Welcome to the Huber group at the University of Regensburg!
Many of the fundamental laws and unexpected phenomena in condensed matter physics are caused by extremely fast dynamics of electrons and ions on the femtosecond time (1 fs = 10-15 s) and terahertz frequency scale (1 THz = 1012 Hz). Unravelling such ultrafast processes is the main interest of our research. We develop next-generation, high-intensity femtosecond laser sources and THz technology, and employ them to explore novel femtophysics.
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Our lecture on physics of atoms and molecules was awarded with the Best Lecture Award of the Faculty of Physics. Martin Zizlsperger also received the Best Tutor Award, congratulations!
Image (from left to right): Markus Huber (front), Rupert Huber (back), Carmen Roelcke, Simon Maier (front), Marlene Liebich (back), Felix Schiegl, Manuel Meierhofer, Martin Zizlsperger (inset)
Missing: Josef Riepl...
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Our group regularly receives funding from national and international research agencies. Among them are:
The German Science Foundation
with funding for SFB 1277, as well as smaller grants (HU1598) and major instrumentation
The European Research Council
through several grants, including ERC grant 101071259 (Orbital Cinema), ERC grant 305003 (QUANTUMsubCYCLE) and ERC grant 681379 (SPRINT)
The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
with several current and past fellowships, including funding for N. Nilforoushan
The German Federal Republic and the Free State of Bavaria
funding the Regensburg Center for Ultrafast Nanoscopy according to Art. 91b Abs. 1 Satz 1 GG
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