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Atomic, molecular and optical physics seminars from the JRM Lab.

Atomic Physics Seminars are usually at 1330 hrs on Wednesdays in Cardwell 144/145.
Departmental Colloquia are usually on Mondays at 1615 hrs.
Nuts & Bolts is held in CW119 at 1330 hrs on Mondays.
The atomic physics seminar series is managed by Cosmin Blaga.

Fall 2019
Date Speaker Topic
04 September
Travis Severt
Sequential breakup of H20 and NH3 induced by single-photon double ionization
11 September
Kevin Carnes
James R. Macdonald Laboratory: Past, Present, and Future
18 September
Balram Kaderiya
Charge-transfer in dissociating halomethane molecules after valence-shell ionization by femtosecond XUV pulses
25 September
Paul Abanador
Vibrational and rotational dynamics in O2+
02 October
Surjendu Bhattacharyya
Unravelling the picosecond photodissociation dynamics of acetaldehyde
09 October
Craig Zuhlke
Functionalizing metallic surfaces using femtosecond laser surface processing and applications
16 October
Siddhartha Chattopadhyay
I. Electron correlation effects in enhanced ionization of diatomic molecules
II. Core-hole wave-packet dynamics in N2
23 October
Abraham Camacho
Ohio State
Ionic emission from atomic clusters in intense laser pulses
30 October
DOE AMOS (No Seminar)
06 November
KSUnite (No Seminar)
13 November
Toru Morishita
UEC, Japan
Strong-field ionization, rescattering, and target structure imaging with vortex electrons
20 November
Tomthin Nganba Wangjam
High harmonic generation from mid-IR pulses: a progress report

Huynh Lam
Angle-dependent ionization and fragmentation of nitrogen by ultraviolet pulse
27 November
Fall Break (No Seminar)
04 December
Bethany Jochim
Importance of one- and two-photon transitions in strong-field dissociation of NO2+

Anbu Venkatachalam
State-selective pump-probe studies on small molecules with single-harmonic XUV pulses
11 December
Alexander Blech
Phase protection of Fano-Feshbach resonances

Last updated on Friday, August 23, 2019.
Past seminar schedules may be found via our sitemap.