Photoionization and Photodetachment - Gordon Research Conference
Date: /18/19/20/21/22/23/ February 2018, Galveston (TX), USA, North America
More Information, Contact: lucchese [at] chem.tamu.edu (Prof. Robert Lucchese)
Light induced ejection and scattering of electrons are central to many emerging fields of modern atomic, molecular, chemical and optical physics. The unprecedented intensity and/or temporal resolution of modern light sources, including free electron laser facilities delivering high intensity femtosecond pulses in the extreme UV to X-ray spectral range, attosecond X-UV sources produced in high harmonic generation, high resolution synchrotron and laser facilities, have dramatically enlarged the scope of investigations.
Photoionization of Complex Systems
Time Resolved Measurements of Larger Molecules
Time Resolved Measurements