Carlos Hernández-García
Photonics and Laser Applications Group
 
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Carlos Hernández García (i), Ricardo Torres (c) y Margaret Murnane (d)

Entrevista a Margaret Murnane: “Los países deberían retener su talento y conservar una masa crítica de científicos”

“Los países deberían retener su talento y conservar una masa crítica de científicos” Margaret Murnane, asesora científica del presidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, ha visitado la Universidad de Salamanca para formar parte del jurado de la tesis doctoral de Carlos Hernández García. Link Margaret Murnane (JILA, USA) has visited the University of Salamanca for […]

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OPN Optics in 2012 – Ultrafast keV X-rays from Tabletop Femtosecond Lasers

Our recent publication with Kapteyn & Murnane’s group at JILA is highlighted in the special number of Optics & Photonics News (OSA), in december 2012 (link)

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OSA best student award to Carlos Hernández-García

OSA best student award to Carlos Hernández-García

In the last Spanish Optical Society Meeting, Carlos Hernández-García received the OSA best student paper award for his paper “Temporal structure of ultra high-order harmonic generation in the keV regime driven by mid-infrared lasers”. This work is a collaboration between Luis Plaja’s group, GIOE, at Universidad de Salamanca (Spain), and both Becker’s and Kapteyn and […]

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All the Colors of a High-Energy Rainbow, in a Tightly Focused Beam

For the first time, researchers have produced a coherent, laser-like, directed beam of light that simultaneously streams ultraviolet light, X-rays and all wavelengths in between. One of the few light sources to successfully produce a coherent beam that includes X-rays, this new technology is the first to do so using a setup that fits on […]

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Tailoring attosecond pulses with quantum path interferences

There is an astonishing simplicity in some processes of intense-laser interactions. At high field amplitudes, there is an optimal probability for the electron to tunnel out of the atom. Then, the field interaction dominates and the electrons evolve almost freely. High-order harmonics (HH) are emitted when these fast electrons are driven back to rescatter with […]

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Científicos del Grupo de Óptica Extrema de la Universidad de Salamanca logran generar rayos X coherentes e intensos por láser

Press new in the University of Salamanca related to our recent publication in Science. The picture was taken in the office of Luis Plaja. Here is the link.

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