Measuring attosecond x-ray pulses with angular streaking

Wednesday, December 12, 2018 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Speaker:  Siqi Li

Program Description:

In this talk I will discuss the production and application of sub-femtosecond x-ray pulses recently generated at LCLS. I will focus on angular streaking as the measurement technique to resolve the extremely short x-ray pulses. This method exploits phase dependent energy modulation of a photoelectron ionized in the presence of a strong laser field with circular polarization. I will present experimental results of single shot images and preliminary analysis results. Specifically I will discuss two applications of this technique: streaking of the Auger electrons and measuring the shape resonance directly in the time domain.

 

Measuring attosecond x-ray pulses with angular streaking
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