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We know that the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Anne L’Huillier and Pierre Agostini, as well as Ferenc Krausz of the Max-Institut, for their discoveries made as CEA researchers at the Saclay site was given.plankplank of Quantum Optics in Munich. To commemorate this period, on Monday November 13, 2023, Anne L’Huillier gave a conference live from the Paris-Saclay Centre, in the presence of another Nobel laureate. physiquephysique French, Alain Aspect.
This was an opportunity for them to review the work they had done, revealing the origins of the impulses laserlaser attosecondattosecond (10-18 s) and which opened up a vast field of research in this field. As reported by the CEA Video Channel where you can find the video of this conference, ” This discovery of GlowGlow Of lightslights Attoseconde provides essential tools for monitoring mobility electronselectrons In atomsatomsThe moleculesmolecules Or CaseCase condensed, and thus better understand the organization and evolution of all matter that surrounds us ,
Anne L’Huillier and her work on lasers, from CEA to the Nobel Prize. © CEA