Movie showing evolution of the electron hole density (left) near a conical intersection of CO2 molecule. The corresponding changes in the nuclear wavepacket due to bending and assymetric stretching motion are also shown (right). For details see our Physical Review Letters paper
UA physicists led by Arvinder Sandhu (right) take advantage of the attosecond laser pulses to take snapshots of chemical reactions.
March 2016: Our work on " Attosecond transient absorption in dense gases: Exploring the interplay between resonant pulse propagation and laser-induced line-shape control" published in Physical Review A.
October 2012: Our work on "Ultrafast dynamics of neutral superexcited Oxygen: A direct measurement of the competition between autoionization and predissociation" published in Physical Review Letters.
June 2012: Profs. Arvinder Sandhu and Brian LeRoy awarded DURIP funding by Army Research Office (DoD) for project titled "Tunable ultrafast photon source and imaging system for studying carrier dynamics in graphene devices"
May 2012: Our work on "Attosecond-resolved evolution of a laser-dressed Helium atom: Interfering excitation paths and quantum phases" published in Physical Review Letters.
April 2012: Prof. Sandhu awarded grant by Research Corporation under AZ Partners in Science program.
April 2012: Adam Roberts succesfully defends his doctoral thesis. Dr. Roberts joining at a post-doc at Army Reseach Labs in Hunstsville.
April 2011: Derek Huang, the undergraduate student from our lab named Goldwater Scholar.