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Dr. Luca Argenti

Dr. Luca Argenti

Assistant Professor of Physics, Optics & Photonics

Theoretical Attosecond Spectroscopies



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Luca Argenti earned his undergraduate degree in chemistry in 2001 from the University of Pisa (Italy, EU), and his PhD degree in chemistry in 2008, from the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa, with a thesis on theoretical methods for resonant atomic photoionization, under the direction of Prof. Roberto Moccia. In 2009 he joined the department of Physics at Stockholm University (Sweden, EU), with a post-doctoral research position under the direction of Prof. Eva Lindroth, to develop the theory of time-resolved attosecond processes in atoms. In August 2010, Dr. Argenti joined the group of Prof. Fernando Martín at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain, EU), where he further developed new theoretical and numerical methods for atomic and molecular attosecond interferometric spectroscopies, as well as for high-resolution molecular photoelectron spectroscopies. During this time, he directed one master and two PhD thesis, one of which has been defended in December 2015. In 2016 he joined UCF as assistant professor with a joint appointment at the Department of Physics and at CREOL. Dr. Argenti has authored several peer reviewed papers, some of which in high-impact journals such as Physical Review Letters, Nature, and Nature Communication.

Awards & Honors

2016 2016 ISSNAF Awards for Young Investigators, Italian Embassy

Recent Publications

S. Heuser, Á. Jiménez Galán, C. Cirelli, C. Marante, M. Sabbar, R. Boge, M. Lucchini, L. Gallmann, I. Ivanov, A.S. Kheifets, J.M. Dahlström, E. Lindroth, L. Argenti, F. Martín, and U. Keller
"Angular dependence of photoemission time delay in helium"
Physical Review A, 94, pp.063409
C. Marante, M. Klinker, I. Corral, J. González-Vázquez, L. Argenti, and F. Martín
"Hybrid-basis close-coupling interface to quantum chemistry packages for the treatment of ionization problems"
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation
L. Argenti
"A hybrid-basis close-coupling interface to quantum chemistry packages for the treatment of ionization problems"
Joint Attosecond-MURI annual meeting, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, November
V. Gruson, L. Barreau, A. Jimenez-Galan, F. Risoud, J. Caillat, A. Maquet, B. Carre, F. Lepetit, J.F. Hergott, T. Ruchon, L. Argenti, R. Taieb, F. Martin, and P. Salieres
"Attosecond dynamics through a Fano resonance: Monitoring the birth of a photoelectron"
Science 354(6313), pp.734-738
L. Argenti
"Attosecond interferometric spectroscopy of resonant transitions"
ITAMP Workshop, The electronicstructure problem in theoretical strong-field physis, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA
Writer for "La Nazione", an Italian national newspaper
"Dalla Normale agli Usa: il chimico Luca Argenti in finale tra i big della scienza"
La Nazione / Pisa / Cronaca 11 Ottobre
"Due scienziati trevigiani alle finali degli Issnaf award negli USA"
"La Tribuna di Treviso", a local Italian newspaper, 11 Ottobre
L. Argenti
"Theoretical Atomic Attosecond Spectroscopies"
2016 ISSNAF Awards for Young Investigators, Italian Embassy, Washington DC, October 18
Y. Cheng, M. Chini, X.W. Wang, A. Gonzalez-Castrillo, A. Palacios, L. Argenti, F. Martin, and Z. Chang
"Reconstruction of an excited-state molecular wave packet with attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy"
Physical Review A, 94(2), 023403
L. Argenti
"Birth of a resonant photoelectron wavepacket"
25th International Conference on Atomic Physics (ICAP), Seoul, Korea, invited


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