Dr. Shambhu Ghimire is a Principal Investigator and Group Leader at Stanford PULSE Institute, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Ghimire is a recipient of the prestigious Young Investigator award from the U.S. Department of Energy (2014-2019). Ghimire's expertise are in ultrafast science, particularly in developing novel probes for quantum materials such as two-dimensional crystals and topological insulators. He received his PhD in atomic, molecular and optical physics from Kansas State University in 2007 and went to University of Michigan for a post-doc work before joining SLAC in 2009.

Current Role at Stanford

Principal Investigator in a DOE-funded research area: High-order Harmonic Generation (HHG)

Institute Affiliations

Honors & Awards

  • Early Career Award, U.S. Department of Energy (2014-2019)

Education & Certifications

  • Ph.D, Kansas State University, Physics (2007)
  • Post-doctoral, University of Michigan, Ultrafast Science (2009)

Professional Interests

My research interests are in ultrafast condensed matter, atomic, molecular and optical physics. Currently, we are studying extremely non-linear optical response of quantum materials such as two-dimensional crystals, topological insulators and Weyl semi-metals. Here, the strength of laser field is often comparable to the binding strengths of the material, therefore the typical approximations of nonlinear optics breakdown spectacularly. In 2010, our group discovered that materials subjected to such strong fields produce high-order harmonics of driving laser. In the first experiment, we observed high-harmonics up to 25th orders from zinc oxide crystals subjected to intense mid-infrared laser. Since then there has been a lot of exciting work in the field, which includes understanding the microscopic mechanism of high-harmonic generation and using it to probe materials properties. Some of the properties this scheme can probe are valence charge distributions, electronic band structure, Berry curvature, and quantum mechanical phase transitions including topological phase transitions.

All Publications

  • Giant room-temperature nonlinearities in a monolayer Janus topological semiconductor. Nature communications Shi, J., Xu, H., Heide, C., HuangFu, C., Xia, C., de Quesada, F., Shen, H., Zhang, T., Yu, L., Johnson, A., Liu, F., Shi, E., Jiao, L., Heinz, T., Ghimire, S., Li, J., Kong, J., Guo, Y., Lindenberg, A. M. 2023; 14 (1): 4953


    Nonlinear optical materials possess wide applications, ranging from terahertz and mid-infrared detection to energy harvesting. Recently, the correlations between nonlinear optical responses and certain topological properties, such as the Berry curvature and the quantum metric tensor, have attracted considerable interest. Here, we report giant room-temperature nonlinearities in non-centrosymmetric two-dimensional topological materials-the Janus transition metal dichalcogenides in the 1 T' phase, synthesized by an advanced atomic-layer substitution method. High harmonic generation, terahertz emission spectroscopy, and second harmonic generation measurements consistently show orders-of-the-magnitude enhancement in terahertz-frequency nonlinearities in 1 T' MoSSe (e.g., > 50 times higher than 2H MoS2 for 18th order harmonic generation; > 20 times higher than 2H MoS2 for terahertz emission). We link this giant nonlinear optical response to topological band mixing and strong inversion symmetry breaking due to the Janus structure. Our work defines general protocols for designing materials with large nonlinearities and heralds the applications of topological materials in optoelectronics down to the monolayer limit.

    View details for DOI 10.1038/s41467-023-40373-z

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  • High-harmonic generation from artificially stacked 2D crystals NANOPHOTONICS Heide, C., Kobayashi, Y., Johnson, A. C., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A., Liu, F., Ghimire, S. 2023
  • Floquet engineering of strongly driven excitons in monolayer tungsten disulfide NATURE PHYSICS Kobayashi, Y., Heide, C., Johnson, A. C., Tiwari, V., Liu, F., Reis, D. A., Heinz, T. F., Ghimire, S. 2023
  • Intense infrared lasers for strong-field science ADVANCES IN OPTICS AND PHOTONICS Chang, Z., Fang, L., Fedorov, V., Geiger, C., Ghimire, S., Heide, C., Ishii, N., Itatani, J., Joshi, C., Kobayashi, Y., Kumar, P., Marra, A., Mirov, S., Petrushina, I., Polyanskiy, M., Reis, D. A., Tochitsky, S., Vasilyev, S., Wang, L., Wu, Y., Zhou, F. 2022; 14 (4): 652-782

