Femtolab

Few-Cycle Mid-Infrared Pulses

Currently strong-field physics is shifting towards the use of mid-IR sources.

Chiral Molecules

Chiral molecules exist in two non-identical mirror image forms.

Manipulating helium nanodroplets

Molecules are aligned in the laboratory frame (fixed in space) using laser pulses.

Pump-Probe Spectroscopy

Photolysis of amino acids by femtosecond UV and IR pulses.

Optical Trap

Measuring of forces between hydrophobic surfaces.

Supercontinuum

Use of supercontinuum sources for spectroscopy.

Links

We are a partner in the European Innovative Training Network, MEDEA (Molecular Electron Dynamics Investigated by Intense Fields and Attosecond Pulses)

We are a partner in the European Innovative Training Network, ASPIRE (Angular Studies of Photoelectron in Innovative Research Environments)

Femtolab Group

Søren Rud Keiding

Vice-Dean
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Henrik Stapelfeldt

Professor
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H bldg. 1511, 232
P +4587155974
P +45 60202770

Technical/Academic Staff

Jan Thøgersen

Member of Administrative Staff

Marianne Sommer

Academic Linguist

Master Students

 

Katrine Bay
Glerup       

kgb@phys.au.dk                  

               

Marie
Kirkegaard

20091271@post.au.dk            

  

Mette Heidemann
Rasmussen 

20120575@post.au.dk

 

 

News and Events

January 8, 2016: Master Thesis Defence Kathrine Glerup Bay

Few-Cycle Mid-Infrared Laser Pulses: Ionization of Atoms and Molecules

13:00-15:00 in Room 1525-223 at Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, Ny Munkegade 120, 8000 Aarhus C 

Examiner: Jan W. Thomsen, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen

October 1, 2015: New PhD Student

James Pickering

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Revised 2016.02.09