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Our theoretical research groups and links to some of their
recent research results.
Brett Esry's Group
Brett's group studies ultracold three-body collisions and
intense laser-matter interactions.
- Role of Nuclear Rotation in H2+ Dissociation by Ultrashort Laser Pulses
PhD dissertation of Fatima Anis.
Efimov Physics in Heteronuclear Four-Body Systems
Yujun Wang, W. Blake Lain, Javier von Steche, B. D. Esry
Phys. Rev. Lett.
CD Lin's Group
CD's group studies
attosecond physics; theory of dynamic chemical imaging;
retrieval of atomic and molecular structures from laser-generated electron spectra and high-order harmonics; general
laser-atom and laser-molecule interactions; and quantum chaos in helium atoms.
- Ultrafast Imaging: Laser Induced Electron Diffraction
PhD dissertation of Junliang Xu.
Imaging ultrafast molecular dynamics with laser-induced electron diffraction
Cosmin I. Blaga, Junliang Xu, Anthony D. DiChiara, Emily Sistrunk, Kaikai Zhang, Pierre Agostini, Terry A. Miller, Louis F. DiMauro, C. D. Lin
Uwe Thumm's Group
Uwe's group is interested in
modeling, theory, and numerical computation of interactions between electrons,
ions, and intense laser light with atoms, molecules, clusters, and solid surfaces.
- Quantum Dynamics in Laser-Assisted Collisions, Laser-Molecule Interactions, and Particle-Surface Scattering
PhD dissertation of Thomas Niederhausen.
Time-resolved Coulomb-explosion imaging of nuclear wave-packet dynamics induced in diatomic molecules by intense few-cycle laser pulses
I. A. Bocharova, A. S. Alnaser, U. Thumm, T. Niederhausen, D. Ray, C. L. Cocke, I. V. Litvinyuk
Phys. Rev. A