Prof. Aleksei Zheltikov

Prof. Aleksei Zheltikov

Ultrafast spectrochronography and high-harmonic spectroscopy with ultrashort pulses in the mid-infrared This talk will provide an overview of recent experiments performed with the use of the recently developed sources of ultrashort pulses in the mid-infrared,...
Prof. Dr. Jens Limpert

Prof. Dr. Jens Limpert

Fiber-based sources for bio-medical imaging Non-linear imaging is among the fastest growing research areas today, driven by the advances in laser technology and high-speed electronics. Since these imaging techniques require a widely tunable high intensity...
Prof. Dr. Johannes Kiefer

Prof. Dr. Johannes Kiefer

Fluid analysis by laser-induced gratings in the mid- and near-infrared The presentation will introduce the nonlinear optical method laser-induced grating scattering (LIGS) spectroscopy, which is capable of determining multiple physicochemical and th...
Prof. R. J. Dwayne Miller

Prof. R. J. Dwayne Miller

Mapping Atomic Motions with Ultrabright Electrons: Realization of the Chemists’ Gedanken Experiment One of the grand challenges in science is to watch atomic motions on the primary timescales of structural transitions, i.e. to watch atoms move in r...
Prof. Siva Umapathy

Prof. Siva Umapathy

Solvent mediated vibrational coherence decay: Excited state dynamics study using ultrafast Raman loss spectroscopy In this talk, we would discuss the influence of solvent dynamics during ultrafast isomerization and proton transfer processes. We have...
 Prof. Ji-Xin Cheng, PhD

 Prof. Ji-Xin Cheng, PhD

New Advances in Molecular Spectroscopic Imaging In this presentation, I will present our latest advances in label-free molecular spectroscopic imaging in the perspectives of development (e.g. mid-infrared photothermal microscopy), discovery (e.g. signatures...