Extractions: Atomic and Plasma Physics See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Databases Free Software ... Atomic and Plasma Physics Our laboratory is offering Ph.D. and postdoctoral positions. Please check the home page and related pages for details on our research. For more details, visit the Feinberg Graduate School home page and/or contact Prof. Yitzhak Maron Plasma Laboratory of Weizmann Institute of Science Maintained by Yuri Ralchenko email@example.com
Extractions: See also: Atomic Physics Conferences Databases Linux ... LANL: Atomic structure package (R.D.Cowan) NASA/Goddard: Plasma emission codes Institute of Spectroscopy, Troitsk, Russia: Dynamics of the micropinching process in a Z-pinch-like device (A.E.Kramida) Institute of Spectroscopy, Troitsk, Russia: BIBL (spectral bibliography database) The University of California at Berkeley: University of California at Los Angeles: LLNL: The Queen's University of Belfast, UK: University College London, UK: Opacity Codes from the Opacity Project
Extractions: Faculty The Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics is a major center for research in the area of condensed matter physics. It was founded in 1959, and there are currently 29 faculty members of the Department of Physics associated with the Laboratory. Current research areas cover nonlinear phenomena, liquid state physics, soft condensed matter physics, disordered and glassy systems, low temperature physics, nano-structures and quantum transport, phonons and two level systems, spectroscopy, charge transport, protein crystals, biophysics, general condensed matter theory, many-body theory, density functional theory, mesoscopic systems, liquid and solid helium, quasicrystals, superfluid helium, magnetic ordering, percolation, quantum computing, foundations of quantum mechanics, multiscale dynamics, and cellular biophysics. Staff Students Visitors Seminars ... Faculty Positions
Extractions: See also: Atomic Physics Databases Free Software Linux ... Sixth International Conference on Dense Z-pinches , July 25-28 2005, Oxford, UK Workshop on Physics at EBIT and Advanced Research Light Sources , March 9-13 2005, Hainan, China 32nd International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) , June 19-23 2005, Monterey, California 8th International Workshop on the Interrelationship between Plasma Experiments in Laboratory and Space , July 4-8 2005, Tromsø, Norway 37th Meeting of the European Group for Atomic Systems (EGAS) , August 3-6 2005, Dublin, Ireland Fourth International Conference on Inertial Fusion Sciences and Applications (IFSA05) , September 4-9 2005, Biarritz, France Zababkhin Scientific Talks , September 5-10 2005, Snezhinsk, Russia NATO Advanced Research Workshop on High and Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions , October 10-15 2005, Tashkent, Uzbekistan Workshop on Cheap Plasma Technology in Industry, Environment and Medicine , November 5-7 2005, Cairo, Egypt 14th Gaseous Electronics Meeting , February 5-9 2006, Murramarang, NSW, Australia 2nd International Conference "Current Developments in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics with Applications (CDAMOP)
Plasma Physics Group - Home Page Within the Division of atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma physics at the Institute of physics Publishing, UK. http://groups.iop.org/PP/
Extractions: www.iop.org Contact us Groups Plasma Physics Group Contacts Committee 2006 Annual Conference Research ... Join the Group There can be no doubt that plasmas matter. More than 99% of material in the universe is ionized; on Earth, plasmas are used to produce most of our artificial light, they are essential to the semiconductor manufacturing industry and they are at the heart of the quest for commercial energy from nuclear fusion. Plasmas are ionized gases in which long-range electrical and magnetic interactions involving charged particles dominate over collisions between neutral species. Wide ranges of particle energies and particle densities are involved: from the tenuous interstellar medium to dense ablation plumes around the focal spots of high power, short-pulse lasers; from around a hundred million kelvin associated with nuclear fusion reactions to a few thousand kelvin in maintaining the electrical conduction in gases. Plasma Physics embraces all of these. Specific research areas include the following: astrophysics and space physics including intergalactic and interstellar media, solar-terrestrial and magneto/iono-spheric plasmas
