Progress in Ultrafast Intense Laser Science XIII, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017
Progress in Ultrafast Intense Laser Science Series

Coordinators: Yamanouchi Kaoru, Hill III Wendell T., Paulus Gerhard G.

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This thirteenth volume in the PUILS series covers a broad range of topics from this interdisciplinary research field, focusing on atoms, molecules, and clusters interacting in intense laser field and high-order harmonics generation and their applications. The series delivers up-to-date reviews of progress in ultrafast intense laser science, the interdisciplinary research field spanning atomic and molecular physics, molecular science, and optical science, which has been stimulated by the developments in ultrafast laser technologies. Each volume compiles peer-reviewed articles authored by researchers at the forefront of each their own subfields of UILS. Typically, each chapter opens with an overview of the topics to be discussed, so that researchers unfamiliar to the subfield, as well as graduate students, can grasp the importance and attractions of the research topic at hand; these are followed by reports of cutting-edge discoveries.   

1.         Strong-Feld S-Matrix Series with Coulomb Wave Final State

Farhad H. M. Faisal

2.         Multiconfiguration Methods for Time-Dependent Many-Electron Dynamics

Erik Lötstedt, Tsuyoshi Kato, and Kaoru Yamanouchi

3.         Controlling Coherent Quantum Nuclear Dynamics in LiH by Ultra Short IR Atto Pulses

        Astrid Nikodem, R. D. Levine, and F. Remacle

4.         Probing Multiple Molecular Orbitals in an Orthogonally Polarized Two-color Laser Field

Hyeok Yun, Hyung Taek Kim, Kyung Taec Kim, and Chang Hee Nam

5.         Tracing Nonlinear Cluster Dynamics Induced by Intense XUV, NIR and MIR Laser Pulses

Bernd Schütte

6.         Molecules in Bichromatic Circularly Polarized Laser Pulses: Electron Recollision and Harmonic Generation

André D. Bandrauk, François Mauger and Kai-Jun Yuan

7.         High Harmonic Phase Spectroscopy Using Long Wavelengths

Antoine Camper, Stephen B. Schoun, Pierre Agostini, and Louis F. DiMauro

8.         Strong-Field-Assisted Measurement of Near-Fields and Coherent Control of Photoemission at Nanometric Metal Tips

M. Förster, T. Paschen, S. Thomas, M. Krüger, and P. Hommelhoff

9.         Advanced Laser Facilities and Scientific Applications

Luis Roso

10.     The Extreme Light Infrastructure – Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) Project

Dimitris Charalambidis, Viktor Chikán, Eric Cormier, Péter Dombi, József András Fülöp, Csaba Janáky, Subhendu Kahaly, Mikhail Kalashnikov, Christos Kamperidis, Sergei Kühn, Franck Lepine, Anne L’Huillier, Rodrigo Lopez-Martens, Sudipta Mondal, Károly Osvay, Óvári László, Piotr Rudawski, Giuseppe Sansone, Paris Tzallas, Zoltán Várallyay, and Katalin Varjú 

Kaoru Yamanouchi has been Professor of Chemistry at The University of Tokyo since April 1997. His research fields are in physical chemistry and AMO physics, especially gas phase laser spectroscopy, chemical reaction dynamics, and intense laser science. In 1996, he launched a new research project to investigate how atoms, molecules, and clusters behave in an intense laser field whose magnitude is as large as that of a Coulomb field within atoms and molecules. By developing new experimental techniques such as mass-resolved momentum imaging, pulsed gas electron diffraction, and coincidence momentum imaging, he has continued a successful exploration of the new research field of ultrafast intense laser science. Among his discoveries, ultrafast structural deformation of molecules and ultrafast hydrogen atom migration within hydrocarbon molecules are particularly noteworthy. He has also demonstrated that the ultrafast structural changes of molecules can in principle be probed in real time with femtosecond temporal resolution using a method called laser-assisted electron diffraction.

Wendell T. Hill, III has held the rank of Professor since 1996 at the University of Maryland, College Park, with appointments in the Institute for Physical Science and Technology and the Department of Physics; he has been a fellow of the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland since 2006.  From high-energy particle physics to atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) physics to condensed matter physics, Hill’s publications span a broad range of physics subdisciplines.  His current investigations fall into three AMO areas:  ultrafast quantum dynamics; ultraintense laser-matter interactions; ultracold quantum atoms.  His group was one of the first to employ velocity-map imaging, coupled with optimal-control techniques, to control femtosecond molecular dynamics.  His most recent work finds him developing approaches to exploit phase-locked pairs of pulses, both to control dynamics and t

Provides the most up-to-date reviews of recent progress in the field of ultrafast intense laser science

Introductory overview for each chapter enables researchers unfamiliar with the specific topics to grasp the important points to be discussed

Covers a wide range of topics of interest to experts in the field