I’m Carlos Hernández García and I am working as a Marie-Curie post-doctoral fellow at University of Salamanca (Spain). I have been awarded with a post-doctoral Marie Curie fellowship. Within the fellowship, I spent the two previous years as a Research Associate at JILA, University of Colorado at Boulder, in Becker’s group (also in collaboration with Kapteyn and Murnane’s group).
I obtained my PhD in the University of Salamanca (January 2013), in the Research Group in Extreme Optics, under the supervision of Prof. Luis Plaja. The title of my PhD thesis was Coherent attosecond sources based on high-order harmonic generation: influence of the propagation effects. (Download PhD thesis in PDF). My fields of interest are Ultraintense and Ultrashort Laser Sources, Laser-matter Interaction, High-order Harmonic Generation and Propagation, Attosecond and Zeptosecond Physics, Quantum Path Interferences, Plasma Physics and Compression of Ultrashort Laser Pulses.
“Noncollinear generation of angularly isolated circularly polarized high harmonics”, D. Hickstein, F. Dollar, P. Grychtol, J. Ellis, R. Knut, C. Hernández-García, D. Zusin, C. Gentry, J. Shaw, T. Fan, K. Dorney, A. Becker, A. Jaron-Becker, M. Murnane, H. Kapteyn, and C. Durfee, accepted for publication in Nature Photonics.
“Quantum-path signatures in attosecond helical beams driven by optical vortices”, C. Hernández-García, J. San Román, L. Plaja, and A. Picón, accepted for publication in New Journal of Physics.
“Carrier-envelope-phase insensitivity in high-order harmonic generation driven by few-cycle laser pulses”, C. Hernández-García, W. Holgado, L. Plaja, B. Alonso, F. Silva, M. Miranda, H. Crespo, and I. J. Sola, Optics Express 23, 21497 (2015). Received 22 June 2015; published 7 August 2015.