Attosecond Science and Technology
The Science Partner Journal Ultrafast Science is now considering submissions for its first special issue, Attosecond Science and Technology.
Attosecond pulses, the shortest light flashes that human beings have been able to achieve, provide a unique tool for deeply exploring insights into the microworld with real-time observation. Two decades after the first creation of attosecond pulses, attosecond science and technology has grown to a cutting-edge research field within many disciplines. This science opens a door to reveal mechanisms that govern ultrafast phenomenon in atomic physics, molecular sciences, chemical physics, advanced materials, biology, condensed matter, and more. After 20 years, attosecond science and technology faces a turning point for future development.
Ultrafast Science invites manuscripts for a special issue in this field. Topics may include but are not limited to:
- Attosecond light source
- Applications of high-order harmonics in biology
- High-order harmonic generation in solids
- Attosecond pulse generation by free-electron laser (FEL)
- Ultrafast electron pulse
- Attosecond diagnostics
- Attosecond dynamics
- Ultrafast imaging
- Attosecond spectroscopy
Franz X. Kärtner, Department of Physics, University of Hamburg, Germany
Katsumi Midorikawa, RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics, Japan
Zhiyi Wei, Institute of Physics, CAS, China
March 31, 2021
Please indicate in your cover letter that your submission is intended for inclusion in the special issue on Attosecond Science and Technology.