Our lab took part in creating a 360 virtual tour of the Department of Physics & Astronomy. The Office of Graduate Studies funded the video in which prospective students can "visit" via their smartphone or computer. Skip ahead to minute 1:35 to see our lab.
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Yang, Centurion and team featured in APS Physics and Office of Science Highlights
With an ultrafast “electron camera” at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, we have made the first direct snapshots of atomic nuclei in molecules. The news was featured on the front page of APS' Physics website and in several press releases.APS Physics Viewpoint
Read the SLAC Press Release
Read the Nebraska Today Press Release
Department of Energy Basic Energy Sciences Highlight
Our recent results on Femtosecond Electron Diffraction have been chosen as a Science Highlight "Capturing Molecular Motion with Relativistic Electrons" by the Department of Energy – Basic Energy Sciences.Read the BES Highlight
Physicists use electrons to record more 'frames' of atomic motion
We have finally achieved femtosecond resolution in electron diffraction from molecules in the gas phase. The experiments were done at SLAC with a relativistic electron gun. The results were picked up by several news agencies. More information is available on the News page.Read the Nebraska Today Press Release
Ultrafast imaging of isolated molecules with electron diffraction
The Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics published a Topical Review of "Ultrafast imaging of isolated molecules with electron diffraction" in February 2016.Read the review on Digital Commons
SPIE Features "Sub-picosecond imaging of short-lived molecular structures"
In an article for the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE), we discussed the ultrafast electron diffraction and femtosecond laser pulses behind our research and how it can lead to unprecedented areas of imaging resolutions.SPIE Newsroom