Vibrational, electronic, and magnetic couplings at interfaces studied by multiresonant nonlinear optical spectroscopies

Project: Research

Project Details


Multiresonant nonlinear optical spectroscopies combine tunable laser beams to probe coupling phenomena (electron-phonon or phonon-phonon, for example) by means of adjusting simultaneously the beam frequencies to different resonant processes. This project aims at developing and modelizing new multiresonant nonlinear optical spectroscopies for the experimental study of electronic, vibrational, and magnetic couplings at interfaces.
Effective start/end date1/10/0330/09/19


  • Electron-phonon couplings
  • Surfaces
  • Nonlinear optics
  • Multiresonant
  • Interfaces
  • Spectroscopy
  • Phonon-phonon couplings


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