Xueying Lu

Research Interests

  • Novel structures for high-gradient acceleration
  • Advanced accelerator concepts, structure-based wakefield acceleration
  • High-power microwave sources, vacuum electron devices
  • Metamaterials and their interaction with charged particle beams
  • Superconducting radiofrequency technology

Education

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Selected Journal Articles

  • Xueying Lu, Julian F Picard, Michael A Shapiro, Ivan Mastovsky, Richard J Temkin, Manoel Conde, John G Power, Jiahang Shao, Eric E Wisniewski, Maomao Peng, Gwanghui Ha, Jimin Seok, Scott Doran, and Chunguang Jing, "Coherent high-power RF wakefield generation by electron bunch trains in a metamaterial structure", Applied Physics Letters 116, 264102 (2020).
  • Xueying Lu, Michael A. Shapiro, Ivan Mastovsky, Richard J. Temkin, Manoel Conde, John G. Power, Jiahang Shao, Eric E. Wisniewski, and Chunguang Jing, "Generation of high-power, reversed-Cherenkov wakefield radiation in a metamaterial structure", Physical Review Letters 122, 014801 (2019).
  • Xueying Lu, Michael A. Shapiro, and Richard J. Temkin, "Cherenkov-cyclotron instability of an electron beam in a metamaterial loaded waveguide", Physics of Plasmas 26, 033104 (2019).
  • Xueying Lu, Jacob C. Stephens, Ivan Mastovsky, Michael A. Shapiro, and Richard J. Temkin, "High power long pulse microwave generation from a metamaterial structure with reverse symmetry", Physics of Plasmas 25, 023102 (2018).
  • Jason S. Hummelt, Xueying Lu, Haoran Xu, Ivan Mastovsky, Michael A. Shapiro, and Richard J. Temkin, "Coherent Cherenkov-cyclotron radiation excited by an electron beam in a metamaterial waveguide", Physical Review Letters 117, 237701 (2016).
  • Xueying Lu, Michael A. Shapiro, and Richard J. Temkin, "Modeling of the interaction of a volumetric metallic metamaterial structure with a relativistic electron beam", Physical Review Special Topics- Accelerators and Beams 18, 081303 (2015).

Contact

Assistant Professor
xylu@niu.edu
La Tourette Hall 216

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