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Sommer, A.; Bothschafter, E. M.; Sato, S. A.; Jakubeit, C.; Latka, T.; Razskazovskaya, O.; Fattahi, H.; Jobst, M.; Schweinberger, W.; Shirvanyan, V.; Yakovlev, V. S.; Kienberger, R.; Yabana, K.; Karpowicz, N.; Schultze, M.; Kraus, F. (2016): Attosecond nonlinear polarization and energy transfer in solids. 2016 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO), 5.-10.6.2016, San Jose, California, USA.
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Attosecond polarization spectroscopy is a new experimental technique resolving the nonlinear polarization and energy-transfer induced by visible few-cycle strong fields in solids. It reveals the intensity dependent response time of the system with attosecond resolution.