Special Issue "Frontiers in Terahertz Science and Technology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2015).
Interests: high-harmonic generation; Terahertz spectroscopy; ultrafast magnetization dynamics; electron photoemission; electron fieldemission; ultrafast and nonlinear optics
The recent advance in Terahertz generation, pulse shaping, and imaging technology has opened up new opportunities in basic and applied science. Terahertz sources with advanced capabilities are of growing interest for time-resolved investigations of ultrafast phenomena, including carrier, lattice, and spin dynamics, as well as for linear and nonlinear spectroscopy.
In this Special Issue we want to address recent advances and trends on the following topics:
-linear and nonlinear THz spectroscopy in condensed matter and molecules
-strong-field phenomena in solids and at interfaces
-near field and far field spectroscopy
-charged particle manipulation and acceleration
-THz pulse shaping technology
-intense and tunable narrowband/broadband THz sources
Submissions are invited for original research articles. Review articles are also welcome on a sub-topic of the Special Issue and should give a well-balanced overview on the area and include main results from other groups.
Prof. Dr. Christoph Peter Hauri
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- Nano spectroscopy
- multi-dimensional spectroscopy
- ultrafast magnetism
- complex materials
- carrier dynamics
- strong-field physics
- field emission
- particle acceleration
- pulse shaping
- source developments