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Transcript
Advanced Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics
The course provides insight in fundamental concepts and techniques of modern
atomic, molecular and optical physics, emphasizing active research areas and
applications such as:
(1) Ultraprecise measurements of time, frequency, energy, and mass, and
applications to fundamental physics studies. Trapping and cooling of atoms, ions
and molecules.
(2) Fundamental quantum dynamics occurring in energetic and soft collisions of
ions with photons, electrons and atoms. Interactions of ion beams with biological
targets.
(3) Spectroscopy of relativistic, quantum electrodynamic and parity violation
effects in few-electron heavy ions. Laboratory astrophysics with ions at very high
temperatures.
(4) Interactions of intense, short pulse lasers and free-electron lasers with manyelectron targets. Molecular structure and dynamics explored in pump-probe
experiments on femtosecond to attosecond time scales.
Theory, practical implementation of calculational methods, and experiment will be
discussed and compared in case studies.