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Interactions, Dynamics and Lasers Laboratory (LIDYL) - UMR 9222 CEA-CNRS, Paris Saclay University

The activities in the LIDYL - UMR 9222 CEA-CNRS laboratory are focused on the fundamental physical and chemical aspects of the interaction between radiation and matter. The research programs range from attosecond studies of electron dynamics in simple atomic and molecular systems over dynamic studies of complex molecular and biomolecular systems up to plasmas.

 
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APPLICATIONS OF INTENSE ULTRA-SHORT XUV PULSES : The laser-driven coherent processes in atoms and molecules can lead to applications in two distinct ways. On the one hand, the EWP diffraction or radiative recombination can probe the system from which it is derived, in a "self-probing" scheme. On the other hand, the XUV pulses produced can subsequently be focused to excite/probe a separated target system.
Hommage à Bertrand Carré : Hommage à Bertrand Carré C’est avec une grande émotion que nous apprenons la disparition de notre collègue et ami Bertrand Carré. Il s’est battu avec un courage impressionnant contre la grave maladie diagnostiquée en juillet 2016.
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SEEDING A FREE ELECTRON LASER : Collaborations : M.-E. Couprie et al., SOLEIL Synchrotron (St-Aubin, France) T. Hara et al., SPring8 Compact SASE Source (SCSS), XFEL Project/RIKEN (Hyogo, Japan) L. Giannessi et al., ENEA & INFN/LNF (Frascati, Italy) For producing intense ultra-short pulses in the XUV, the combination of laser- and accelerator-based sources will obviously play a major role in the design of the fourth-generation FEL.

 

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