Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Supporting the broad community
of high-energy-density researchers

Call for CY2019 proposal submissions

Proposal submission deadline is December 2, 2018

The Jupiter Laser Facility is an institutional user facility  in the Physical and Life Sciences Directorate  at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). The facility is designed to provide a high degree of experimental flexibility and high laser shot rates, and to allow direct user operation of experiments.

The Jupiter Laser Facilities missions are to support lab-wide research pertinent to LLNL programs (e.g., High Energy Density Science ), to promote collaborations with research institutions and universities , and to provide a stimulating environment for the training of young scientists with a special emphasis on the National Ignition Facility  (NIF).

Jupiter Laser Facility Director
Robert Cauble

The Jupiter Laser Facility continues its stated mission to provide world-class support to the broad community of High-Energy-Density science researchers.

Here you will find general information regarding JLF as well as details specific to facility researchers and the science they have achieved.