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Measuring in the attosecond domain - techniques and applications

Date Mo, 21.11.2011 - Mo, 21.11.2011
Time 16:45h
Speaker Dr. Lukas Gallmann, Ultrafast Laser Physics, IQE, ETHZ
Location ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg Campus, HPF G-6
Program 2011 marks the tenth anniversary of attosecond science. This seminar aims to provide a broad introduction into this still rather young research field. What phenomena occur on these time scales and how can we experimentally access them? A main emphasis will be on the measurement techniques available in attosecond science. Examples from our own research at ETH will be used for illustration of select applications.

Host: Ursula Keller, Ultrafast Laser Physics, IQE
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