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  • February 17, 2023 // attoworld
    53 attoseconds for an electron pulse

    A team of laser physicists led by Prof. Eleftherios Goulielmakis, head of the Extreme Photonics working group at the Institute of Physics at the University of Rostock, has now generated and measured the shortest electron pulse to date using …

  • scaling ultra-low-noise Cr:ZnS lasers to the multi-Watt level

    Diode-pumped Cr:ZnS laser oscillators have been developed at attoworld as new sources for controllable …

  • artificial scientific discovery by generative models

    It is by now widely-accepted that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to change scientific research …

  • more control over plasma accelerators

    If one particle accelerator alone is not enough to achieve the desired result, why not combine two …

  • forgetting visualized in brain cells

    There is a growing understanding of what happens in the brain when it is afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. …

  • characterization of optical field cycles with field-linear sensitivity

    Ultrashort light pulses are ubiquitous in modern research but the electromagnetic field of the optical cycles …

  • invited talk at the europhoton conference

    In an invited contribution at the Europhoton Conference in Hannover Philipp Steinleitner has just presented …

  • a novel coating method for dispersive mirrors

    In Attosecond physics, group delay dispersion (GDD) oscillations, originating from impedance mismatching …

  • pumping up the music of molecules

    Laser physicists from the attoworld team at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität and the Max Planck Institute of …

  • green light for a biobank at Szeged

    The Center for Molecular Fingerprinting (CMF) started the application process for a biobank license earlier …

  • the bright future of attosecond physics

    The editors of Nature Photonics have taken the occasion of this year's award of the Wolf Prize to Paul Corkum, …

  • the current state of high-precision multilayer mirrors

    Attosecond experiments require incredibly well-synchronized laser pulses. Because coherent EUV/soft x-ray …


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