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X-ray Astronomy and Particle Astrophysics.
International school

Рентгеновская астрономия и астрофизика частиц. Международная школа.
URSS. 2015. 304 с. ISBN 978-5-9710-1961-9.
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The summer science school of modern astrophysics was held between July 15--26, 2014, in Zelenogorsk, near Saint Petersburg.

Forty young scientists from Russia, Armenia, Vietnam, Italy, Finland, Germany, India, Turkey, and Uzbekistan participated in the school. They were all selected by the organizing committee on a competitive basis.

The Dynasty Foundation, Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and the RAS Scientific Council on Astronomy... (Подробнее)

I Quasi-Periodic Pulsations in Solar FlaresV.M. Nakariakov, D.Y. Kolotkov
 1.Solar flares: observations and model
 2.MHD waves in a non-uniform medium
 3.MHD-driven Mechanisms for Solar QPP
 4.Spontaneous Mechanisms for QPP
 5.Nonlinear properties of QPP
II Introduction to analysis of X-ray sources brightness variability and practical examples using data of RXTE observatory M.Revnivtsev
 2.Fourier transform
  2.1.Fourier transform of measurable functions.
 3.Estimation of parameters
  3.1.Hi^2 statistics
  3.2.Maximum likelihood approach
  3.3.Cash statistics
 4.Statistics of power density values
 5.Z_n^2 for periodic signal
 6.Power spectra from real data
III Cyclotron resonant interactions in space plasmas: generation of radiationA. G. Demekhov
 2.Basic theory of cyclotron resonant interactions
  2.1.Motion invariants. (Geo)magnetic trap and loss cone
  2.2.Basic equations and approximations
  2.3.Linear regime of wave generation
  2.4.Quasilinear regime of wave generation
 3.Generation of noise-like and discrete emissions in space plasmas
  3.1.Examples of electromagnetic emissions in the Earth's magnetosphere
  3.2.Attributes of (magnetospheric) plasma masers
  3.3.Specific features of cyclotron interactions in the inner magnetosphere
  3.4.Regimes of generation of noise-like emissions
  3.4.1.Bounce-averaged quasi-linear equations
  3.4.2.Regimes of pitch-angle diffusion
  3.4.3.Multi-level approximation
  3.4.4.Relaxation oscillations of the cyclotron instability
  3.4.5.Auto-oscillations upon the cyclotron instability
  3.4.6.Quasi-periodic VLF emissions
  3.4.7.Passive mode locking regime and periodic emissions
  3.5.Generation of discrete emissions
IV Modeling of Extreme Astrophysical Processes with Relativistic Laser PlasmasS. V. Bulanov
 2.Principle of Qualitative Scaling
 3.Electromagnetic Wave Parameters under Space Plasma Conditions
 4.Relativistic Laser Plasmas
 5.Wake Wave
 6.Ion Acceleration by Radiation Pressure
  6.1.Thin Foil Target Acceleration by Radiation Pressure
  6.2.Ion Acceleration from Extended Plasma Target
 7.Radiation Friction Effects
  7.1.Radiation Friction Effects on Charged Particle Motion
  7.2.Integral Scattering Cross Section
  7.3.Charged Particle Motion in the Field of Standing Electromagnetic Wave
  7.4.High Power gamma-Ray Flash Generation in the Laser Pulse Interaction with Inhomogeneous Plasma
  7.5.Spectrum of the Radiation Emitted by an Ensemble of Ultrarelativistic Electrons
 8.Extreme Field Limits
  8.1.Electron-Positron Pair Creation in the High Intensity Laser Interaction with Solid Targets
  8.2.Electron-Positron Gamma-Ray Plasma Generation via the Multi-Photon Breit--Wheeler Process
  8.3.Electron-Positron Plasma Creation from Vacuum
  8.4.Electromagnetic Field Configuration
  8.5.Vacuum Polarization
 9.Relativistic Flying Mirror Concept for Electromagnetic Field Intensificationand Frequency Upshifting
  9.1.Reflection of Electromagnetic Wave from Relativistic Mirror
  9.1.1.Reflection at the Mirror Moving with the Constant Velocity
  9.1.2.Light Reflection at the Accelerated Mirror
  9.2.Thin Electron Layer as a Relativistic Mirror
  9.2.1.Light Reflection at the Oscillating Mirror
  9.2.2.Reflection Coefficient of Electromagnetic Radiation from a Thin Electron Layer
  9.2.3.Relativistic Transparency of a Thin Plasma Layer
  9.3.Nonlinear plasma waves as relativistic mirrors
  9.3.1.Plasma Oscillations Excited in Near-Critical Inhomogeneous Plasma
  9.3.2.Nonlinear Wake Wave Excited by a Short Laser Pulse in Underderdense Plasmas
  9.3.3.Above-barrier Reflection from Caustics Formed by Breaking Plasma Waves
  9.4.Compact Source of High-Brightness X-Rays Based on the Mechanism of a Relativistic Flying Mirror
  9.4.1.The relativistic flying mirror in the nonlinear wake waves
  9.4.2.Experimental Demonstration of a Relativistic Flying Mirror
 10.Magnetic Field Line Reconnection and Charged Particle Acceleration
  10.1.Dimensionless parameters describing the relative roles of nonlinear, dissipative and Hall effects
  10.2.Current Sheet
  10.3.Charged Particle Acceleration
 11.Shock Waves
  11.1.Shock Waves in Supernova Remnants
  11.2.Collisionless Shock Waves
  11.3.Surfatron Acceleration Mechanism
  11.4.Diffusive Acceleration of Charged Particles at the Shock Wave Front
 12. Quasistatic and Turbulent Magnetic Field Generation and Charged Particle Acceleration via the Weibel Instability
V Introduction to the particle-in-cell simulation methodM. E. Dieckmann
 2.Elements of kinetic plasma theory
 3.The equations solved by a PIC code
  3.1.The field equations
  3.2.The particle equations
  3.3.The EPOCH code
 4.Case studies for the EPOCH code
  4.1.Study 1: Propagation of a electromagnetic wave with a long wavelength
  4.2.Study 2: Propagation of an electromagnetic wave with a short wavelength
  4.3.Study 3: Numerical dispersion of an electromagnetic wave packet
  4.4.Study 4: Initializing computational particles
  4.5.Study 5: Monochromatic Langmuir waves
  4.6.Study 6: The dispersion relation of Langmuir waves
  4.7.Study 7: The two-stream instability
  4.8.Study 8: The Whistler instability
  4.9.Study 9: Electrostatic shocks
 Bibliography VI Illustrations in color