Dr Nrisimha Murty Madugula

Dr Nrisimha Murty Madugula joined the Artemis team in November 2023.​ He worked on the design and development of the state-of-the-art gas-phase anion photoelectron imaging, theoretical studies on autoionization resonances along neon isoelectronic sequence, and collision-induced dissociation of anion clusters, during his time at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras as a graduate student. Then he developed skills in accelerator-based atomic and molecular physics with an upgrade project on Cold-Target Recoil Ion Momentum Spectroscopy (COLTRIMS) for Young’s double-slit type interference experiments at Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Mumbai. Following this, he has attained expertise in pulse compression using gas filled hollow-core fibers and knowledge on attosecond science at the University of Central Florida. Very recently at Ohio State University, his research interests expanded horizon to time-resolved and angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy for solids. 

Nrisimha Murty Madugula

Research Interests

  • UV-NIR-MIR lasers, pulse compression and high harmonic generation for the femtosecond and attosecond spectroscopy
  • Momentum Microscopes for the Photoemission Studies in Solids and Gas-phase coincidence mapping
  • Gas-phase Photoelectron Spectroscopy using V elocity-Map Imaging
  • Time-resolved XUV-based Spectroscopy
  • Light-/Matter-Matter (highly charged ions or anions) Interaction