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What is the SENE approach to high-field atomic effects

Date Do, 01.11.2012 - Do, 01.11.2012
Time 17-19
Speaker Joseph Eberly, University of Rochester, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Rochester, NY
Location ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg, HIT H42
Program Between TDSE and TDNE, and without reference to tunneling, there is a new approach to multiphoton ionization theory labelled SENE. An overview will be presented of the SENE method in connection with high-field atomic and molecular phenomena where its application appears promising.
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University of Rochester; Quantum Optics Theory
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