Member of MBI projects 2.1 and 2.2
Experiments using intense attosecond pulses
We have developed a new beamline for the generation of intense attosecond pulses. XUV-driven nonlinear dynamics are currently studied in atoms, molecules and clusters. In the future, we will perform attosecond-pump attosecond-probe experiments.
XUV refractive optics
Using inhomogeneous gas jets, we have developed the first refractive lens and prism in the XUV region of the spectrum. Currently, we study XUV refraction in the time domain.
Time-resolved nanoplasma dynamics
Nanoplasma dynamics in clusters induced by intense NIR and XUV pulses are investigated using novel pump-probe techniques including THz streaking and ionization ignition.
Generation of intense THz pulses
In collaboration with project 3.1, an intense THz source with a electric field strength exceeding 1 MV/cm has been developed.
2016-present: Scientist at the Max-Born-Institut
2014-2016: Independent postdoc project at the Imperial College Londed funded by a research fellowship
2011:2014: Postdoc at the Max-Born-Institut
2008-2011: PhD at the University of Hamburg funded by a PhD scholarship
2005-2006: Erasmus student at University of Lund, Sweden
2002-2008: Undergraduate studies of physics at the University of Technology in Dresden
2016: 7th ISUILS Award for Young Reserachers
FundingFunding from ELI-ALPS for the development of a velocity-map imaging endstation
- Tracing electron-ion recombination in nanoplasmas produced by extreme-ultraviolet irradiation of rare-gas clusters Physical Review Letters 112 (2014) 253401/1-5
- Rare-gas clusters in intense extreme-ultraviolet pulses from a high-order harmonic source Physical Review Letters 112 (2014) 073003/1-5
- Chirped Auger electron emission due to field-assistend post-collision interaction Ultrafast Phenomena XVIII 41 EDP Sciences (2013) 02006/1-3
- Evidence for chirped Auger-electron emission Physical Review Letters 108 (2012) 253003/1-5