Who: Vitaliy Goryashko, Uppsala University, Sweden
Place: Donostia International Physics Center
Date: Wednesday, 29 May 2019, 12:00
ground-state electron in the hydrogen atom completes one cycle of revolution in
150 attoseconds. Some other processes in atoms and molecules are even faster.
Attosecond pulses of light can provide the resolution needed for studying
and ultimately controlling the attosecond dynamics of electrons in atoms and
molecules. Therefore, there is a strong scientific demand for the development
of sources of high-energy, attosecond pulses.