Jean-Pierre Matte

Professeur INRS

Areas of expertise

Kinetic effects in plasmas , Merger

  • Honorary professor at INRS

Phone
514 228-6927

E-mail
matte@emt.inrs.ca

Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications Research Centre

1650, boulevard Lionel-Boulet
Varennes (Québec)  J3X 1S2
CANADA

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Publications

Shoucri M., Matte J.P., Côté A.
Numerical simulation of an inductively coupled discharge using an Eulerian Vlasov code
J PHYS D APPL PHYS Sept 2003 Vol: 36(17) Pages: 2083-2088

 

Alouani Bibi F., Matte J.-P.
Enhanced electron-ion energy exchange due to a super-Gaussian electron velocity distribution function
Phys Plasmas 2003 Vol: 10(4) Pages: 1120-1123

 

Alouani Bibi F., Matte J.-P.
Influence of the electron distribution function shape on nonlocal electron heat transport in laser-heated plasmas
Phys Rev E 2002 Vol: 66(6) Pages: 066414-1 à 5

 

Alouani Bibi F., Matte J.-P.
Fokker-Planck simulations and non-local heat flow models of the heating of an underdense plasma by an intense and narrow laser beam
4th International Workshop on Laser-Plasma Interaction Physics Banff 2001

 

Matte J.P., Alouani Bibi F.
Fokker-Planck simulations of hot electron transport in solid density plasma
4th Internatinal Workshop on Laser-Plasma Interactioon Physics Banff 2001

 

Ethier S., Matte J.-P.
Electron kinetic simulations of solid density A1 plasmas produced by intense subpicosecond laser pulses. I. Ionization dynamics in 30 femtosecond pulses.
Phys of Plasmas 2001 Vol: 8(5) Pages: 1650-1658