2012 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2004 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1996 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
His primary areas of study are Atomic physics, Laser, Ionization, Ultrashort pulse and Electron. His Atomic physics research incorporates themes from Phase transition, Spectroscopy, Electron spectroscopy, Femtosecond and Rydberg atom. His Laser study is focused on Optics in general.
His study in Ionization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Omega and Semiclassical physics. Philip H. Bucksbaum combines subjects such as Coherent control, Pulse, Triatomic molecule, Molecular physics and Excitation with his study of Ultrashort pulse. His biological study deals with issues like Field, which deal with fields such as Irradiation, Intensity, Lambda and Krypton.
His primary scientific interests are in Atomic physics, Laser, Optics, Ultrashort pulse and Ionization. His work focuses on many connections between Atomic physics and other disciplines, such as Rydberg formula, that overlap with his field of interest in Wave packet. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including X-ray, Diffraction and Photon.
His research on Optics often connects related areas such as Optoelectronics. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Ultrashort pulse, concentrating on Molecular physics and intersecting with Molecule. His work deals with themes such as Spectral line, Fragmentation and Dissociation, which intersect with Ionization.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atomic physics, Laser, Ultrashort pulse, Attosecond and Scattering. His Atomic physics research includes themes of X-ray, Ion, Ionization, Excitation and Electron. His Laser study results in a more complete grasp of Optics.
His studies deal with areas such as Interference and High fidelity as well as Optics. His work carried out in the field of Ultrashort pulse brings together such families of science as Atomic, molecular, and optical physics, High harmonic generation and Femtosecond. His Attosecond research includes elements of Boiling, Photoionization, Rydberg formula and Vacuum energy.
Philip H. Bucksbaum mainly investigates Laser, Attosecond, Ultrashort pulse, Optics and Atomic physics. His work on Fiber laser as part of general Laser study is frequently linked to Crystal, bridging the gap between disciplines. As a part of the same scientific study, Philip H. Bucksbaum usually deals with the Attosecond, concentrating on Photoionization and frequently concerns with Electronic correlation, Rydberg formula and Continuum.
His Ultrashort pulse study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Optoelectronics, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy, High harmonic generation and Femtosecond. His Optics study frequently links to other fields, such as Spectroscopy. Specifically, his work in Atomic physics is concerned with the study of Excited state.
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First lasing and operation of an ångstrom-wavelength free-electron laser
P. Emma;R. Akre;J. Arthur;R. Bionta.
Nature Photonics (2010)
Above-threshold ionization with subpicosecond laser pulses
RR Freeman;PH Bucksbaum;H Milchberg;S Darack.
Physical Review Letters (1987)
Femtosecond electronic response of atoms to ultra-intense X-rays
L. Young;E. P. Kanter;B. Krässig;Y. Li.
Weak interactions of leptons and quarks.
E. D. Commins;P. H. Bucksbaum.
Weak interactions of leptons and quarks.. E. D. Commins (1983)
Softening of the H + 2 molecular bond in intense laser fields
P. H. Bucksbaum;A. Zavriyev;H. G. Muller;D. W. Schumacher.
Physical Review Letters (1990)
Controlling the shape of a quantum wavefunction
TC Weinacht;Jaewook Ahn;PH Bucksbaum.
Generation of high-power sub-single-cycle 500-fs electromagnetic pulses.
D. You;R. R. Jones;P. H. Bucksbaum;D. R. Dykaar.
Optics Letters (1993)
High Harmonic Generation from Multiple Orbitals in N2
Brian K. McFarland;Joseph P. Farrell;Philip H. Bucksbaum;Markus Gühr.
Time-resolved X-Ray diffraction from coherent phonons during a laser-induced phase transition
A. M Lindenberg;I Kang;S. L Johnson;T Missalla;T Missalla.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Ionization and dissociation of H 2 in intense laser fields at 1.064 μm, 532 nm, and 355 nm
A. Zavriyev;P. H. Bucksbaum;H. G. Muller;D. W. Schumacher.
Physical Review A (1990)
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