    View details for DOI 10.1364/AOP.454797

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  • Proposal for High-Energy Cutoff Extension of Optical Harmonics of Solid Materials Using the Example of a One-Dimensional ZnO Crystal. Physical review letters Lang, Y., Peng, Z., Liu, J., Zhao, Z., Ghimire, S. 2022; 129 (16): 167402


    We propose a novel approach based on the subcycle injection of carriers to extend the high-energy cutoff in solid-state high harmonics. The mechanism is first examined by employing the standard single-cell semiconductor Bloch equation (SC SBE) method for one-dimensional (1D) Mathieu potential model for ZnO subjected to the intense linearly polarized midinfrared laser field and extreme-ultraviolet pulse. Then, we use coupled solution of Maxwell propagation equation and SC SBE to propagate the fundamental laser field through the sample, and find that the high-harmonics pulse train from the entrance section of the sample can inject carriers to the conduction bands with attosecond timing, subsequently leading to a dramatic extension of high-energy cutoff in harmonics from the backside. We predict that for a peak intensity at 2×10^{11}  W/cm^{2}, as a result of the self-seeding, the high-energy cutoff shifts from 20th (7.75 eV) order to around 50th (19.38 eV) order harmonics.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.167402

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  • Probing topological phase transitions using high-harmonic generation NATURE PHOTONICS Heide, C., Kobayashi, Y., Baykusheva, D. R., Jain, D., Sobota, J. A., Hashimoto, M., Kirchmann, P. S., Oh, S., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2022
  • Probing electron-hole coherence in strongly driven 2D materials using high-harmonic generation OPTICA Heide, C., Kobayashi, Y., Johnson, A. C., Liu, F., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2022; 9 (5): 512-516
  • Probing attosecond phenomena in solids NATURE PHOTONICS Ghimire, S. 2021
  • All-Optical Probe of Three-Dimensional Topological Insulators Based on High-Harmonic Generation by Circularly Polarized Laser Fields. Nano letters Baykusheva, D., Chacon, A., Lu, J., Bailey, T. P., Sobota, J. A., Soifer, H., Kirchmann, P. S., Rotundu, C., Uher, C., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2021


    We report the observation of an anomalous nonlinear optical response of the prototypical three-dimensional topological insulator bismuth selenide through the process of high-order harmonic generation. We find that the generation efficiency increases as the laser polarization is changed from linear to elliptical, and it becomes maximum for circular polarization. With the aid of a microscopic theory and a detailed analysis of the measured spectra, we reveal that such anomalous enhancement encodes the characteristic topology of the band structure that originates from the interplay of strong spin-orbit coupling and time-reversal symmetry protection. The implications are in ultrafast probing of topological phase transitions, light-field driven dissipationless electronics, and quantum computation.

    View details for DOI 10.1021/acs.nanolett.1c02145

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  • Strong-field physics in three-dimensional topological insulators PHYSICAL REVIEW A Baykusheva, D., Chacon, A., Kim, D., Kim, D., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2021; 103 (2)
  • The effect of photo-carrier doping on the generation of high harmonics from MoS2 Heide, C., Kobayashi, Y., Liu, F., Ghimire, S., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A., IEEE IEEE. 2021
  • Attosecond synchronization of extreme ultraviolet high harmonics from crystals JOURNAL OF PHYSICS B-ATOMIC MOLECULAR AND OPTICAL PHYSICS Vampa, G., Lu, J., You, Y., Baykusheva, D. R., Wu, M., Liu, H., Schafer, K. J., Gaarde, M. B., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2020; 53 (14)
  • Attosecond science based on high harmonic generation from gases and solids. Nature communications Li, J., Lu, J., Chew, A., Han, S., Li, J., Wu, Y., Wang, H., Ghimire, S., Chang, Z. 2020; 11 (1): 2748


