We have been awarded Stony Brook’s highly competitive $200k Discovery Prize. This funding will let us purchase a new electron analyzer for recording angle-resolved photoelectron spectra. A nice writeup from the University with videos is here.
Our first graduate student, Yuning Chen, has been selected to receive the prestigious Maria Tzamarioudaki fellowship for her academic and research excellence. She will receive $15K in support for calendar year 2017. Congratulations to Yuning!
We’ve come up with a way to cavity-enhance 2D signals using the natural phase cycling of higher-order cavity modes: https://arxiv.org/abs/1608.08102
Xinlong Li received the runner up poster prize for the Short Wavelength Sources and Attosecond/High Field Physics technical group at the Ultrafast Phenomena 2016 conference. Congratulations Xinlong!
We have three new group members joining us this Summer, Zihan Zhang, Myles Silfies, and Fanqiong Yuan. Welcome!
Want to build your own high-power Yb:fiber laser? Here’s how: http://arxiv.org/abs/1606.05234
We have been awarded an early career grant from the Department of Energy, Basic Energy Sciences. A writeup by the University appears here: http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/news/general/2016-05-04-thomas-allison.php
Our first paper has now been published, and can be found here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/OPTICA.3.000311
Our first group member, Melanie Reber, has accepted an assistant professor position at University of Georgia in Athens, GA. There, she will start her own research group pursuing ultrafast optical spectroscopy of gas-phase molecular systems. Congratulations to Melanie!