Atomic, molecular and optical physics seminars from the JRM Lab.
Atomic Physics Seminars are usually at 1330 hrs on Wednesdays in Cardwell 144.
Departmental Colloquia are usually on Mondays at 1600 hrs.
Nuts & Bolts is held in CW119 at 1330 hrs on Mondays.
The atomic physics seminar series is managed by Carlos Trallero.
|High harmonic generation from aligned molecules
|Resonant enhancement of single attosecond pulses by time-delayed control field
|Alignment and orientation dependence in slow molecular-ion – atom collisions
|An experimental investigation of the single-electron ionization of diatomic molecules -- a ratiometric approach
|Kyung Taec Kim
|Manipulating the XUV wavefront for the space-time characterization and the generation of an isolated attosecond pulse
|Imaging of isolated molecules with ultrafast electron pulses
|Single and multi-photon double ionization of helium in the presence of XUV+IR
|Attosecond streaking dynamics in atomic photoemission
|DOE-AMOS Meeting (No Seminar)
|Controlling molecular dissociation and isomerization dynamics with 5 fs laser pulses
|DOE Review (No Seminar)
|Thanksgiving (No Seminar)
|Quantitative measurement of phase matching conditions in higher order harmonic generation
|Dissociation dynamics in diatomic molecular ions in intense laser fields
Last updated on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.
Past seminar schedules may be found via our sitemap.