    Recent progress in high power ultrafast short-wave and mid-wave infrared lasers has enabled gas-phase high harmonic generation (HHG) in the water window and beyond, as well as the demonstration of HHG in condensed matter. In this Perspective, we discuss the recent advancements and future trends in generating and characterizing soft X-ray pulses from gas-phase HHG and extreme ultraviolet (XUV) pulses from solid-state HHG. Then, we discuss their current and potential usage in time-resolved study of electron and nuclear dynamics in atomic, molecular and condensed matters.

    View details for DOI 10.1038/s41467-020-16480-6

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  • Strong-field physics in three-dimensional topological insulators Strong-field physics in three-dimensional topological insulators Baykusheva, D., et al 2020
  • High-harmonic generation from an epsilon-near-zero material NATURE PHYSICS Yang, Y., Lu, J., Manjavacas, A., Luk, T. S., Liu, H., Kelley, K., Maria, J., Runnerstrom, E. L., Sinclair, M. B., Ghimire, S., Brener, I. 2019; 15 (10): 1022-+
  • Interferometry of dipole phase in high harmonics from solids NATURE PHOTONICS Lu, J., Cunningham, E. F., You, Y., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2019; 13 (2): 96-+
  • Crystal orientation-dependent polarization state of high-order harmonics OPTICS LETTERS You, Y., Lu, J., Cunningham, E. F., Roedel, C., Ghimire, S. 2019; 44 (3): 530–33


    We analyze the crystal orientation-dependent polarization state of extreme ultraviolet high-order harmonics from bulk magnesium oxide crystals subjected to intense linearly polarized laser fields. We find that only along high-symmetry directions do high-order harmonics follow the polarization direction of the laser field. In general, there are strong deviations that depend on harmonic order, strength of the laser field, and crystal orientation. We use a real-space electron trajectory picture to understand the origin of polarization deviations. These results have implications in all-optical probing of electronic band structure in momentum space and valence charge distributions in real space, and in producing attosecond pulses with time-dependent polarization in compact setups.

    View details for DOI 10.1364/OL.44.000530

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  • High-harmonic generation from solids NATURE PHYSICS Ghimire, S., Reis, D. A. 2019; 15 (1): 10–16
  • High-Harmonic Generation from Topological Insulators Baykusheva, D., Lu, J., Sobota, J. A., Soifer, H., Rotundu, C. R., Kirchmann, P. S., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2019
  • Probing periodic potential of crystals via strong-field re-scattering JOURNAL OF PHYSICS B-ATOMIC MOLECULAR AND OPTICAL PHYSICS You, Y., Cunningham, E., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2018; 51 (11)
  • Locking the waveform with a quartz crystal NATURE PHOTONICS Ghimire, S. 2018; 12 (5): 256–57
  • Polarimetry of High Harmonics in Bulk Crystals You, Y., Cunningham, E., Rodel, C., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2018
  • Emission Phase of Extreme Ultraviolet High Harmonics from Bulk Crystals Lu, J., You, Y., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2018
  • Orientation dependence of temporal and spectral properties of high-order harmonics in solids PHYSICAL REVIEW A Wu, M., You, Y., Ghimire, S., Reis, D. A., Browne, D. A., Schafer, K. J., Gaarde, M. B. 2017; 96 (6)
  • High-harmonic generation in amorphous solids NATURE COMMUNICATIONS You, Y., Yin, Y., Wu, Y., Chew, A., Ren, X., Zhuang, F., Gholam-Mirzaei, S., Chini, M., Chang, Z., Ghimire, S. 2017; 8: 724


