Next GoLP VIP Seminar "Science at Artemis" by Dr Emma Springate
Next Wednesday, 15 of June from 11:30 to 12:30, there will be our next GoLP VIP Seminar, by Dr Emma Springate (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (STFC) – UK). The event will take place at Anfiteatro Abreu Faro – Complexo I at IST.
Artemis is based on high repetition rate, few optical cycles and widely tuneable laser sources, and ultrafast XUV (10-100 eV) pulses produced through high harmonic generation. Vacuum beamlines deliver the synchronised pulses to end-stations for condensed matter physics and gas-phase chemistry. Experiments on Artemis use high harmonic generation to investigate ultrafast dynamics in experiments on gas, liquid and solid materials. The team also exploits the spatial coherence of the XUV to use coherent diffractive imaging techniques.
Artemis operates lasers very similar to the VOXEL station (800 nm), and the L2I (3 µm) and their secondary sources, for external users, for several years now. Its successful development of an external user community is an important example for our facilities at IST.”