[Tomoya Okino] Control of chemical reactions using ultrafast charge migration processes

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Tomoya Okino

Tomoya Okino

Center for Advanced Photonics, RIKEN
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Real-time observation of electron motion in substances is crucial for understanding and/or controlling chemical reactions since they are driven by the ultrafast motion of electrons. In this research project, I will develop light sources and momentum imaging instruments specialized for attosecond nonlinear spectroscopy and aim at controlling chemical reactions in polyatomic or biological molecules within 100 attoseconds using ultrafast charge migration processes induced by attosecond pulses.

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