Doctoral student in physics with focus on theoretical attosecond physics
The PhD student shall work on simulations and development of methods for studies of non-linear interaction and photoionization of atoms in electromagnetic fields. In more detail, the studies will be focused on laser-driven electron dynamics of atoms in time-dependent excited states that can be used as a tool (a new kind of ”clock”) to perform time-frequency analysis of attosecond pulses. We use the Time-Dependent Configuration-Interaction Singles (TDCIS) method and diagrammatic many-body perturbation theory to model the correlated electron dynamics in noble gas atoms. Click on the link for more information!
Assistant Professor Jan Marcus Dahlström
Mathematical Physics Division, Lund University, Sweden
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