Our group employs lasers to investigate the spectroscopy
and dynamics of the excited states of atoms, small molecules, organic
molecules and biomolecules in the gas-phase and on metal surfaces.
We are also interested in developing ways to control the photophysics
and photochemistry of these systems using ultrafast laser technology.
Our research involves a combination of experiment and theory. We
have a number of collaborations with experimentalists and theoreticians
in the UK and abroad.
A Marie-Curie initial training network for ultrafast control of quantum systems by strong laser fields
Tutorials in Molecular Reaction Dynamics
Femtosecond spectroscopy video
Dr Russell Minns explains how our femtosecond spectroscopy experiments work
EPSRC Network for the coherent control of chemistry
UCL-Imperial centre for quantum molecular dynamics and control
This page last modified
10 November, 2010
by Helen Fielding