JPhysB is currently publishing a Special Issue on Coherence and Control in the Quantum World. Click the title to find out more.
Atomic and molecular physics
A short summary of what happened at EGAS47 in Riga this July
We talk to Professor Paul Brumer about his research, his career, and where he sees the field of coherent control going in the future.
JPhysB at EGAS47
I round up the LabTalks we published last month.
Lasers can be used to induce the emission of electrons from ions through a process called photodetachment. Particularly interesting to those working in strong field atomic physics is photodetachment in negative ions by femtosecond laser pulses. In a recent paper… Read More ›
JPhysB has just published its newest Special Issue, on the Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions
A roundup of the Topical Reviews and Tutorials JPhysB has published so far this year.
This year we welcome to the Editorial Board a number of new Board Members. In the first of several interviews with our new members, I talk to Dr Anna Sanpera.
Last week JPhysB published a Special Issue on the subject of Filamentation. In their editorial Guest Editors Ruxin Li, Howard Milchberg and Andre Mysyrowicz explain: Twenty years after its first observation in air, the filamentation of ultrashort optical pulses remains… Read More ›
JPhysB had a great 2014 and has an exciting year ahead of it in 2015. Click here to find out more about the changes we’ve got coming up.
Trapping and cooling molecules is a hot topic of research with applications in both chemistry and physics, spanning from testing fundamental theories to quantum computing, and one method for trapping atoms and molecules is via microwave cavity. This week’s Image… Read More ›