1992 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For insightful and convincing contributions to the theory of interactions of ions with gases and solids
His primary areas of study are Atomic physics, Electron, Ion, Ionization and Laser. He studies Atomic physics, namely Wave packet. His Electron research includes elements of Schrödinger equation, Field, Helium, Atom and Condensed matter physics.
His work on Charged particle as part of general Ion research is frequently linked to Highly charged ion, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Semiclassical physics, Momentum, Quantum tunnelling and Photon in his study of Ionization. His study in Laser is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Polarization, Phase, Pulse and Dielectric.
Atomic physics, Electron, Ion, Ionization and Quantum mechanics are his primary areas of study. He has included themes like Rydberg formula, Rydberg atom and Excitation in his Atomic physics study. His Rydberg atom research includes themes of Electric field, Pulse and Principal quantum number.
His Electron study also includes fields such as
Joachim Burgdörfer mostly deals with Atomic physics, Electron, Rydberg formula, Ionization and Attosecond. Excited state is the focus of his Atomic physics research. His Electron research also works with subjects such as
His work carried out in the field of Rydberg formula brings together such families of science as Range, Molecule, Field desorption and Principal quantum number. His research investigates the connection between Ionization and topics such as Quantum tunnelling that intersect with issues in Phase. His Attosecond research incorporates elements of Photoionization, Double ionization, Photoelectric effect, Field and Streaking.
His primary areas of study are Atomic physics, Attosecond, Laser, Electron and Condensed matter physics. Joachim Burgdörfer is interested in Wave packet, which is a field of Atomic physics. His Attosecond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Field, Spectral line and Metrology.
Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Polarization under Laser, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Ab initio. Joachim Burgdörfer works mostly in the field of Electron, limiting it down to topics relating to Spectroscopy and, in certain cases, Photoelectric effect, Dark matter, Coupling constant and Coupling, as a part of the same area of interest. His Condensed matter physics study incorporates themes from Dirac equation, Bilayer graphene, Graphene and Magnetic field.
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Delay in photoemission.
Martin Schultze;Markus Fieß;Nicholas Karpowicz;Justin Gagnon.
Photovoltaic effect in an electrically tunable van der Waals heterojunction.
Marco M. Furchi;Andreas Pospischil;Florian Libisch;Joachim Burgdörfer.
Nano Letters (2014)
Above-surface neutralization of highly charged ions: The classical over-the-barrier model
Joachim Burgdörfer;Joachim Burgdörfer;Peter Lerner;Fred W. Meyer.
Physical Review A (1991)
Attosecond chronoscopy of photoemission
Renate Pazourek;Stefan Nagele;Joachim Burgdörfer.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2015)
Observation of light-phase-sensitive photoemission from a metal
A. Apolonski;P. Dombi;Gerhard G. Paulus;M. Kakehata.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Nonsequential two-photon double ionization of helium
J. Feist;S. Nagele;R. Pazourek;E. Persson.
Physical Review A (2008)
What will it take to observe processes in 'real time'?
Stephen R. Leone;Stephen R. Leone;C. William McCurdy;C. William McCurdy;Joachim Burgdörfer;Lorenz S. Cederbaum.
Nature Photonics (2014)
The multiradical character of one- and two-dimensional graphene nanoribbons.
Felix Plasser;Hasan Pašalić;Martin H. Gerzabek;Florian Libisch.
Angewandte Chemie (2013)
Attosecond correlation dynamics
Marcus Ossiander;Florian Siegrist;Vage Shirvanyan;R. Pazourek.
Nature Physics (2017)
Direct observation of electron propagation and dielectric screening on the atomic length scale
Stefan Neppl;Stefan Neppl;Stefan Neppl;Ralph Ernstorfer;A. L. Cavalieri;A. L. Cavalieri;C. Lemell.
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