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

Until further notice, seminars are online only. Zoom links will be e-mailed.
Instructions and logon for campus Zoom teleconferencing.
The atomic physics seminar series is managed by Cosmin Blaga.
See also the APS Virtual AMO Seminar series.

Spring 2021
Date Speaker Topic
10 February
Samuel Beaulieu
Ultrafast multidimensional photoemission spectroscopy of 2D materials
17 February
Daniel Rolles
Strong-field ionization of toluene studied by mass spectrometry and ultrafast electron diffraction
24 February
Arturo Sopena
Non-linear processes in the soft X-ray regime
03 March
Vinod Kumarappan
Strong-field non-dissociative ionization of Oxygen: High-resolution Fourier spectroscopy
10 March
Chuan Cheng
Stony Brook
Electronic and nuclear dynamics en route to double ionization
17 March
24 March
(No Seminar)
31 March
Michael Burt
Coulomb explosion imaging of chemical structures and dynamics
05 April
(Mon; 14:00)
Travis Severt
Imaging light-induced molecular fragmentation dynamics; Imaging multi-body sequential fragmentation: native frames (PhD Defense)
07 April
Erfan Saydanzad
Strong-field-ionization photoelectron imaging of metal nanoparticles
14 April
Kurtis Borne
Ultrafast dynamics of the UV-excited multicyclic molecule, Quadricyclane
16 April
(Fri; 09:00)
Javad Robatjazi
Ion-electron coincidence studies of femtosecond dynamics triggered by extreme ultra violet photoionization of atoms and molecules (PhD Defense)
21 April
(No Seminar)
28 April
Surjendu Bhattacharyya
Strong-field-induced dissociation dynamics of Tribromomethane (CHBr3) studied using coincident ion momentum imaging
14 May
(Fri; 10:30)
Huynh Lam
Retrieving orientation-resolved observables from time-domain measurements with rotational wave packets (PhD Defense)
16 June
(Wed; 09:00)
Shashank Pathak
Isomerization and fragmentation of polyatomic molecules induced by ultraviolet and extreme UV light (PhD Defense)

Last updated on Monday, January 4, 2021.
Past seminar schedules may be found via our sitemap.