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Chii-Dong Lin

ETH-FAST Fellow from 10 - 14 September 2012

Lin_zf-3268-09271-1-00121   Chii-Dong Lin

University Distinguished Professor at
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA

Research Area: Theoretical Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics

Chii-Dong Lin is investigating the interaction of intense femtosecond and attosecond light pulses with atoms and molecules. His group at Kansas University has established a quantitative rescattering theory which allows to extract the structure information on the target from laser-generated high-order harmonics and high-energy photoelectrons. Currently they are extending the method to use ultrashort laser pulses for dynamic chemical imaging with femto- to sub-femtosecond temporal resolutions. Furthermore, they are investigating electron dynamics using attosecond pulses.

Seminar cyclus in the area of Strong-field Physics and Attosecond Science  »»


11.09.2012 Strong field Physics and Quantitative Rescattering theory (PDF, 6.35 MB)
12.09.2012 Attosecond Physics - the promise and the challenge (PDF, 4.42 MB)

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