Extractions: Product Links Pooch Altivec Fractal Carbon Demo Atom in a Box Solar System Simulator Fresnel Diffraction Explorer Home About ... Contact Info The Atomic Orbitals Atom in a Box Real-Time Visualization of the Quantum Mechanical Atomic Orbitals The orbital images on this page represent the shape of the atomic orbitals. The clouds you see are the probability distribution of an electron bound to a Hydrogen nucleus. These images were created using Atom in a Box (PowerPC Macintosh only, v1.0.7) , a scientific and educational program that aids in visualizing the Hydrogenic atomic orbitals, a prime and otherwise unwieldy example of quantum mechanics. This is the Carbon version of Atom in a Box (v1.0.7) for OS 9.0.4 with CarbonLib and OS X . (Note: Users of previous OS's may need to download CarbonLib 1.0.2 or later from Apple.) A pre-Carbon
Iipopescu Professor of plasma physics and optics, Bucharest University, a corresponding member of the Romanian Academy of Sciences. Research interests electrical discharges in gases, plasma physics, atomic and molecular collisions, laser spectroscopy, xray sources and gamma-ray induced emission. http://geocities.com/iipopescu
Extractions: Links dedicated to my dearly beloved Denisa (Daisy): Are these damned impact factors a reason to kill her? April 2004 Dr. Denisa Popescu - In Memoriam by Carl B. Collins 27 November 2003 Nominated for the Nobel Prize in Physics For her discovery of atomic multiphoton spectra Pictures of Dr. Denisa Popescu at her apogee Our wedding (August 10, 1963) Her look while discovering multiphoton spectroscopy With Professor Carl B. Collins , Center for Quantum Electronics, UT Dallas Working out spectral records ... Beloved, sleep: Weep not, she is not dead but sleepeth Luke 8:52 November 2004 NEW major links: Science Journal Ranking by Average Impact Factors updated in December 2002 On a Zipfs Law Extension to Impact Factors June 2003 Science Journal Titles and their Vocabulary March 2003 Ether and Etherons January 2003 RoumPhys - A Roumanian Physicists Database December 2002 US Mirror Site - Ranking and Impact of Scientific Journals since July 2002 Reciprocal links
Snowflakes And Snow Crystals Information about the physics of snow crystals and snowflakes as well as the history of early scientific observations and photographs, how to take photos, preserving snow crystals, and unusual snowflakes. http://www.its.caltech.edu/~atomic/snowcrystals/
Extractions: ... Your online guide to snowflakes, snow crystals, and other ice phenomena ... Home Natural Snowflakes Guide to Snowflakes Unusual Forms Photo Collections Historic Snowflakes ... Frost Crystals Designer Snowflakes I: First Attempts II: Better Snowflakes III: Precision Snow Snowflake Movies ... Designer's Page Snowflake Physics Snowflake Primer Snow Crystal FAQs Crystal Faceting Snowflake Branching ... Ice Properties Snow Activities Snowflake Watching Photographing Snow Make Your Own Snowflake Fossils ... Ice Spikes Snowflake Touring Snowflake Hot Spots Hokkaido, Japan California Mountains "How full of the creative genius is the air in which these are generated!
Extractions: Rob University College London has a long tradition of interaction between theoretical atomic physics and astronomy. The TAMPA Group is a group of atomic physicists, chemists and astronomers based at the Department of Physics and Astronomy of University College London . The Quantum Chaos Group and the Molecular Physics and Astrophysics Group are also part of the Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics Group at UCL. The Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics and Astrophysics group contains people working on both the spectroscopy and collisions of atoms and molecules, fundamental classical and quantal dynamics including manifestations of chaos in atoms and molecules, the calculation of atomic and molecular data for astrophysics, as well as the direct astronomical applications of this data via observational work and modelling of both spectra and atmospheres. Quantum
Extractions: This Center was formed in 1989 with funding from the National Science Foundation , until funding expired in 1999. While in existence, it provided a national resource for the Theoretical Atomic, Molecular, and Optical (AMO) Physics Community, through the mechanisms listed below. This page is being maintained at a minimal level, nevertheless, because of possible continuing interest in some of the online talks that can be accessed below. Nevertheless, it should be noted that we are no longer sponsoring workshops, and the Condon Postdoctoral Fellowship is no longer being awarded. CTAMOP sponsored workshops in critical areas of Theoretical AMO Physics. These workshops were intended to focus on current problem areas in the field and to enhance the theoretical study of Experimental AMO Physics problems of current interest. CTAMOP funds the research of a faculty member in the Physics Department at the University of Colorado-Boulder , in the general area of Theoretical AMO Physics.
