|Many of the optical and electronic properties of solids are caused by extremely fast dynamics of electrons on the femtosecond (1 fs = 10-15 s) time scale. Our main interest is to trace ultrafast processes, while resolving the impact of interfaces, strong light-matter coupling, or local structural changes on the nanometer (1 nm = 10-9 m) length scale. We are developing new methods to effectively capture nano-femto-dynamics, allowing us to record nanoscopic slow-motion pictures.
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We are hiring PhD and Master students as well as student assistents. Please check out the job advertisement and send an email to Dr. Fabian Mooshammer for further details.
In April 2024, we will launch the new junior research group "Subcycle Nano-Optics" at the "Regensburg Center for Ultrafast Nanoscopy (RUN)"
Regensburg Center for Ultrafast Nanoscopy
University of Regensburg