- Explore opportunities offered by ubiquitous nature of sub-laser cycle response to strong IR fields for shaping, controlling and imaging quantum matter.
- Understand the link between topological and chiral dynamical phenomena.
- Create new concepts for shaping, controlling, and imaging of “oriented” media: media with orbital momentum, spin, handedness.
- See viewpoint by Olga Smirnova in Nature Reviews Physics
- Freeing electrons to better trap them [see 1, 2, 3].
- From insulator to conductor in a flash [you can read the paper HERE, and also see 1, 2].
- A spinning top of light [you can read the paper HERE, and also see 1, 2].
- C'mon electrons, let's do the twist! Twisting electrons can tell right-handed and left-handed molecules apart [you can read the paper HERE, also see see 1, 2].
- Ultrafast preparation and detection of ring currents in single atoms [you can read the paper HERE, and see 1].
- Spin polarization by strong field ionization [see 1, 2].
- Probing molecular chirality on a sub-femtosecond timescale [see 1,2,3].
- Ascertaining tunneling time [see 1,2,3].
Please find here the software repository of the Theory Department where we upload some of our tools.