Mr. Dasol Kim, a graduate student at Physics Department, POSTECH, officially joined Attosecond Theory JRG from September 2013. He is co-supervised by Prof. Dong Eon Kim and Norio Takemoto. Dasol will work on theoretical research on ultrafast dynamics of atomic, molecular, and solid state systems. He had undergraduate research experience in Prof. Kim's group, and then he has been learning basic numerical methods for theoretical research in informal interaction with Norio. Welcome Dasol!
Dr. Werner Koch at Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences will present a talk on September 16, 2013. The title of his talk will be Computational Quantum Dynamics - From simple to complex to impossible and back . More details of the seminar can be found at this link.
Dr. Koch is staying with attosecond theory JRG from September 12, 2013 to September 18, 2013.
Mr. Yoshihiro Ide at Department of Chemistry, School of Science, the University of Tokyo presented a seminar as a guest speaker of Ultrafast Science Journal Club organized by MPC-AS. The title of his talk was Electro-protonic wave functions of one-dimensional H2 by time-dependent multiconfiguration expansion. More details of the seminar can be found at this link.
Mr. Ide is a graduate student in the group of Prof. Kaoru Yamanouchi. He has been staying with attosecond theory JRG for two months from September 1, 2013 to November 1, 2013 as a visiting student. His stay is support by School of Science, the University of Tokyo.
Dr. Chul Min Kim at Center for Relativistic Laser Science, Institute for Basic Science & Advanced Photonics Research Institute, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology visits us on August 22, 2013. He kindly agreed to give a two-part seminar: Part I. Introduction to strong laser field physics, and Part II. Relativistic high harmonic generation. The first part is a pedagogic introduction, and the second part focuses more on his current research. Please find details of the seminar at this link.
Aren Siekmeier, a visiting undergraduate student from University of Minnesota, arrived on 2013-6-13. He will stay with us through December, working on research projects in Attosecond Theory JRG and enrolling for courses of the fall semester at Physics Department, POSTECH, according to an exchange program between POSTECH and University of Minnesota.
Prof. Dong Eon Kim and Norio organize 'International Workshop on Attosecond Science: Challenges for Theoretical Research' at POSCO International Center on the campus of POSTECH on June 24 and 25, 2013. At this workshop, we would like to bring together active theorists and experimentalists to have intensive discussions on the following topics:
Norio is visiting Prof. David J. Tannor at Department of Chemical Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. He stays with the Tannor group from March 30 to May 30, 2013 to work on the development of a multi-dimensional time-dependent Schroedinger equation solver based on a phase space approach.
Norio was David's postdoc from March 2011 to December 2012 and is excited to come back to the group again.
Prof. Ignacio Sola at Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain, visits us on March 28, 2013. He will give a seminar as a guest speaker in the Ultrafast Science Journal Club organized by MPC-AS. Details about his talk are as following.
Place: Science Building No. 3, Room 201
Time: 12:15-14:15, March 28, 2013
Title: Creating and manipulating giant oscillating electric dipoles
Abstract: In this talk I propose different schemes that employ ultrafast (attosecond) pulses and static or low frequency fields in order to create and manipulate giant oscillating electric dipoles. The numerical results are obtained by solving the time-dependent Schrödinger equation in reduced dimensionality models with soft-core Coulomb potentials for the H2+ molecule. I show that to create and maintain the dipoles in addition to breaking the molecular symmetry it is necessary to force a correlated electronic and nuclear motion, thus pushing the period of oscillation of the dipoles from the natural electronic (attosecond) timescale to the nuclear (femtosecond) timescale.
(Addendum on 2013-9-12. Please see also this link.)
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