Homaira Parchamy

Adjunct Professor of Physics

Homaira Parchamy completed her Ph.D. in 2005 under the supervision of Professors Yasushi Nishida and Noboru Yugami in the Department of Energy and Environment Science, Graduate School of Engineering at Utsunomiya University, Utsunomiya, Japan. Dr. Parchamy has worked in many different topic areas, including laser-matter interaction science and its applications, the EUV source for next generation semiconductor lithography, short wavelength laser, THz source, ultrashort femtosecond laser, advanced photonics, and charged particle engineering. After graduation, she worked for several years as a Research Associate at the National Institute for Fusion Science and Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan. Since 2011, Dr. Parchamy has continued her work as a Research Scientist on laser-matter interaction, advanced optical metrology, and plasma VUV/EUV/X-ray light source technology in the Laser Plasma Laboratory, College of Optics and Photonics, University of Central Florida. For more information regarding any work, please feel free to contact her directly.

Some Journal Publications

  • Ultraviolet out-of-band radiation studies in laser tin plasma sources”    (Publication pending in Journal of Applied Physics)
  • “Spectral irradiance of singly and doubly ionized zinc in low-intensity laser-plasma ultraviolet light sources” (Journal of Applied Physics, 121, 033303 (2017).
  • “Laser-plasma source parameters for Kr, Gd, and Tb ions at 6.6 nm” Applied Physics Letters, 102, 164102 (2013).
  • “Simulation of particle velocity in a laser-produced tin plasma” Journal of Applied Physics, 109, 123306 (2011).
  • “Development of imaging bolometers for magnetic fusion reactors” Review Scientific Instruments, 79, 10E301 (2008).
  • “Research and development of imaging bolometers” Plasma and Fusion Research, 2, S1018 (2007).
  • “Spatial variation of the foil parameters from in situ calibrations of the JT-60U imaging bolometer foil” Plasma and Fusion Research, 2, S1116 (2007).
  • “Radiation from tightly focused highly intense laser pulse interaction with weakly magnetized plasma” Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 44, L196 (2005).