Spectral Line Shapes in Plasmas Workshops
This is a home to the SLSP (Spectral Line Shapes in Plasmas) code comparison workshop series.
Motivation
Lineshape analysis is one of the most important tools for diagnostics of both laboratory and space plasmas. Evidently, its reliable implementation requires sufficiently accurate calculations. The Stark broadening is the most computationally challenging contribution, with other factors (such as the Zeeman and Doppler effects) further complicating the calculations.
Except for limiting cases, lineshape calculations imply a usage of computer codes of varying complexity and requirements of computational resources. However, studies comparing different computational and analytical methods are almost nonexistent. This workshop purports to fill this gap. By detailed comparison of results for a selected set of case problems, it becomes possible to pinpoint sources of disagreements, infer limits of applicability, and assess accuracy.
Timeline
Discussion
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Publications
2018

ZEST: A fast code for simulating Zeeman–Stark lineshape functions

Influence of helical trajectories of perturbers on Stark line shapes in magnetized plasmas

The Fourth Workshop on Lineshape Code Comparison: Line merging

Stark broadening of Cr III spectral lines: DO white dwarfs

Broadening of the neutral helium 492nm line in a corona discharge: Code comparisons and data fitting

Matrix methods for solving HartreeFock equations in atomic structure calculations and line broadening

C. Stollberg, E. Stambulchik, B. Duan, M. A. Gigosos, D. González Herrero, C. A. Iglesias, and C. MosséRevisiting Stark width and shift of He II Pα

R. R. Sheeba, M. Koubiti, N. Bonifaci, F. Gilleron, C. Mossé, J.C. Pain, J. Rosato, and E. StambulchikHβ line in a corona helium plasma: A multicode line shape comparison

The Third and Fourth Workshops on Spectral Line Shapes in Plasma Code Comparison: Isolated lines

Beyond the linear Stark effect: A retrospective

A new procedure to determine the plasma parameters from a genetic algorithm coupled with the spectral lineshape code PPP
2017

Report on the third SLSP code comparison workshop
2014

S. Alexiou, M. S. Dimitrijević, S. SahalBrechot, E. Stambulchik, B. Duan, D. GonzálezHerrero, and M. A. GigososThe Second Workshop on Lineshape Code Comparison: Isolated Lines

A. Calisti, A. Demura, M. A. Gigosos, D. GonzálezHerrero, C. A. Iglesias, V. S. Lisitsa, and E. StambulchikInfluence of microfield directionality on line shapes

S. Ferri, A. Calisti, C. Mossé, J. Rosato, B. Talin, S. Alexiou, M. A. Gigosos, M. Á. González, D. GonzálezHerrero, N. Lara, T. Gomez, C. A. Iglesias, S. Lorenzen, R. C. Mancini, and E. StambulchikIon dynamics effect on Stark broadened line shapes: A cross comparison of various models

Electronimpact widths and shifts of B III 2p–2s lines

Hydrogen spectral line shape formation in the SOL of fusion reactor plasmas

B. Omar, M. Á. González, M. A. Gigosos, T. S. Ramazanov, M. C. Jelbuldina, K. N. Dzhumagulova, M. C. Zammit, D. V. Fursa, and I. BraySpectral line shapes of He I line 3889 Å

Ideal Coulomb plasma approximation in line shape models: Problematic issues

Widths and shifts of isolated lines of neutral and ionized atoms perturbed by collisions with electrons and ions: An outline of the semiclassical perturbation (SCP) method and of the approximations used for the calculations

Lineshape code comparison through modeling and fitting of experimental spectra of the C II 723nm line emitted by the ablation cloud of a carbon pellet

Spectralkinetic coupling and effect of microfield rotation on Stark broadening in plasmas

On the application of Stark broadening data determined with Semiclassical Perturbation approach

Special Issue on Spectral Line Shapes in Plasmas
2013

Review of the 1st Spectral Line Shapes in Plasmas code comparison workshop

The effect of improved satellite line shapes on the argon Heβ spectral feature
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