Terahertz nonlinear optics as a novel tool for understanding instantaneous light-matter interaction

[Keio-TU Munchen Joint Seminar on Nanospintronics 2013]
A special presentation entitled “Terahertz nonlinear optics as a novel tool for understanding instantaneous light-matter interaction” by Shinichi Watanabe from the Keio University(慶應義塾大学), Yokohama, Japan.

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