Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1974
B.S. National Taiwan University, 1969
Theoretical Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics
We are investigating the interaction of intense femtosecond and attosecond light pulses with atoms and molecules. We have established a quantitative rescattering theory which allows us to extract the structure information on the target from laser-generated high-order harmonics and high-energy photoelectrons. Currently we are extending the method to use ultrashort laser pulses for dynamic chemical imaging with femto- to sub-femtosecond temporal resolutions. We also investigating electron dynamics using attosecond pulses.
- Department of Energy
- National Science Foundation
Recent Selected Publications
H. Wei and C. D. Lin (2016). Critical evaluation of attosecond time delays retrieved from photoelectron streaking measurements. Physical Review A, 93, 053412
A-T Le, H. Wei, C. Jin, and C. D. Lin (2016). Strong field approximation in high-order harmonic generation with mid-infrared lasers. Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 49, 053001.
C. Jin, G.J. Stein, K-H. Hong, and C. D. Lin (2015). Generation of bright, spatially coherent soft x-ray high harmonics in a hollow waveguide using two-color synthesized laser pulses. Physical Review Letters, 115, 043901.
M. Pullen , B. Wolter, A-T. Le, M. Baudisch, M. Hemmer, A. Senftleben, C.D. Schröter, J. Ullrich, R. Moshammer, C. D. Lin, and J. Biegert (2015). Imaging an aligned polyatomic molecule with laser-induced electron diffraction. Nature Communications, 6, 7262.
Chao Yu, Hui Wei, Xu Wang Anh Thu Le , Ruifeng Lu, and C. D. Lin. (2015) Reconstruction of two-dimensional molecular structure with laser-induced electron diffraction from laser-aligned polyatomic molecules. Scientific Reports, 5, 15753.