The PUILS series delivers up-to-date reviews of progress in Ultrafast Intense Laser Science -- an emerging interdisciplinary research field. This volume focuses on the ionization of atoms and molecules, ultrafast responses of protons and electrons within a molecule, and more.
State of the art report of short time Laser physics
Covers current application fields of intense Lasers in the attosecond technique Summarizes the coherent responses of gaseous and condensed matter to ultrashort intense laser pulses and the propagation of intense laser pulses
Useful reference to researchers and graduate students alikeInhalt
Intense-field Dirac theory of ionization of hydrogen and hydrogenic ions in infrared and free-electron laser fields.- Ultrafast Hydrogen Migration in Hydrocarbon Molecules Driven by Intense Laser Fields.- Control of -Electron Rotations in Chiral Aromatic Molecules Using Intense Laser Pulses.- Optically probed laser-induced field-free molecular alignment.- Directionally asymmetric tunneling ionization and control of molecular orientation by phase-controlled laser fields.- High harmonic generation from aligned molecules.- New methods for computing high-order harmonic generation and propagation.- On the generation of intense isolated attosecond pulses by many-cycle laser fields.- Relativistic laser plasmas for electron acceleration and short wavelength radiation generation.- Ion acceleration in sub-critical density plasma via interaction of intense laser pulses with cluster-gas targets.