Using classical and semi-classical simulations to study NSDI
Paper: E-e recollision timing can cause anticorrelated electron pairs to form.
Paper: Classical simulation of NSDI shows wavelength-dependent drift direction and momentum spectra
Paper: Double ionization is sometimes frustrasted by recapture of an apparently ionized electron after the laser pulse ends
Paper: Recollision excitation distributes energy unequally between the electrons. The less energetic electon's exit timing leads to anticorrelation.
Paper: Backscatting from the nucleus leads to high-momentum electrons.
Paper: Laser and nuclear effects combine to give rise to electrons with higher than expected energies
Contributed Talk: Classical-ensemble studies of non-sequential double ionization of atoms show semi-quantitative agreement with experimental results.