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Introductory lectures on time-resolved spectroscopy

We make extensive use of spectroscopic data in our research. So even though you may never collect data yourself, it is important to understand how the experiments are actually done, what the signals really mean, and then how they can be interpreted as well as simulated. 

These lectures will give you a broad over-view of the many kinds of (optical) spectroscopic measurements commonly performed. 

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