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Attoscience, Nobel 2023, and Quantum Simulators

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I will start my talk with an introduction to “super-intense laser-matter physics”. I will then focus on the phenomenon of High Harmonics Generation (HHG) and its physical nature. I will explain how this phenomenon may lead to generations of attosecond pulse trains or isolated attosecond pulses in XUV range. In the second part, I will focus on recent developments in the field that allow to study QED aspects of attophysics. The third part will be devoted to the discussion of quantum simulators of atto-physics with ultracold atoms. I will end with my personal story of Nobel 2023.

This talk is part of the Cavendish Quantum Colloquium series.

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