Fiber-based interferometry has made significant inroads within the dynamic compression community. The simplicity and robustness of PDF initially led to rapid proliferation in areas where other techniques do not work well. While first generation systems badly handled low velocity transients, PDV is now applied in tandem with or in place of traditional wave profile diagnostics. Velocities ranging from cm/s to 20+ km/s are accessible with commercially available equipment, opening up a vast range of experimental possibilities.
The workshop will be held at the Schiff Auditorium located in Technical Area I of Sandia National Laboratories. The workshop will feature tutorials, contributed talks, vendor presentations, and guided discussions over two full days. Subjects of interest include:
A more detailed agenda will be made available in the future. Speakers that would like to contribute a talk should contact Daniel Dolan with a working title as soon as possible.
PDV Users Workshop Archives: To view presentations from previous PDV User Workshops, click here.
This workshop will be open to all participants without charge. The meeting will be held in the Schiff Auditorium (Building 825) at Sandia National Laboratories. All attendees must register before October 8 by emailing Laveryn Apodaca. Visitor badges will be available to U.S. citizens and foreign nationals with advance notice.
Lodging reservations for the event can be made directly with Marriott reservations at 1-800-334-2086 or using the web site Albuquerque Marriott. Ask for the Sandia National Laboratories Workshop.