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Dr. David Ayuso
Postdoctoral researcher Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse SpectroscopyDepartment B2: Few Particle Systems in Strong Laser Fields

PhD awarded on December 14th, 2015
Thesis Title:
Coherence in molecular photoionization

Under XChem project, he worked on : Molecular photoionization. Ultrafast electron dynamics induced by atto- and femtosecond laser pulses.
Expertise: Quantum mechanics. Atomic and molecular physics. Theoretical modelling of light-matter interaction.

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Dr. Selma Engin
Former researcher associated to XChem project
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Dr. Alberto Gonzalez Castrillo
Postdoctoral researcher Texas A&M UniversityDepartment of Chemistry

PhD awarded on May 8, 2015
Thesis Title: Single ionization of the hydrogen molecule induced by pump-probe techniques with ultrashort laser pulses

Under XChem project, he worked on: Imaging and controlling the coupled electron-nuclei dynamics in molecular autoionization.
He left the project on November 30th, 2015.

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Dr. Kien Dang Trinh Ha
Postdoctoral researcher University of Turku
Work University of Turku Turku Finland

Expertise: Electron-ion coincidence spectroscopy and basic ab initio quantum chemical modeling
Research interests:
Photofragmentation dynamics of small molecules

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Dr. Álvaro Jiménez Galán
Postdoctoral researcher Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse SpectroscopyDepartment A1: Attosecond Theory

PhD awarded on December 15th, 2015
Thesis Title:
Attosecond spectroscopy of autoionizing states

Under XChem project, he worked on: Attosecond interferometric spectroscopy and coherent control of doubly excited states in Helium by means of soft X-ray pulse trains in conjunction with intense infra-red dressing fields.
Expertise: Attosecond science, ultrafast electron dynamics. Atomic physics of unbound systems, pulsed lasers, electron dynamics. 

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D. Miguel Méndez Hernández
Former SYS Manager
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PhD. student Etienne Plésiat
CIC NanoguneTheory
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Dr. Paula Rivière
Website: Personal Web Site

Expertise: Expert in ab-initio computations for time-dependent problems and in semiclassical dynamics. Interaction of ultrashort laser pulses with atoms and molecules.

Research interests: Strong-field dynamics of atomic and molecular systems induced by femtosecond laser pulses. Electron and nuclear dynamics in atoms and molecules induced by ultrashort laser pulses and pulse trains.

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Prof. Jose Luis Sanz Vicario
University Professor Universidad de AntioquiaInstitute of Physics
Work Universidad de Antioquia Institute of Physics Medellín ColombiaOther Institute of Physics, Universidad de Antioquia Medellín Colombia

Expertise: Quantum Chemistry. Atomic Collision Theory. Electronic Structure of few electron atoms and molecules.
High-precision ab initio calculations in atomic electronic structure. Atomic and Molecular Photoionization and photofragmentation. Resonant states in atoms and molecules. Laser-atom and laser-molecule interactions.
Research interests:
Femto- and attosecond physics in atoms and molecules. Control and coherence in laser driven atomic and molecular dynamics. Plasma interactions in atoms and molecules.

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Dr. Rui E. F. Silva
Postdoctoral researcher Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse SpectroscopyDepartment A1: Attosecond Theory

PhD awarded on January 12th, 2016
Thesis Title:
Study of diatomic molecules under short intense laser pulses

Under XChem project, he worked on: Pump-probe imaging of attosecond dynamics in molecules. Dynamics of small molecules in intense light fields (IR and XUV/Xray) and development of adequate theoretical approaches.
Expertise: Atomic and Molecular Physics, Strong Field Physics

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D. Roberto Torres de Alba
Former SYS Manager
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Dr. Frank L. Yip
Assistant Professor California Maritime AcademyDepartment of Science and Mathematics
Work Vallejo California 94590 EEUU

Expertise: Development of ab initio complex scaling methods, essentials to extract differential ionization probabilities in multiple ionization of molecules.

Research interests: Methodology development for the numerical resolution of the Schrödinger equation with the aim of describing processes induced by ultrashort laser pulses.

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