By Thomas Schultz, Marc Vrakking
This booklet offers primary wisdom within the fields of attosecond technology and loose electron lasers, in keeping with the perception that the extra improvement of either disciplines can vastly make the most of mutual publicity and interplay among the 2 groups. With appreciate to the interplay of excessive depth lasers with topic, it covers ultrafast lasers, high-harmonic new release, attosecond pulse new release and characterization. different chapters evaluation strong-field physics, loose electron lasers and experimental instrumentation. Written in a simple obtainable sort, the publication is aimed toward graduate and postgraduate scholars so that it will aid the clinical education of early level researchers during this rising box. particular emphasis is put on the sensible procedure of creating experiments, permitting younger researchers to improve a variety of medical talents which will speed up the advance of spectroscopic recommendations and their implementation in medical experiments. The editors are managers of a learn community dedicated to the schooling of younger scientists, and this publication concept relies on a summer time tuition equipped by means of the ATTOFEL community.
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Attosecond and XUV Spectroscopy: Ultrafast Dynamics and Spectroscopy by Thomas Schultz, Marc Vrakking