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Prospective Journal Club papers

Here is a list of interesting papers that could be discussed in Journal Club
You are more than welcome to BYOP bring your own paper... ;-)

Mårsell, Erik, Esben W. Larsen, Cord L. Arnold, Hongxing Xu, Johan Mauritsson, and Anders Mikkelsen. “Photoemission Electron Microscopy of Localized Surface Plasmons in Silver Nanostructures at Telecommunication Wavelengths.” Journal of Applied Physics 117, no. 8 (February 28, 2015): 083104. doi:10.1063/1.4913310.

Mårsell, Erik, Arthur Losquin, Robin Svärd, Miguel Miranda, Chen Guo, Anne Harth, Eleonora Lorek, et al. “Nanoscale Imaging of Local Few-Femtosecond Near-Field Dynamics within a Single Plasmonic Nanoantenna.” Nano Letters, September 16, 2015. doi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.5b02363.

Louisy, M., C. L. Arnold, M. Miranda, E. W. Larsen, S. N. Bengtsson, D. Kroon, M. Kotur, et al.“Gating Attosecond Pulses in a Noncollinear Geometry.” Optica 2, no. 6 (June 20, 2015): 563. doi:10.1364/OPTICA.2.000563.

Phase measurement of a Fano window resonance using tunable attosecond pulses
M. Kotur, D. Guenot, A. Jimenez-Galan, D. Kroon, E. W. Larsen, M. Louisy, S. Bengtsson, M. Miranda, J. Mauritsson, C. L. Arnold, S. E. Canton, M. Gisselbrecht, T. Carette, J. M. Dahlstrom, E. Lindroth, A. Maquet, L. Argenti, F. Martin, A. L'Huillier

Extreme ultraviolet high-harmonic spectroscopy of solids
T. T. Luu, M. Garg, S. Yu. Kruchinin, A. Moulet, M. Th. Hassan & E. Goulielmakis
also: Giulio Vampa and D. M. Villeneuve,
High-harmonic generation: To the extreme,
Nature Physics 11, 529–530 (2015)

Linked attosecond phase interferometry for molecular frame measurements

Theoretical analysis of time delays and streaking effects in XUV photoionization

High-Field Quantum Calculation Reveals Time-Dependent Negative Kerr Contribution

High Harmonic Spectroscopy of the Cooper Minimum in Molecules

Carrier-envelope phase effects on the strong-field photoemission of electrons from metallic nanostructures

Manipulation of quantum paths for space-time characterization of attosecond pulses

Extreme-ultraviolet pump-probe studies of one-femtosecond-scale electron dynamics

Observation of Ultrafast Charge Migration in an Amino Acid

Attosecond Lighthouses: How To Use Spatiotemporally Coupled Light Fields To Generate Isolated Attosecond Pulses

Secondary electron imaging of nanostructures using Extreme Ultra-Violet attosecond pulse trains and Infra-Red femtosecond pulses

Attosecond Time-Resolved Photoemission from Core and Valence States of Magnesium

Controlling dielectrics with the electric field of light

Optical-field-induced current in dielectrics

Strong laser-pulse-driven ionization and Coulomb explosion of hydrocarbon molecules

Few-Cycle Driven Relativistically Oscillating Plasma Mirrors: A Source of Intense Isolated Attosecond Pulses

And for the adventurous:
List of unsolved problems in physics

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