Extended particle-in-cell schemes for physics in ultrastrong laser fields: Review and developments.

@article{Gonoskov2015ExtendedPS,
  title={Extended particle-in-cell schemes for physics in ultrastrong laser fields: Review and developments.},
  author={A. Gonoskov and S. Bastrakov and E. Efimenko and A. Ilderton and M. Marklund and I. Meyerov and A. Muraviev and A. Sergeev and I. Surmin and E. Wallin},
  journal={Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={92 2},
  pages={
          023305
        }
}
We review common extensions of particle-in-cell (PIC) schemes which account for strong field phenomena in laser-plasma interactions. After describing the physical processes of interest and their numerical implementation, we provide solutions for several associated methodological and algorithmic problems. We propose a modified event generator that precisely models the entire spectrum of incoherent particle emission without any low-energy cutoff, and which imposes close to the weakest possible… Expand
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