Department Of Physics Provides stateof-the-art laboratory and computing facilities, teaching and research activities for programs such as physics and the Universe, physics with Meteorology, Applied an Modern Optics, condensed matter physics, and atomic, molecular and optical physics. Includes programme, staff, research information and contact details. http://www.rdg.ac.uk/Physics/
Extractions: Free full colour poster now available to download or request with all the facts, figures, equations and constants relevant to the physics of the Universe; Scholarships - High achievers entering the University from 2006 onwards to study Physics will be eligible to receive Entrance Scholarships of £2,000.
Extractions: Professor William D. Phillips , who is also a member of the technical staff of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is heading up the new AMO group. Professor Luis Orozco recently joined Maryland's AMO Group on this year. Professor Steven Rolston , recently joined Maryland's AMO Group on this year. Professor Wendell T. Hill, III, Professor Howard Milchberg AMO Seminar Schedule QCI Seminar Series ... Professor William D. Phillips
UIC Physics Research Active physics research program cover both experimental and theoretical topics in the major research areas of atomic, biological, condensed matter, materials, highenergy, nuclear, laser and molecular physics. Researchers in the physics Department are engaged in research programs at facilities located on the UIC Campus, as well as at Fermi lab, Argonne National Laboratory and Brookhaven National Laboratory. The Microphysics Laboratory, atomic and Molecular physics Laboratory and Modern Microscopy Laboratory are world-class facilities located on the UIC Campus. http://www.phy.uic.edu/Res/index.asp
World Scientific An Introduction to the atomic and Molecular physics of Astronomical Spectra; atomic and Free Electrons in a Strong Light Field Atoms in Electromagnetic http://www.worldscibooks.com/physics/apmp.shtml
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Hydrogen Energies And Spectrum Hyperphysics***** Quantum physics, R Nave For atomic number Z = ,. a transition from n2 = to n1 =. will have wavelength l = nm. and quantum energy hn = http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hyde.html
Extractions: Atomic structure concepts HyperPhysics Quantum Physics R Nave Go Back Hydrogen Energy Levels The basic hydrogen energy level structure is in agreement with the Bohr model . Common pictures are those of a shell structure with each main shell associated with a value of the principal quantum number n. This Bohr model picture of the orbits has some usefulness for visualization so long as it is realized that the "orbits" and the "orbit radius" just represent the most probable values of a considerable range of values. If the radial probabilities for the states are used to make sure you understand the distributions of the probability, then the Bohr picture can be superimposed on that as a kind of conceptual skeleton. Electron energy level diagrams ... Quantum Physics R Nave Go Back Hydrogen Energy Level Plot The basic structure of the hydrogen energy levels can be calculated from the Schrodinger equation. The energy levels agree with the earlier Bohr model, and agree with experiment within a small fraction of an electron volt.
Extractions: Laboratory atomic physics research has been devoted to studies of the collision processes involving ions, electrons, atoms, and molecules. These processes are studied by a variety of techniques using lasers, microwaves, optical spectroscopy, particle accelerators, and high-speed particle counting and momentum separators. The atomic processes studied are of interest for astrophysics, plasma physics, laser physics, planetary atmosphere physics, hydrogen fusion, and atmospheric pollution. The physics of planetary atmospheres is studied in a diverse program that has included observations of solar eclipses from jet aircraft, balloon and rocket studies of lightning and the aurora borealis, and airglow spectroscopic studies of the ionosphere from sites around the world. Laboratory studies of a number of these processes, including lightning simulation, have been carried out on campus. Theoretical: Theoretical investigations of the electromagnetic interactions of electrons, ions, atoms, and molecules with each other and with photons are carried out both analytically and numerically. There are research programs concerned with intense radiation fields leading to multiphoton excitation and ionization, with collision theory, with relativistic photon scattering, radiation, and absorption, and with modification of these processes in hot and/or dense plasma environments. These studies have important applications to x-ray laser development, to laser and magnetic fusion, to atmospheric and space physics, and to astrophysics.
