Laboratory for Atomic Collision Processes
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Collisions between electrons and atomic particles (atoms and molecules) in both ground and excited states have been of broad interest in science and application. Processes like elastic scattering, excitation, ionization and autoionization, dissociative attachment, and others are studied. Research activities within the Laboratory for atomic collision processes are aimed at quantifying and understanding the fundamental basis for these processes. There are five main research areas currently in progress: ESMA, UGRA, SELE and SPEPRA. Some of these areas have openings for postgraduate research projects and descriptions of these can be found under Postgraduate Research Projects. Much experiance has been accumulated in the design of electron spectrometers, formation of electron beams, particle detection, as well as in high vacuum technology. Special attention is paid on signal processing techniques.
Electron and laser spectrometry and collisional cross sections for atoms, ions, molecules, metastables and biomolecules
Electron Controlled Chemical Lithography