Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Marius Millot

Research Staff
Physics Division

 +1 925-422-6359

Ph.D. Physics
Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

Research Interests

Study of matter properties at extreme pressures and temperatures for planetary science and astronomy, materials science, High Energy Density science and Inertial Confinement Fusion. Equations of state, optical and transport properties measurements under laser-driven dynamic compression using ultrafast optical pyrometry and interferometric velocimetry diagnostics at major HED facilities. Responsible scientist for NIF VISAR and SOP systems.
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Selected (Recent) Publications

M. Millot, S. Hamel, J. R. Rygg, P. M. Celliers, G. W. Collins, F. Coppari, D. E. Fratanduono, R. Jeanloz, D. C. Swift, and J. H. Eggert, Experimental evidence for superionic water ice using shock compression Nature Physics 14, 297 (2018)

M. Millot. Identifying and discriminating phase transitions along decaying shocks with line imaging Doppler interferometric velocimetry and streaked optical pyrometry. Physics of Plasmas 23, 014503 (2016)

S. Brygoo, M. Millot, et al. Analysis of laser shock experiments on precompressed samples using a quartz reference and application to warm dense hydrogen and helium. Journal of Applied Physics 118, 195901 (2015)

T. Qi, M. Millot, et al. Optical and Transport Properties of Dense Liquid Silica. Physics of Plasmas 22, 062706 (2015)

Millot, M. et al. Shock compression of stishovite and melting of silica at planetary interior conditions. Science 418, 8–11 (2015).
doi: 10.1126/science.1261507

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