- Anisotropic photoemission time delays close to a Fano resonance
- Imaging the square of the correlated two-electron wave function of a hydrogen molecule
- PhD positions funded by La Caixa
- Professor Fernando Martín receives the King Jaime I Award for Basic Research
is integrated by an interdisciplinary group of researchers and collaborators which aim to develop state-of-the-art time-dependent methods to address newly emerging fundamental questions about the role of sub-fs and attosecond coherent electron dynamics in chemical reactivity.
XChem project is funded by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) / ERC grant agreement n° 290853
XChem project aims at developing theoretical approaches and computational tools for time-resolving and controlling (i) molecular autoionization in the presence of ultra-fast vibrational motion, (ii) attosecond charge migration dynamics in molecules upon ionization, (iii) coupled electron-nuclear dynamics during non-adiabatic transitions, with emphasis on the role of electronic coherence created prior or during the transition, and (iv) chemical reactivity.