Our manuscript „The speed limit of Optoelectronics“ was selected as one of the 2022 Physics Breakthroughs:
Here is the manuscript: https://rdcu.be/c1RLP
and the Physics World story: https://physicsworld.com/a/physics-world-reveals-its-top-10-breakthroughs-of-the-year-for-2022/
How to make 2D materials with tailored holes: Scientists discover new open network structures in a combined helium scattering and DFT study, during on-surface synthesis of hexagonal boron nitride.
With the Austrian Science Fund’s (FWF) science prize endowed with 1.2 million euros, Marcus Ossiander is designing new nano-optics with the aim of building a microscope that can measure ultra-short chemical reactions with extreme precision.
Together with colleagues from MPQ/ Garching & TU Vienna we have explored how fast (opto-)electronic information technology can possibly get. Good news, there is still a few orders of magnitude processing speed we can make use of in the future.
Nature Communications 13, 1620 (2022)
In Zusammenarbeit mit der Gruppe um F. Capasso / Harvard ist es gelungen ein neuartiges Schema zur Verkürzung ultrakurzer Laserimpulse zu demonstrieren. Congratulations Marcus!
Slow light nanocoatings for ultrashort pulse compression
M. Ossiander, Y.-W. Huang, W. T. Chen, Z. Wang, X. Yin, Y. A. Ibrahim, M. Schultze & F. Capasso
Nature Communications 12, 6518 (2021)
We have recently discovered that free electrons solvated in superfluid helium can be accelerated with ultrashort laser pulses by means of laser-assisted electron scattering.
She receives the renowned prize for her project to investigate the interaction between UV light and matter in spectral ranges that have not yet been extensively researched... more
With her project Electronic Fingerprint Spectroscopy, Birgitta Bernhardt will develop a novel spectrometer that enables a closer look onto electron dynamics in molecules... more
We report how a light-wave can directly manipulate spins - our first step into attosecond magnetization dynamics
in press (Nature) & press release... more
Florian Lackner, Alexander Schiffmann & Thomas Jauk using IEP's new NanoESCA for nanoscale photelectron microscopy. Visiting form ELI-ALPS in Szeged, Hungary: Zsuzsanna Pápa... more
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