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Biography

Dr. Rafael Rodríguez Pérez

University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain


Email: rrodriguez@dfis.ulpgc.es


Qualifications

Ph.D., University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria


Publications (Selected)

  1. Opacity calculations in hot and dense plasma by using analytical potentials.Laser and Particle Beams. (1996). 14, 631-635.
  2. Developments and comparison of two DENIM opacity models. Nuclear Instru- ments and Methods in Physics Research A (1998) 415, 539-542.
  3. Calculation of the ionisation state for LTE plasmas using analytical potentials. Laser and Particle Beams (1999) 17, 635-647.
  4. Scaling law of radiative opacities for ICF elements. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A (2001) 464, 218-224.
  5. An analytical potential for single excited configurations. Proceedings of The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) (2001) vol: 4424, pp. 320-323.
  6. Analytical atomic hydrogenic model for calculation of plasma optical properties. Proceedings of The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) (2001) vol:4424, pp. 316-319.
  7. A screened hydrogenic model using analytical potentials. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2002) 72, 575-588.
  8. Analytical opacity formulas for ICF elements. Fusion Engineering Design (2002) 60, 17-25.
  9. Calculation of the ionisation state for LTE plasmas using a new rela- tivisticscreened hydrogenic model based on analytical potential. Laser and Particle Beams(2002) 20, 145-151.
  10. Fast calculation of plasma prominent atomic magnitudes by using a new Analytical potential for excited configurations. Laser and Particle Beams (2002) 20,139-144.
  11. An effective analytical potential including plasma effects. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2002) 75, 539-557.
  12. Development of an analytical potential to include excited configurations. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2002) 75, 723-739.
  13. Access to spectrally resolved ultra-dense hot low Z emissivities and opacities. Spectral Line Shapes (2002) vol. 12, C. A. Back (Ed.) American Institute of Physics Proceedings, pp. 340-351.
  14. Ultra-dense hot low Z line transition emissivity and opacity simulations.Spectral Line Shapes (2002) Vol. 12, C. A. Back (Ed.) American Institute of Physics Proceedings, pp. 352-358.
  15. Low Z opacities at high densities. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2003) 81, 441-450.
  16. A comparison of two atomic models for the radiative properties of dense hot low Z plasmas. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2003) 81, 301-309.
  17. Recent theoretical and experimental results on inertial fusion energy physics.Proceedings of The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) (2003) vol:5228, pp. 196-206.
  18. Calculation of the radiative opacity of laser-produced plasmas using a new relativistic-screened hydrogenic model. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2004) 83, 159-182.
  19. Relativistic quantum-mechanic calculation of the photo-ionization cross-section of hydrogenic and non-hydrogenic states using analytical potentials. Journal ofQuantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer. (2005) 91, 393-413.
  20. Opacities and line transfer in high density plasma. Laser and Particle Beams (2005) 23,2, 199-203.
  21. Code to calculate optical properties for plasmas in a wide range of densities. Journal de Physique IV (2006) 133, 981-984.
  22. Line photon transport in a non-homogeneous plasma using radiative coupling coefficients. Journal de Physique IV (2006) 133, 993-996.
  23. Calculation of optical properties for hot plasmas using a screened hydrogenic model. Journal de Physique IV (2006) 133, 997-1001.
  24. Calculation of opacities and emissivities for carbon hot plasmas both under LTE and NLTE conditions. Journal de Physique IV (2006) 133, 1005-1008.
  25. Photoionization cross section of non-hydrogenic levels for weakly coupled plasmas. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (2007) 108, 239-255.
  26. Screening effects on the atomic magnitudes of non-hydrogenic ions in strongly coupled plasmas. Physica Scripta (2007) 76, 418-427.
  27. Determination of Corona, LTE and NLTE regimes of optically thin carbon plasmas. Laser and Particle Beams (2008) 26, 21-31.