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We outline a formalism and develop a computational procedure to treat the process of multiphoton ionization (MPI) of atomic targets in strong laser fields. We treat the MPI process nonperturbatively as a decay phenomenon by solving a coupled set of the integral Lippmann-Schwinger equations. As basic building blocks of the theory we use a complete set of field-free atomic states, discrete and continuous. This approach should enable us to provide both the total and differential cross-sections o...
We report the total integrated cross-section (TICS) of two-photon double ionization of helium in the photon energy range from 42 to 50 eV. Our computational procedure relies on a numerical solution of the time-dependent Schr\"odinger equation on a square-integrable basis and subsequent projection of this solution on a set of final states describing two electrons in continuum. Close to the threshold, we reproduce results previously known from the literature. The region 47-50 eV seems to have b...
We apply the convergent close-coupling (CCC) formalism to the problem of two-photon double ionization of helium. The electron-photon interaction is treated perturbatively whereas the electron-electron interaction is included in full. The integrated two-photon double ionization cross-section is substantially below non-perturbative literature results. However, the pattern of the angular correlation in the two-electron continuum is remarkably close to the non-perturbative time-dependent close-co...
The quadrupole channel of two-photon double ionization of He exhibits two distinctly different modes of correlated motion of the photoelectron pair. The mode associated with the center-of-mass motion favors a large total momentum which is maximazed at a parallel emission. However, the mode associated with the relative motion favors an antiparallel emission. This difference is manifested in a profoundly different width of the angular correlation functions corresponding to the center-of-mass an...
We employ the Kramers-Henneberger Hamiltonian for time-independent calculations of multi-photon ionization of atoms with one and two electrons. As compared to the electromagnetic interaction in the length and velocity gauges, the presently employed Kramers-Henneberger gauge has an advantage of the dipole matrix elements for the free-free electron transitions being finite and well-defined quantities. This circumstance simplifies considerably the computations and allows to obtain accurate resul...
We outline a non-perturbative procedure for calculating the total photoionization cross-section of two-electron atomic systems. The procedure is based on the Floquet-Fourie representation of the solution of the time-dependent Schrodinger equation. The Floquet-Fourie ansatz produces a set of equations which is recast into a generalized eigenvalue problem by means of the complex rotation procedure. With the use of the Hylleraas-type basis functions, the total photoionization cross-sections are ...
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