Attosecond pulses, generated as either single bursts or a train of
pulses, are among the most celebrated offspring of strong field
physics. They are also among the most exciting new tools available for
studying and controlling strong field phenomena. In this talk we highlight
some of the single atom as well as macroscopic strong field physics which
is crucial for the generation of single attosecond pulses. We also discuss
how attosecond pulse trains can be tailored for specific applications such
as non sequential double ionization and the creation of novel attosecond
electron wave packets.
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