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A 26.2: Hauptvortrag
Donnerstag, 12. März 2020, 14:30–15:00, f107
Control of complex Fano resonances by shaped laser pulses — Camilo Granados, Nicola Mayer, Evgenii Ikonnikov, Misha Ivanov, and •Oleg Kornilov — Max-Born-Institute, Berlin
Ultrafast pulsed lasers and high-order harmonic generation have opened access to time-dependent studies in the extreme ultriviolet (XUV) photon energy range. Excited states accessible in the XUV region often have a complex character combining several coupled electronic states, such as multi-state Fano resonances, and undergo ultrafast relaxation dynamics via autoionization, dissociation or relaxation at conical intersections. Recently we investigated dynamics of the complex excited molecular states using time-resolved photoelectron [1,2] and photoion  spectroscopy with wavelength-selected XUV pulses. In this contribution we explore how these dynamics can be controlled by temporal and frequency shaping of the near-infrared pulses used to probe the relaxation dynamics induce by XUV.
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