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New FAST-Fellow Uwe Thumm at ETH

Guest professor at the ETH

Lectures in the Spring Semester (February 21 - May 2, 2022), each Monday 14-16 pm, HIT H 42, ETH Hönggerberg

Ultrashort light pulses allows investigations of the dynamical response of atoms, molecules, and solids at the natural time and length scales of the electronic motion in matter. Discussing recent experiments and their interpretation within classical and quantum models, this lecture focuses on attosecond time-resolved electron emission and femtosecond time-resolved molecular dissociation dynamics.

Graduate students will learn about the basic ideas of modern femto and attosecond time-resolved photoelectron-emission and molecular-dissociation experiments and their insightful interpretation within classical and quantum mechanical numerical models.

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