Table-top interferometry on extreme time and wavelength scales.

@article{Skruszewicz2021TabletopIO,
  title={Table-top interferometry on extreme time and wavelength scales.},
  author={S. Skruszewicz and Andreas Przystawik and David Schwickert and M. Sumfleth and M N Narayanan Namboodiri and V. Hilbert and Robert Klas and Philipp Gierschke and Vittoria Schuster and A. I. Vorobiov and Christian Haunhorst and Detlef Kip and J. Limpert and Jan Rothhardt and Tim Laarmann},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2021},
  volume={29 24},
  pages={
          40333-40344
        }
}
Short-pulse metrology and dynamic studies in the extreme ultraviolet (XUV) spectral range greatly benefit from interferometric measurements. In this contribution a Michelson-type all-reflective split-and-delay autocorrelator operating in a quasi amplitude splitting mode is presented. The autocorrelator works under a grazing incidence angle in a broad spectral range (10 nm - 1 μm) providing collinear propagation of both pulse replicas and thus a constant phase difference across the beam profile… 
1 Citations

Figures from this paper

Tunable high-harmonic-generation between 25 and 50 eV exploiting a versatile OPCPA driver laser
We present a versatile high repetition rate, optical-parametric chirped-pulse amplifier system (OPCPA) in combination with a high-harmonic-generation (HHG) source. Tuning of the fundamental OPCPA

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 55 REFERENCES
Split-and-delay Unit for FEL Interferometry in the XUV Spectral Range
In this work we present a reflective split-and-delay unit (SDU) developed for interferometric time-resolved experiments utilizing an (extreme ultraviolet) XUV pump–XUV probe scheme with focused
Spatially resolved Fourier transform spectroscopy in the extreme ultraviolet
Coherent extreme ultraviolet (XUV) radiation produced by table-top high-harmonic generation (HHG) sources provides a wealth of possibilities in research areas ranging from attosecond physics to
Michelson-type all-reflective interferometric autocorrelation in the VUV regime
We demonstrate second-order interferometric autocorrelation of a pulse in the vacuum-ultraviolet (VUV) spectral range using an optical arrangement equivalent to a Michelson interferometer. In an
Attosecond interferometry with self-amplified spontaneous emission of a free-electron laser
TLDR
The successful transfer of a powerful optical method towards short-wavelength FEL science and technology paves the way towards utilization of advanced nonlinear methodologies even at partially coherent soft X-ray FEL sources that rely on self-amplified spontaneous emission.
Table-Top Milliwatt-Class Extreme Ultraviolet High Harmonic Light Source
Extreme ultraviolet (XUV) lasers are essential for the investigation of fundamental physics. Especially high repetition rate, high photon flux sources are of major interest for reducing acquisition
Streaking of 43-attosecond soft-X-ray pulses generated by a passively CEP-stable mid-infrared driver
Attosecond metrology has so far largely remained limited to titanium:sapphire lasers combined with an active stabilization of the carrier-envelope phase (CEP). These sources limit the achievable
Direct observation of attosecond light bunching
TLDR
The direct determination of the temporal characteristics of pulses in the subfemtosecond regime is reported, by measuring the second-order autocorrelation trace of a train of attosecond pulses.
Spatio-temporal coherence of free-electron laser radiation in the extreme ultraviolet determined by a Michelson interferometer
A key feature of extreme ultraviolet (XUV) radiation from free-electron lasers (FELs) is its spatial and temporal coherence. We measured the spatio-temporal coherence properties of monochromatized
Tracking attosecond electronic coherences using phase-manipulated extreme ultraviolet pulses
TLDR
Generating and using phase-manipulated and highly time-stable XUV pulse pairs to probe the coherent evolution and dephasing of XUV electronic coherences in helium and argon opens up extensive applications of advanced nonlinear optics and spectroscopy at XUV wavelengths.
An extreme ultraviolet Michelson interferometer for experiments at free-electron lasers.
TLDR
The potential role of such Michelson interferometers in solid density plasma investigations using, for instance, extreme soft x-ray free-electron lasers is highlighted and a setup using the Michelsoninterferometer for pseudo-Nomarski-interferometry is proposed.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...