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Strong-field Physics + Attosecond Science

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Date Di, 11.09.2012 - Mi, 12.09.2012
Time 16:00-18:00
Speaker Chii-Dong Lin, ETH-Fast Fellow, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, USA
Location ETH Zürich, Hönggerberg, HCI D 8
Program This is an ETH-Fast initiative (see on web "FAST Centers")

Strong field Physics and Quantitative Rescattering theory

The presentation will cover the basic ideas behind QRS (quantitative rescattering) and its validity and some applications in ATI (above-threshold ionization) spectra and in HHG (high-order harmonic generation).
Basic papers in QRS review - J. Phys. B43, 122001 (2010)
Full QRS papers on HHG, ATI and NSDI - Phys Rev. A80, 013401 (2009); A79, 033409 (2009); A82, 063417 (2010); respectively

Attosecond Physics - the promise and the challenge

This presentation will start with a personal view on the topic and then go on to discuss what we have done in this area, including probing time-dependent studies of Fano resonances, XUV +IR studies of Fano resonances by electron and photon spectroscopy, and pulse shaping of XUV (extreme ultraviolet).
Some recent papers: Phys. Rev. A82, 035402 (2010); A84, 043411 (2010) and A85, 013409 (2012) and a preprint.

Handouts will be available.

Please use the registration (closed) in order to receive your personal handouts and a visitor certificate.
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