Frumker Eugene : Attosecond Science and Nanophotonics group

In our group, we focus on both experimental and theoretical studies at the interface of ultrafast nonlinear optics, attosecond science and nanoscience.  
More specifically, our work involves generation, measurement and control of the interaction of light and matter in atoms, 
molecules and nanosystems in space and time at extremely short (attosecond=10^(-18)sec) time scales. 
Our interests range from fundamental physical phenomena associated with these processes to practical applications. 

There are currently positions available for excellent and highly motivated students at MSc/PhD levels.

We also have exciting projects for the undergraduate students.

For further details, please contact  Eugene Frumker:

 Attosecond burst interference
Figure 1: Attosecond burst interference lies at the heart of
high harmonic generation from oriented molecules.
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