Conferences - Seminars

08NOV
2018
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  Thursday 8 November 2018 17:15 - 18:15 BCH 2201

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 [5]. Applications involving Coulomb explosion imaging will be described in detail. Future developments and applications will also be discussed.
References
[1] 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).
[2] 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).
[3] 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)
[4] 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).
[5] M. B. Burt et al., Phys. Rev. A, 96, 043415 (2017).

Organization Prof. Ulrich Lorenz

Contact Annick Gaudin Delmonaco

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