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A bright future for attosecond physics

The 2022 Wolf Prize in Physics has been awarded to Paul Corkum, Anne L’Huillier and Ferenc Krausz for their pioneering contributions to ultrafast laser science. Nature Photonics spoke to them about the milestones, challenges and future opportunities for the field.

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Pitruzzello, G. A bright future for attosecond physics. Nat. Photon. 16, 550–552 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41566-022-01031-w

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