Paper published in Phys. Rev. Lett.
Last updated October 17, 2019 by Andrew Brown
Congratulations to CTAMOP post-doc Jack Wragg and colleagues on the publication of a landmark paper in Physical Review Letters.
The research is the fruit of the EPSRC funded ARMouReD project: (Atomic R-Matrix for Relativistic Dynamics), and details the first application of the relativistic time-dependent R-matrix (RMT) code to describe ultrafast spin-orbit dynamics. The paper is the first exploration of how the spin-orbit effect might be measured in time-resolved experiment, and showcases the capability of the RMT code for describing laser-atom interactions in unrivalled detail.
Well done to Jack and co-authors: Daniel Clarke, Greg Armstrong, Andrew Brown Connor Ballance, and Hugo van der Hart.
We are a Research Cluster of the School of Mathematics and Physics at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland. Our research interests are focused primarily on computational and theoretical physics.
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