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Noisy Light Spectroscopy: Putting Noise to Good Use


Noisy light spectroscopy is an alternative approach, distinct from short-pulse and continuous wave methodologies, for probing ultra-fast dynamics via nonlinear optical processes.  Although not a mainstream technique, noisy light does offer a new perspective on interesting physical phenomena.  This talk will provide a overview of both the theoretical and experimental aspects of noisy light spectroscopy.  Applications of noisy light to hydrogen and halogen bonding will be presented as well.