Alejandro de la Calle Negro

Early Stage Researcher – Queen’s University Belfast
Nationality – Spanish
Email – a.delacalle (at) qub.ac.uk

Starting date: 01/04/2012

Research topic: Ultra-fast dynamics of multi-electron systems in strong fields

Research abstract:
Exploration of the link between electron correlation and multi-electron dynamics in
atoms in ultra-short laser fields by means of a set of problems: multiphoton ionization rates
as a function of peaks intensity, interferences between wavpackets generated by a
sequence of two-ultra short pulses. I also work in the maintenance and development of the
computer codes, including parallelisation.

Biography:
April 2012 – present: Early Stage Researcher – Applied Mathematics and
Theoretical Physics. Queen’s University Belfast.
June 2011 – April 2012: Research staff at Departamento de Física Aplicada, Área
de Óptica, Universidad de Salamanca. Consolider SAUUL Proyect (Funded by the
Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación).
2011 – M.Sc in Physics and Technology of the Lasers. Universidad de Salamanca.
English thesis title: “Interaction of attosecond pulses with aligned molecules”.
Advisors: Camilo Ruiz and Ricardo Torres.
2010 – B.Sc in Physics. Universidad de Salamanca (Spain).

Research interests:
Ultrafast phenomena, Multi-electron dynamics, Atomic Molecular and Optical
physics (AMO), Ultra-Intense Lasers, Computational Physics