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Dr. Luca Argenti

Dr. Luca Argenti

Assistant Professor of Physics, Optics & Photonics

Theoretical Attosecond Spectroscopies
http://tas.creol.ucf.edu/

Email

luca.argenti@ucf.edu

Phone

(+1) 407-2599917
(+1) 407-823-0780

Locations

PSB 304

Biography

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

2018
L. Argenti
"Attosecond photoelectron spectroscopy of resonant transitions"
The 48th Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics (PQE 18), Snowbird, Utah
2018
M. Klinker, C. Marante, L. Argenti, J. González-Vázquez, and F. Martín
"Electron correlation in the ionization continuum of molecules: photoionization of N2 in the vicinity of the Hopfield series of autoionizing states"
Journal Physical Chemistry Letters, 9, p. 756–762
2018
D. Busto, L. Barreau, M. Isinger, M. Turconi, C. Alexandridi, A. Harth, S. Zhong, R. J. Squibb, D. Kroon, S. Plogmaker, M. Miranda, Á. Jiménez-Galán, L. Argenti, C. L. Arnold, R. Feifel, F. Martín, M. Gisselbrecht, A. L'Huillier, and P. Salières
"Time–frequency representation of autoionization dynamics in helium"
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, Volume 51(4)
2017
M. Waitz, R.Y. Bello, D. Metz, L. Lower, F. Trinter, C. Schober, M. Keiling, U. Lenz, M. Pitzer, K. Mertens, M. Martins, J. Viefhaus, S. Klumpp, T. Weber, L.P.H. Schmidt, J.B. Williams, M.S. Schoffler, V.V. Serov, A.S. Kheifets, L. Argenti, A. Palacios, F. Martin, T. Jahnke, and R. Dorner
"Imaging the square of the correlated two-electron wave function of a hydrogen molecule "
Nature Communications, 8, 2266
2017
L. Argenti
"Attosecond interferometric spectroscopy of resonant transitions,"
Workshop on Trends in Ultrafast Laser Science, Univ. Colorado, Boulder, CO.
2017
C. Marante, M. Kinker, T. Kjelisson, E. Lindroth, J. Gonzalez-Vazquez, L. Argenti, and F. Martin
"Photoionization using the XCHEM approach: Total and partial cross sections of Ne and resonance parameters above the 2s(2)2p(5) threshold"
Physical Review A, 96(2), 022507
2017
C. L. M. Petersson, L. Argenti, and F. Martin
"Attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy of helium above the N=2 ionization threshold"
Physical Review A, 96(1), 013403
2017
L. Argenti
"Control of photoemission delay in resonant two-photon transitions,"
DAMOP 2017, Sacramento, CA.
2017
L. Argenti, Á. Jiménez-Galán, J. Caillat, R. Taïeb, A. Maquet, and F. Martín
"Control of photoemission delay in resonant two-photon transitions"
Physical Review A, 95(4), 043426
2017
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, 13(2), pp. 499-514
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