Experimentalist Felicie Albert and team
Members of an international team are studying betatron x-ray radiation using the Titan laser at the Jupiter Laser Facility at Lawrence Livermore.

The HEDS Center is collaborating with graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty members. Through such collaborations, the center addresses the most exciting and challenging HEDS problems that impact LLNL and the Department of Energy and helps shape the future of HED science by pushing the frontiers and engaging with the next-generation of research leaders. The center aims to serve as a focal point, bringing together worldwide expertise with state-of-the-art experimental and computational facilities to advance HEDS for the benefit of the LLNL's national security mission and the broader community.

Recent efforts include establishing:

  • A HEDS consortium aimed at expending interest in HEDS research and collaboration at partner universities
  • The $4.1 million UC-funded Center for Frontiers in HEDS
  • HEDS graduate studentships at UK universities
  • A Research in Industrial Partnerships collaboration with University of California at Los Angeles students
  • Sabbatical programs for faculty and Los Alamos National Laboratory and LLNL staff