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Rajak
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UNIVERSITE DE BORDEAUX CELIA-UMR5107 Domaine du Haut Carre 43 rue Pierre Noailles 33405 Talence Cedex france
France
CNRS Universite de Bordeaux CEA CELIA-UMR5107
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CNRS Universite de Bordeaux CEA CELIA-UMR5107
-chirality investigated from attosecond to picosecond -high harmonic generation process -molecular dynamics with charge migration -strong field physics
Photoelectron circular dichroism, photoexcitation circular dichroism, photoelectron elliptical dichroism, chiral induced current, chiral electron trajectories.
Yann Mairesse (Yann.mairesse@u-bordeaux.fr), Valérie Blanchet (valerie.blanchet@u-bordeaux.fr) Sandra Beauvarlet (sandra.beauvarlet@u-bordeaux.fr)
WG1, WG3
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Phd.
01-01-2023
Measuring and manipulating chiral light-matter interaction on the attosecond timescale
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Chiral molecules exist as two mirror forms, so-called enantiomers, which have essentially the same physical and chemical properties and can only be distinguished via their interaction with a chiral system, such as circularly polarized light. Many biological processes are chiral-sensitive and unraveling the dynamical aspects of chirality is of prime importance for chemistry, biology and pharmacology. Studying the ultrafast electron dynamics of chiral processes requires characterization techniques at the attosecond timescale. The project aims at developing new approaches to measure and manipulate chiral light-matter interaction using the three pillars of attosecond science: high-order harmonic generation, photoionization, and transient absorption.
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