, in the connection of plasma to energy supplying electrodes, and in advanced materials facing the extreme environments associated with energy dense materials.
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Program Reviews & Meetings
Program OverviewAFOSR Spring Review 2014 Presentation by then program officer, Dr. John Luginsland
Contact InformationDr. Jason A. Marshall AFOSR/RTB-1 Email: EEphysics@us.af.mil