Spatiotemporal Coherent Control
Spatially shifted and temporally delayed pulses and pulse pairs are used for phase-coherent manipulation of phonon-polariton wavepackets as they propagate at light-like speeds. Spatiotemporal coherent control is conducted manually or through automated spatiotemporal pulse shaping, and is guided by spatiotemporal imaging of the propagating responses.
KeywordsOptical Pulse Stimulate Raman Scattering Pulse Pair Phase Mask Terahertz Spectroscopy
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