List Of Publications and Ionization in atomic Systems (American Institute of physics, low temperature The physics of Electronic and atomic Collisions (AIP, 2000) pp. http://atom.phys.metro-u.ac.jp/english/publication.htm
Extractions: List of publications (1996-) T. Kaneyasu, T. Azuma, K. Okuno : "Collision dynamics of the Kr + N system studied by a multi-coincidence technique" J. Phys. B C. Kondo, Y. Takabayashi, A. Hatakeyama, T. Muranaka, T. Azuma, K. Komaki, Y. Yamazaki, E. Takada, T. Murakami : "X-ray yields from high-energy heavy ions channeled through a crystal: their crystal thickness and projectile dependence" Nucl. Instrum. Meth. B Y. Nakai, T. Ikeda, Y. Kanai, T. Kambara, N. Fukunishi, K. Komaki, C. Kondo, T. Azuma, Y. Yamazaki : "Resonant coherent excitation of 2s electron of Li-like Fe ions to the n =3 states" Nucl. Instrum. Meth. B S. Jinno, T. Takao, Y. Omata, A. Satou, H. Tanuma, T. Azuma, H. Shiromaru, K. Okunio, N. Kobayashi, I. Watanabe : "TMU electrostatic ion storage ring designed for operation at liquid nitrogen temperature" Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A J. Matsumoto, N. Kobayashi, A. Danjo, and M. Yoshino: "Data analysis process of a troidal analyzer for electron-ion collision experiments" Rev. Sci. Instr.
Quantum Optics And Atom Optics Links atomic and Laser physics (Van der WaalsZeeman Instituut, U. Amsterdam); Atom and Quantum Optics atomic and Molecular physics Group (U. Durham, UK) http://www.physics.mq.edu.au/~drice/quoptics.html
Extractions: Quantum Optics and Atom Optics links can now also be reached by typing the URL www.quantumoptics.net Australian site http://www.physics.mq.edu.au/~drice/quoptics.html German Mirror Page ... http://kaluza.physik.uni-konstanz.de/AU/quoptics.html (Thanks to Peter Marzlin for setting up the German Mirror page) All comments, suggestions, and quantum optics or atom optics links to be added are welcome. Please email Dien Rice (to firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks to all who have contributed! If you know the correct URLs for any of the broken links below, please email me the corrections.
Ewa Stachowska Parametrization of TwoBody Perturbation on atomic Fine Recent Progress in the Theory of the Complex atomic Hyperfine Structure http://www.phys.put.poznan.pl/fiz_atom/kfapublikacje.htm
Extractions: WYBRANE PUBLIKACJE SAMODZIELNYCH PRACOWNIKÓW M.Kozik, B.Arcimowicz, J.Dembczyñski An Attempt of Applying Laser Rays for the Detection and Analysis of Chemical Elements in Tissue Slices. Acta Histochem. J.Dembczyñski, W.Ertmer, U.Hohann, S.Penselin, P.Stinner Laser-Rf Double Resonance Studies of the Hyperfine Structure of Metastable Atomic States of Mn. Z.Phys. A 29 J.Dembczyñski Experimental Proof of Configuration Interaction on the Hyperfine Structure of the Fe Atom. J.Physique J.Dembczyñski Badania struktury atomów z³o¿onych na przyk³adzie atomów grupy ¿elaza i bizmutu. Politechnka Poznañska, Rozprawy Nr 112, Poznañ 1980 J.Dembczyñski Fine structure Interactions in the First Spectrum of the Ti, V, Mn and Fe Atoms. Physica J.Dembczyñski, B.Arcimowicz, E.Stachowska, H.Rudnicka-Szuba Parametrization of Two-Body Perturbation on Atomic Fine and Hyperfine Structure. The Configuration 6p in the Bismuth Atom. Z.Phys. A 310 J.Dembczyñski, H.Rebel Perturbation of the configurations 5s 5pns and 5s 5pnd by the configurations 5s5p in the spectrum Sn I.