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Albert Stolow

ETH-FAST Fellow from 1 - 5 October 2012

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Dept. of Physics & Ottawa Institute for Systems Biology, University of Ottawa
Dept. of Physics & Dept. of Chemistry, Queen’s University
Program Leader, Molecular Photonics, National Research Council Canada

Albert Stolow is a Principal Research Officer within the National Research Council and Program Leader of the Molecular Photonics Group. He is Adjunct Professor of Chemistry and Adjunct Professor of Physics at Queen’s University in Kingston and Adjunct Professor of Physics at the University of Ottawa.

Research Area
His group's research interests include ultrafast molecular dynamics and quantum control, non-linear optical spectroscopy, molecular strong field physics and applications, and non-linear microscopy of live cells.

Seminar cyclus in the area of "Dynamics of polyatomic molecules using strong and weak laser fields" »»

Lecture 1. Molecular Dynamics, Wavepacket Dynamics (PDF, 1.04 MB),
Lecture 2. Non-adiabatic Molecular Dynamics: Charge & Energy Flow in Molecules (PDF, 3.21 MB),
Lecture 3. Ultrafast Dynamics in the Molecular Frame (PDF, 3.15 MB),
Lecture 4. Molecules in Non-perturbative Laser Fields: Dynamics & Control (PDF, 1.98 MB),
Lecture 5. Strong Field Ionization and Attosecond Physics in Molecules (PDF, 2.29 MB),

Lecture EPFL. CARS Microscopy Made Simple: Label-free, Molecule-Specific Nonlinear Microscopy

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