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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 1600 hrs.
Nuts & Bolts is held in CW119 at 1330 hrs on Mondays.
The atomic physics seminar series is managed by Daniel Rolles.

Spring 2018
Date Speaker Topic
10 January
Andrei Nomerotski
Fast Imaging: from sensors to applications
24 January
Anh-Thu Le
Following bound-state coherent nuclear wave packets in O2 with ultrashort laser pulses: a revisit
31 January
Two AMO Colloquia (No Seminar)
07 February
Two AMO Colloquia (No Seminar)
14 February
(No Seminar)
21 February
Hongyu Shi
Focusing laser though scattering media with SLM
28 February
Jeff Powell
Photoelectron emission from dielectric, metal, and core-shell nanoparticles driven by strong laser fields
07 March
Travis Severt
Turning ethanol into water and hydronium: experimentally determining the roles of each hydrogen site
14 March
Norio Takemoto
Phase space approach to solving time-dependent Schrödinger equation
21 March
Spring Break (No Seminar)
28 March
(No Seminar)
04 April
Loren Greenman
Attosecond correlated reactive electron dynamics at and above the ionization threshold
11 April
Itzik Ben-Itzhak
Two- and three-body breakup of water
18 April
Huynh Lam
Strong-field molecular fragmentation with rotational wave-packets
25 April
Shashank Pathak
XUV-assisted high harmonic generation
02 May
Daniel Rolles
Studying intramolecular charge transfer processes with X-ray free-electron lasers
04 June
(Mon; 14:30)
Xiao-Min Tong
A new FFT based TDDFT method for isolated systems in strong fields

Last updated on Friday, December 22, 2017.
Past seminar schedules may be found via our sitemap.