    High-harmonic generation in isolated atoms and molecules has been widely utilized in extreme ultraviolet photonics and attosecond pulse metrology. Recently, high-harmonic generation has been observed in solids, which could lead to important applications such as all-optical methods to image valance charge density and reconstruct electronic band structures, as well as compact extreme ultraviolet light sources. So far these studies are confined to crystalline solids; therefore, decoupling the respective roles of long-range periodicity and high density has been challenging. Here we report the observation of high-harmonic generation from amorphous fused silica. We decouple the role of long-range periodicity by comparing harmonics generated from fused silica and crystalline quartz, which contain the same atomic constituents but differ in long-range periodicity. Our results advance current understanding of the strong-field processes leading to high-harmonic generation in solids with implications for the development of robust and compact extreme ultraviolet light sources.Although higher harmonic generation from solids has become of interest in many fields, its observation is typically limited to crystalline solids. Here, the authors demonstrate that higher harmonics can be generated from amorphous solids.

    View details for DOI 10.1038/s41467-017-00989-4

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  • Laser waveform control of extreme ultraviolet high harmonics from solids OPTICS LETTERS You, Y. S., Wu, M., Yin, Y., Chew, A., Ren, X., Gholam-Mirzaei, S., Browne, D. A., Chini, M., Chang, Z., Schafer, K. J., Gaarde, M. B., Ghimire, S. 2017; 42 (9): 1816-1819


    Solid-state high-harmonic sources offer the possibility of compact, high-repetition-rate attosecond light emitters. However, the time structure of high harmonics must be characterized at the sub-cycle level. We use strong two-cycle laser pulses to directly control the time-dependent nonlinear current in single-crystal MgO, leading to the generation of extreme ultraviolet harmonics. We find that harmonics are delayed with respect to each other, yielding an atto-chirp, the value of which depends on the laser field strength. Our results provide the foundation for attosecond pulse metrology based on solid-state harmonics and a new approach to studying sub-cycle dynamics in solids.

    View details for DOI 10.1364/OL.42.001816

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  • Anisotropic high-harmonic generation in bulk crystals NATURE PHYSICS You, Y. S., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S. 2017; 13 (4): 345-349

    View details for DOI 10.1038/NPHYS3955

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  • High-harmonic generation from an atomically thin semiconductor NATURE PHYSICS Liu, H., Li, Y., You, Y. S., Ghimire, S., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A. 2017; 13 (3): 262-?

    View details for DOI 10.1038/NPHYS3946

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  • Phase-coherence of high-order harmonics from bulk crystals using homodyne detection Cunningham, E., You, Y., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2017
  • Waveform control of high-harmonic generation in solids You, Y., Wu, M., Yin, Y., Chew, A., Ren, X., Gholam-Mirzaei, S., Browne, D. A., Chini, M., Chang, Z., Schafer, K. J., Gaarde, M. B., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2017
  • High-order harmonics from bulk and 2D crystals You, Y., Ndabashimiye, G., Liu, H., Li, Y., Heinz, T. F., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2017
  • Nonsequential two-photon absorption from the K shell in solid zirconium PHYSICAL REVIEW A Ghimire, S., Fuchs, M., Hastings, J., Herrmann, S. C., Inubushi, Y., Pines, J., Shwartz, S., Yabashi, M., Reis, D. A. 2016; 94 (4)
  • Solid-state harmonics beyond the atomic limit NATURE Ndabashimiye, G., Ghimire, S., Wu, M., Browne, D. A., Schafer, K. J., Gaarde, M. B., Reis, D. A. 2016; 534 (7608): 520-?


    Strong-field laser excitation of solids can produce extremely nonlinear electronic and optical behaviour. As recently demonstrated, this includes the generation of high harmonics extending into the vacuum-ultraviolet and extreme-ultraviolet regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. High harmonic generation is shown to occur fundamentally differently in solids and in dilute atomic gases. How the microscopic mechanisms in the solid and the gas differ remains a topic of intense debate. Here we report a direct comparison of high harmonic generation in the solid and gas phases of argon and krypton. Owing to the weak van der Waals interaction, rare (noble)-gas solids are a near-ideal medium in which to study the role of high density and periodicity in the generation process. We find that the high harmonic generation spectra from the rare-gas solids exhibit multiple plateaus extending well beyond the atomic limit of the corresponding gas-phase harmonics measured under similar conditions. The appearance of multiple plateaus indicates strong interband couplings involving multiple single-particle bands. We also compare the dependence of the solid and gas harmonic yield on laser ellipticity and find that they are similar, suggesting the importance of electron-hole recollision in these solids. This implies that gas-phase methods such as polarization gating for attosecond pulse generation and orbital tomography could be realized in solids.

