Awards and Honors
for his work advancing fusion and plasma sciences
Citation: "For elegant diagnostics using collective Thomson scattering together with x-ray spectroscopy which greatly advanced the understanding of the complex plasma environment in laser driven hohlraums used in inertial confinement fusion."
for the research proposal on Ab initio studies of nonlinear electromagnetic metamaterials and plasmonics
for Outstanding Early Career Contributions to Plasma Physics Research
60,000,000 processor hours for his proposal Ab initio modeling of the dynamical stability of HED plasmas: from fusion to astrophysics
for his PhD thesis on Multi-scale PIC modeling of high energy density scenarios: from laboratory to astrophysics
Luke B. Fletcher