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Using the autocorrelator, few-cycle laser pulses compressed by chirped mirrors were measured. The FWHM pulse duration is 4.3 fs with 0.37 mJ pulse energy.
Autocorrelation trace (4.3 fs)Scanning Autocorrelator
Inside XUV chamber
Double mirrors focus both femtosecond IR pulse and attosecond XUV pulse to Ne gas target . Electron signal is measured by TOF while the delay is being scanned
FEMTOPOWER (FemtoLaser) delivers 25 fs laser pulse of 1.5 mJ energy per pulse. Rep.rate is 3 kHz and center wavelength is 795 nm. Carrier envelope phase (CEP) is stabilized.`
Jaeuk Heo1,2 (허재욱), Byunghoon Kim2 (김병훈) and Done Eon Kim1,2 (김동언) 1Department of Physcis, POSTECH, 77 Cheongam-Ro, Nam-gu. Pohang. Gyeongbuk 37673, Republic of Korea
2Max Planck Center for Attosecond Science, Max Planck POSTECH/KOTEA Res. Init., Pohang 37673, Republic of Korea
Ultrafast Dynamics in Attosecond Atomic Physics Beam-line at POSTECH
Octave spanning spectrum (400~1000 nm) has been obtained by using Ne gas (3.5 bar) filled hollow core fiber. The output pulse energy is 0.57 mJ
Nonlinear interaction of few-cycle laser with Ne gas (0.2 bar) results high-order harmonic radiation which converts the photon energy to XUV level.
Ne gas cellHHG vacuum chamber
Retrieved streaking signal for attosecond XUV pulse3 Analyzed result (500 as)
Rotating Wave Approximation (RWA) breaks down in high field, resulting in new feature of Counter Rotating Wave (CRW) effect.
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0 1 1 0
(a)As ratio of Rabi frequency to the control field
frequency ( 𝛺
ω ) increases, the oscillating features
become more prominent.
(b) As the scaling increases, the oscillating effect ( 𝛺
Calculation results for difference pulse width (5.3 fs, 21.3 fs). For both cases, the field
strength ( 𝛺
ω ) is kept the
Streaking with TOF scheme
∆ : detuning in frequency, Ω(=µ E) : the Rabi frequency, µ is the transition dipole moment, ω : transition frequency
‘2ω oscillation’ • ‘Autler-Townes splitting’ • ‘Asymmetric splitting’ can be seen.