    View details for DOI 10.1038/nature17660

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  • High harmonics from solids probe Angstrom scale structure You, Y., Reis, D. A., Ghimire, S., IEEE IEEE. 2016
  • Anomalous nonlinear X-ray Compton scattering NATURE PHYSICS Fuchs, M., Trigo, M., Chen, J., Ghimire, S., Shwartz, S., Kozina, M., Jiang, M., Henighan, T., Bray, C., Ndabashimiye, G., Bucksbaum, P. H., Feng, Y., Herrmann, S., Carini, G. A., Pines, J., Hart, P., Kenney, C., Guillet, S., Boutee, S., Williams, G. J., Messerschmidt, M., Seibert, M. M., Moeller, S., Hastings, J. B., Reis, D. A. 2015; 11 (11): 964-970

    View details for DOI 10.1038/NPHYS3452

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  • High-harmonic generation from Bloch electrons in solids PHYSICAL REVIEW A Wu, M., Ghimire, S., Reis, D. A., Schafer, K. J., Gaarde, M. B. 2015; 91 (4)
  • Strong-field and attosecond physics in solids JOURNAL OF PHYSICS B-ATOMIC MOLECULAR AND OPTICAL PHYSICS Ghimire, S., Ndabashimiye, G., DiChiara, A. D., Sistrunk, E., Stockman, M. I., Agostini, P., DiMauro, L. F., Reis, D. A. 2014; 47 (20)
  • Measurement of coherence Lengths of Below Threshold Harmonics in Solid Argon Ndabashimiye, G., Ghimire, S., Nicholson, D., Reis, D. A., IEEE IEEE. 2013
  • Generation and propagation of high-order harmonics in crystals PHYSICAL REVIEW A Ghimire, S., DiChiara, A. D., Sistrunk, E., Ndabashimiye, G., Szafruga, U. B., Mohammad, A., Agostini, P., DiMauro, L. F., Reis, D. A. 2012; 85 (4)
  • Scaling of High-Order Harmonic Generation in the Long Wavelength Limit of a Strong Laser Field IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTUM ELECTRONICS DiChiara, A. D., Ghimire, S., Blaga, C. I., Sistrunk, E., Power, E. P., March, A. M., Miller, T. A., Reis, D. A., Agostini, P., DiMauro, L. F. 2012; 18 (1): 419-433
  • High-order harmonic generation in solid argon Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) Ghimire, S., Ndabashimiye, G., Reis, D. A. IEEE. 2012
  • Redshift in the Optical Absorption of ZnO Single Crystals in the Presence of an Intense Midinfrared Laser Field PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Ghimire, S., DiChiara, A. D., Sistrunk, E., Szafruga, U. B., Agostini, P., DiMauro, L. F., Reis, D. A. 2011; 107 (16)


    We report time-resolved electroabsorption of a weak probe in a 500 μm thick zinc-oxide crystal in the presence of a strong midinfrared pump in the tunneling limit. We observe a substantial redshift in the absorption edge that scales with the cube root of intensity up to 1 TW/cm(2) (0.38 eV cm(2/3) TW(-1/3)) after which it increases more slowly to 0.4 eV at a maximum applied intensity of 5 TW/cm(2). The maximum shift corresponds to more than 10% of the band gap. The change in scaling occurs in a regime of nonperturbative high-order harmonic generation where electrons undergo periodic Bragg scattering from the Brillouin zone boundaries. It also coincides with the limit where the electric field becomes comparable to the ratio of the band gap to the lattice spacing.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.107.167407

