报告题目：Tungsten Spectroscopy form Electron Beam Ion Traps and Relevence to Fusion Plasma Diagnostics
Speaker: Roger Hutton
Shanghai EBIT Lab., Fudan University. Shanghai, China
Spectroscopic data from all charge states of Tungsten ions is of vital importance to ITER plasma diagnostics. However, there is very little data actually known and providing useful data for Tungsten ions presents many very difficult challenges. I will discuss some of the efforts we have made at the Shanghai Electron Beam Ion Trap laboratory to produce such data. Starting with simple atomic structures such as W^27+, and, move on to more difficult cases. Finally I will discuss a possible calibration scheme, both for wavelength and relative line intensity, for soft X- ray spectrometers based on atomic structure.
CV of Professor Roger Hutton
University of Birmingham, England, 1974-1977, Bsc. in Mathematical Physics
Imperial College, University of London, 1977-1978, Msc. in Applied Optics
Queen Elizabeth College (London), 1978-1979, London, research student in optics
Lunds Universitet, Sweden, 1983-1988, Phd. in Atomic Spectroscopy. Supervisor Professor Indrek Martinson,
Lawrence Berkeley/Livermore Laboratories, 1988-1990
Manne Siegbahn Laboratory, Stockholm, 1990-1991.
Researcher, Atomic Spectroscopy, Lunds Universitet, 1991-1994
Associate Professor, Atomic Spectroscopy, Lunds Universitet, 1994-2002.
Associate Professor, Astronomi, Lunds Universitet, 2002 – 2005
Full Professor, Modern Physics Institute, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2005 –
Over 80 publications in refereed journals covering fields from atomic spectroscopy to collisions of slow and ultra-relativistic particles.
Publications, which I have been involved with, have been cited in over 300 papers where I am not an author.
Numerous grants from Swedish and EU agencies.
2007 Natural Science Foundation of China, X ray detection development, 1.8 million Chinese Yuen. Also grants for fusion related spectroscopy (nsfc) and detector development in Japan.
Co-chaired five international workshops in recent years and co-edited proceedings for three of the meetings. Co-editor on a book on the Physics of Highly Charged Ions (Taylor and Fransic 2011). Member of the international organizing committees for the following conferences: Physics of Highly Charged Ions (HCI), Atom Structure and Oscillator Strengths (ASOS) and Physics of Electronic, Atomic and Photonic Collisions (ICPEAC).