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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 Artem Rudenko.

Spring 2016
Date Speaker Topic
27 January
Peyman Feyzollah
Chirp dependence in the formation of excited neutral D fragments using a strong laser field
03 February
Greg Armstrong
Attosecond time delays in the nuclear dynamics of strong-field molecular dissociation
10 February
Adam Summers
Studying ultrafast laser interactions in nanosystems using photons ranging from 800nm to 800ev
17 February
Georgios Kolliopoulos
A compact collinear polarization gating scheme for many-cycle laser pulses
24 February
Marcello Ambrosio
Double ionization of Helium by fast charged projectiles : a Generalized Sturmian Functions approach
02 March
Travis Severt
Enhancement of high-order harmonic generation driven by two-color (800/400 nm) laser fields
09 March
Giriraj Jnawali
Probing charge transport and dynamics in nanomaterials by THz time-domain spectroscopy
16 March
Spring Break (No Seminar)
23 March
Sven Augustin
MPI / Berkeley
XUV pump-probe experiments at FLASH
30 March
Brandin Davis
Investigation of the differences between incoherent and pulsed white light absorption by nanoparticles in solution
06 April
Jyoti Rajput
Exploring the sequential mechanism in three-body fragmentation
13 April
Utuq Ablikim
Identifying the absolute geometries of cis/trans molecular isomers by coulomb explosion imaging after photo-ionization with x-rays or strong laser pulses
15 April
(Fri; 13:30)
Misha Frolov
Voronezh State
Threshold phenomena (channel closing effects) in high-harmonic generation with two-color fields
20 April
Youliang Yu
More optimal absorbing potential for solving time-dependent Schrödinger equation
27 April
Derek Wilson
Strong field processes in Gallium Arsenide
04 May
Erfan Saydanzad
Characterization of induced nanoplasmonic fields using attosecond streaking spectroscopy: a classical trajectory approach applied to gold nanospheres

Last updated on Thursday, December 17, 2015.
Past seminar schedules may be found via our sitemap.