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  • Single-cycle terahertz pulses with > 0.2 V/angstrom field amplitudes via coherent transition radiation APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Daranciang, D., Goodfellow, J., Fuchs, M., Wen, H., Ghimire, S., Reis, D. A., Loos, H., Fisher, A. S., Lindenberg, A. M. 2011; 99 (14)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.3646399

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  • Nonlinear Atomic Response to Intense Ultrashort X Rays PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Doumy, G., Roedig, C., Son, S., Blaga, C. I., DiChiara, A. D., Santra, R., Berrah, N., Bostedt, C., Bozek, J. D., Bucksbaum, P. H., Cryan, J. P., Fang, L., Ghimire, S., Glownia, J. M., Hoener, M., Kanter, E. P., Kraessig, B., Kuebel, M., Messerschmidt, M., Paulus, G. G., Reis, D. A., Rohringer, N., Young, L., Agostini, P., DiMauro, L. F. 2011; 106 (8)


    The nonlinear absorption mechanisms of neon atoms to intense, femtosecond kilovolt x rays are investigated. The production of Ne(9+) is observed at x-ray frequencies below the Ne(8+), 1s(2) absorption edge and demonstrates a clear quadratic dependence on fluence. Theoretical analysis shows that the production is a combination of the two-photon ionization of Ne(8+) ground state and a high-order sequential process involving single-photon production and ionization of transient excited states on a time scale faster than the Auger decay. We find that the nonlinear direct two-photon ionization cross section is orders of magnitude higher than expected from previous calculations.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.106.083002

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  • Observation of high-order harmonic generation in a bulk crystal NATURE PHYSICS Ghimire, S., DiChiara, A. D., Sistrunk, E., Agostini, P., DiMauro, L. F., Reis, D. A. 2011; 7 (2): 138-141

    View details for DOI 10.1038/NPHYS1847

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  • Strong-field Induced Optical Absorption in ZnO Crystal Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) Ghimire, S., DiChiara, A. D., Sistrunk, E., DiMauro, L. F., Agostini, P., Reis, D. A. IEEE. 2011
  • Femtosecond electronic response of atoms to ultra-intense X-rays NATURE Young, L., Kanter, E. P., Kraessig, B., Li, Y., March, A. M., Pratt, S. T., Santra, R., Southworth, S. H., Rohringer, N., DiMauro, L. F., Doumy, G., Roedig, C. A., Berrah, N., Fang, L., Hoener, M., Bucksbaum, P. H., Cryan, J. P., Ghimire, S., Glownia, J. M., Reis, D. A., Bozek, J. D., Bostedt, C., Messerschmidt, M. 2010; 466 (7302): 56-U66


    An era of exploring the interactions of high-intensity, hard X-rays with matter has begun with the start-up of a hard-X-ray free-electron laser, the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS). Understanding how electrons in matter respond to ultra-intense X-ray radiation is essential for all applications. Here we reveal the nature of the electronic response in a free atom to unprecedented high-intensity, short-wavelength, high-fluence radiation (respectively 10(18) W cm(-2), 1.5-0.6 nm, approximately 10(5) X-ray photons per A(2)). At this fluence, the neon target inevitably changes during the course of a single femtosecond-duration X-ray pulse-by sequentially ejecting electrons-to produce fully-stripped neon through absorption of six photons. Rapid photoejection of inner-shell electrons produces 'hollow' atoms and an intensity-induced X-ray transparency. Such transparency, due to the presence of inner-shell vacancies, can be induced in all atomic, molecular and condensed matter systems at high intensity. Quantitative comparison with theory allows us to extract LCLS fluence and pulse duration. Our successful modelling of X-ray/atom interactions using a straightforward rate equation approach augurs favourably for extension to complex systems.

    View details for DOI 10.1038/nature09177

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  • Measurement of attosecond XUV pulses generated with polarization gating by two-dimensional photoelectron spectroscopy Ghimire, S., Feng, X., Chang, Z., Chang, Z., Kyrala, G. A., Kieffer, J. C. SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 2007

    View details for DOI 10.1117/12.737580

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