Meeting in Salamanca of the Scientific Advisory Committee of ATTOSTRUCTURA project

Next August will be thirty months since the ATTOSTRUCTURA project began, which means that half of its duration has already elapsed. For this reason, the first meeting of the project’s scientific advisory committee has been held. The committee, made up of external researchers who are experts in the different fields of the project, has the

PhD Student Position on Artificial Intelligence Applied to the Physics of Attosecond Laser Pulses

The University of Salamanca (Spain) invites application for a 3-year PhD Student position to obtain a PhD degree in Physics, starting in September 2022. The position is part of the project ATTOSTRUCTURA, “Structured attosecond pulses for ultrafast nanoscience”, funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program (grant

Attostructura Seminar – Structuring ultrafast laser light through highly nonlinear physics

On February 2nd, Carlos Hernández García, Ramón y Cajal researcher, member of the Laser and Photonic Applications research group and principal investigator of the Attostructura project (ERC 851201) gave the seminar “Structuring ultrafast laser light through highly nonlinear physics” within the cycle of seminars of the Rocasolano Institute of the CSIC. The degree of control

Tailoring complex structures in high-frequency light

The prestigious journal Optica has just published a new article demonstrating the generation of high-frequency light with multiple vibration directions and a spiral phase structure. The research is the result of an international theoretical-experimental collaboration between the Laser and Photonics Applications Group of the University of Salamanca, the University of Paris-Saclay and the Colorado School

WOP Session – Deep Learning and harmonic generation

Javier Serrano, member of the Laser and Photonics Applications group and researcher in the ATTOSTRUCTURA project (ERC 851201), will give the seminar entitled “Deep Learning and harmonic generation” on December 17 at 10:00. The seminar will take place in Room III of the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Salamanca. For those who cannot

The Lord of the Rings: the Graphene Match

As in the books of JRR Tolkien, the Research Group of Laser Applications and Photonics (ALF-USAL) continues their adventure in the search of the Ring. After finding the Phase-Matched Ring in Argon based High-Harmonic Generation [1], now they’ve gone a step beyond to find the Phase-Matched Ring in graphene. It turns out that when a graphene