Conferences - Seminars
Ion imaging using fast imaging detectors
By Prof. Mark Brouard
University of Oxford
Recent studies of femtosecond time-resolved molecular photodissociation and photon-induced dynamics using fast ion imaging using the Pixel Imaging Mass Spectrometry (PImMS) camera [1,2] will be described. The talk will including illustrations of photon-induced dynamical studies using two- and three-fold covariance methods [3,4] and applications to the study of molecular photodissociation dynamics . Applications involving Coulomb explosion imaging will be described in detail. Future developments and applications will also be discussed.
 A. Nomerotski, M. Brouard, E. Campbell, A. Clark, J. Crooks, J. Fopma, J.J. John, A.J. Johnsen, C.S. Slater, R. Turchetta, C. Vallance, E. Wilman and W.H. Yuen, JINST 5, C07007, (2010).
 A. T. Clark, J. P. Crooks, I. Sedgwick, R. Turchetta, J. W. L. Lee, J. J. John, E. S. Wilman, L. Hill, E. Halford, C. S. Slater, B. Winter, W.H. Yuen, S. H. Gardiner, M. L. Lipciuc, M. Brouard, A. Nomerotski, and C. Vallance, J. Phys. Chem. A 116, 10897, (2012).
 C. S. Slater, S. Blake, M. Brouard, A. Lauer, C. Vallance, J.J. John, R. Turchetta, A. Nomerotski, L. Christensen, J.H. Nielsen, M.P. Johansson, and H. Stapelfeldt, Phys. Rev. A 89, 011401(R), (2014)
 J.D. Pickering, K. Amini, M. Brouard, M. Burt, I.J. Bush, L. Christensen, A. Lauer, J.H. Nielsen, C.S. Slater, and Henrik Stapelfeldt, J. Chem. Phys. 144, 161105 (2016).
 M. B. Burt et al., Phys. Rev. A, 96, 043415 (2017).
Organization Prof. Ulrich Lorenz
Contact Annick Gaudin Delmonaco
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