The Royal Swedish Academy of Science has selected American Scientist Pierre Agostini, German Scientist Ferenc Krausz and Swedish Scientist Anne L’Huillier for the Nobel Prize in Physics.
The award has been given jointly to the three scientists for experimental methods that generate attosecond pulses of light for the study of electron dynamics in matter. They were acknowledged for their exploration of the world of electrons within atoms and molecules. The Nobel Laureates have achieved the feat of generating ultrashort bursts of light. These bursts have the potential to precisely gauge the swift and alter their energy levels.