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Atomic Physics Seminars are usually at 1330 hrs on Wednesdays in Cardwell 119.
Departmental Colloquia are usually on Tuesdays or Thursdays at 1630 hrs.
Nuts & Bolts is held in CW119 at 1330 hrs on Mondays.
The atomic physics seminar series is managed by Brian Washburn.
Last updated on Tuesday, 21-Oct-2008.
Fall 2006
Date Speaker Topic
16 August Richard Brédy
CNRS, France
Fragmentation pathways and electronic excitation energy of charge selected biomolecules in collisions with positive ions
23 August Brian Washburn
Introduction to technical speaking and class information (see our tutorials on the subject)
30 August Tom Kirchner
Nonperturbative electron dynamics in (laser-assisted) atomic collisions
05 September
Tue, 1630
Markus Schöffler
Transfer ionization in ion-atom collisions
06 September Alexander Ramm
KSU Math
Distribution of particles which produces a desired radiation pattern
13 September DOE Meeting
20 September Max Sayler
Understanding laser induced ionization of the simplest molecules
27 September Shin Watanabe
UEC, Japan
Between BEC and matter-wave interferometry
04 October Kevin Knabe
Advances on portable frequency references in LUMOS
Available as HTML or PowerPoint (12.7 MB).
11 October Hua Jianjun
Yujun Wang
The dynamics of H2+ in an intense laser field
Adiabatic Floquet picture for hydrogen atom
18 October DOE Review
24 October
Tue, 1530
Bruce Shore
Dark quantum states and the Morris-Shore transformation
25 October John Rui-Hua Xie
Universal model potential for laser-free diatomic systems
Higher-order harmonic generation of laser-aligned linear and planary molecules
01 November Shambhu Ghimire
Designing an attosecond streak camera
03 November
Fri, 1430
Mathias Smolarski
Ionization of Helium by 5.9 fs circularly polarized laser pulses
08 November Karl Tillman
Quasi-phasematching - A versatile tool for coherent source development
Available as HTML or PowerPoint (9.8 MB).
15 November Jarlath McKenna
Dynamics of coherent D2+ nuclear wave-packets probed using ultrashort intense laser pulses
20 November
Mon, 0830
Mudessar Shah
PhD Defense: Model-independent measurement of the excited fraction in a Magneto-Optical-Trap (MOT)
Available as HTML or PowerPoint (3.0 MB).
22-26 November Thanksgiving Break
29 November Fatima Anis
01 December
Fri, 1530
Yujung Wang
PhD Defense
03 December
Mon, 1530
Chris Nakamura
MS Defense: Carrier-envelope phase stabilized few-cycle laser pulses from a neon-filled hollow-core fiber compressor
06 December A.T. Le
On the chemical imaging using high-order harmonic generation

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The current schedule is also available in our Outlook public calendars.

Please note that no attempt has been made to maintain the links
within the old seminar & colloquium schedules.

Last updated on Tuesday, 21-Oct-2008.

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