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Roadmap on photonic, electronic and atomic collision physics: I. Light-matter interaction

  • Author(s): Ueda, K;
  • Sokell, E;
  • Schippers, S;
  • Aumayr, F;
  • Sadeghpour, H;
  • Burgdörfer, J;
  • Lemell, C;
  • Tong, XM;
  • Pfeifer, T;
  • Calegari, F;
  • Palacios, A;
  • Martin, F;
  • Corkum, P;
  • Sansone, G;
  • Gryzlova, EV;
  • Grum-Grzhimailo, AN;
  • Piancastelli, MN;
  • Weber, PM;
  • Steinle, T;
  • Amini, K;
  • Biegert, J;
  • Berrah, N;
  • Kukk, E;
  • Santra, R;
  • Müller, A;
  • Dowek, D;
  • Lucchese, RR;
  • McCurdy, CW;
  • Bolognesi, P;
  • Avaldi, L;
  • Jahnke, T;
  • Schöffler, MS;
  • Dörner, R;
  • Mairesse, Y;
  • Nahon, L;
  • Smirnova, O;
  • Schlathölter, T;
  • Campbell, EEB;
  • Rost, JM;
  • Meyer, M;
  • Tanaka, KA
  • et al.

We publish three Roadmaps on photonic, electronic and atomic collision physics in order to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the ICPEAC conference. In Roadmap I, we focus on the light-matter interaction. In this area, studies of ultrafast electronic and molecular dynamics have been rapidly growing, with the advent of new light sources such as attosecond lasers and x-ray free electron lasers. In parallel, experiments with established synchrotron radiation sources and femtosecond lasers using cutting-edge detection schemes are revealing new scientific insights that have never been exploited. Relevant theories are also being rapidly developed. Target samples for photon-impact experiments are expanding from atoms and small molecules to complex systems such as biomolecules, fullerene, clusters and solids. This Roadmap aims to look back along the road, explaining the development of these fields, and look forward, collecting contributions from twenty leading groups from the field.

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