[Kenichi L. Ishikawa] innovation of attosecond reaction dynamics controller


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Kenichi L. Ishikawa

Kenichi L. Ishikawa

School of Engineering, the University of Tokyo
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Light-induced chemical and biological processes start with attosecond electron dynamics, which subsequently triggers nuclear motion on femto- to picosecond time scales, leading to chemical reactions. We make full use of our state-of-the-art real-time first-principles simulations, ultra-broadband intense femto- and attosecond laser technology, and ultrafast time-resolved spectroscopy, with a goal to observe the whole reaction dynamics from the electron wave packet motion to molecular structure change and to control chemical reactions using light at will.

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