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Anne L'Huillier

Anne l'Huillier

Professor

Anne L'Huillier

The ELI-ALPS facility : The next generation of attosecond sources

Author

  • Sergei Kühn
  • Mathieu Dumergue
  • Subhendu Kahaly
  • Sudipta Mondal
  • Miklós Füle
  • Tamás Csizmadia
  • Balázs Farkas
  • Balázs Major
  • Zoltán Várallyay
  • Francesca Calegari
  • Michele Devetta
  • Fabio Frassetto
  • Erik Månsson
  • Luca Poletto
  • Salvatore Stagira
  • Caterina Vozzi
  • Mauro Nisoli
  • Piotr Rudawski
  • Sylvain Maclot
  • Filippo Campi
  • Hampus Wikmark
  • Cord L. Arnold
  • Christoph M. Heyl
  • Per Johnsson
  • Anne L'Huillier
  • Rodrigo Lopez-Martens
  • Stefan Haessler
  • Maïmona Bocoum
  • Frederik Boehle
  • Aline Vernier
  • Gregory Iaquaniello
  • Emmanuel Skantzakis
  • Nikos Papadakis
  • Constantinos Kalpouzos
  • Paraskevas Tzallas
  • Franck Lépine
  • Dimitris Charalambidis
  • Katalin Varjú
  • Károly Osvay
  • Giuseppe Sansone

Summary, in English

This review presents the technological infrastructure that will be available at the Extreme Light Infrastructure Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS) international facility. ELI-ALPS will offer to the international scientific community ultrashort pulses in the femtosecond and attosecond domain for time-resolved investigations with unprecedented levels of high quality characteristics. The laser sources and the attosecond beamlines available at the facility will make attosecond technology accessible for scientists lacking access to these novel tools. Time-resolved investigation of systems of increasing complexity is envisaged using the end stations that will be provided at the facility.

Department/s

  • Atomic Physics

Publishing year

2017-06-13

Language

English

Publication/Series

Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics

Volume

50

Issue

13

Document type

Journal article review

Publisher

IOP Publishing

Topic

  • Atom and Molecular Physics and Optics

Keywords

  • application of extreme ultraviolet radiation
  • attosecond physics
  • generation of attosecond pulses
  • ultrafast phenomena

Status

Published

ISBN/ISSN/Other

  • ISSN: 0953-4075