From 04 - 06 November the JRM Lab will host a workshop by the Institute for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics (ITAMP). The workshop will explore "Ultrafast atomic and molecular physics with cutting-edge light sources: New opportunities and challenges".
This workshop brings together experimentalists and theorists working on strong-field, ultrafast laser interactions with atoms and molecules. In particular, the workshop will focus on attosecond, few-cycle, and ultra-broadband pulses - all rather broadly interpreted - emphasizing what can be measured or controlled with them rather than their production.
This workshop also brings together a diverse group of researchers, including attophysicists, femtochemists, multidimensional spectroscopists, x-ray and FEL physicists, and those who have used half-cycle and shaped pulses on Rydberg systems. We aim for cross-fertilization from the more established of these disciplines to the newer ones to build on the hard won expertise already developed.
Week of 08 December 2013
|Mon||1:30 pm||Nuts & Bolts|
|News & Reports|
|Wed||1:30 pm||AMO Seminar|
|Qing Liao & Youliang Yu, KSU|