MBI Staff Member – Personal info

Christian Grebing

No longer employed at MBI

MBI Publications

  1. Self-referenced scheme for direct synthesis of carrier-envelope phase stable pulses with jitter below the atomic time unit

    G. Steinmeyer, C. Grebing, B. Borchers, S. Koke

    Springer Proceedings in Physics 125 Springer (2012) 3-8
  2. Modelocked GaSb disk laser producing 384 fs pulses at 2 µm wavelength

    A. Härkönen, C. Grebing, J. Paajaste, R. Koskinen, J.-P. Alanko, S. Suomalainen, G. Steinmeyer, M. Guina

    Electronics Letters 47 (2011) 454-456
  3. Direct frequency comb synthesis with arbitrary offset and shot-noise-limited phase noise

    S. Koke, C. Grebing, H. Frei, A. Anderson, A. Assion, G. Steinmeyer

    Nature Photonics 4 (2010) 462-465
  4. Picosecond passively mode-locked GaSb-based semiconductor disk laser operating at 2 µm

    A. Härkönen, J. Paajaste, S. Suomalainen, J.-P. Alanko, C. Grebing, R. Koskinen, G. Steinmeyer, M. Guina

    Optics Letters 35 (2010) 4090-4092
  5. Neuartige Konzepte zur Detektion und Kontrolle der Carrier-Envelope Phasendrift ultrakurzer Laserpulse

    C. Grebing

    Dissertation Humboldt-Universität (2010)
  6. A linear optical method for measuring the carrier-envelope phase drift

    M. Görbe, C. Grebing, G. Steinmeyer, K. Osvay

    Applied Physics B 95 (2009) 273–280
  7. Performance comparison of interferometer topologies for carrier-envelope phase detection

    C. Grebing, S. Koke, B. Manschwetus, G. Steinmeyer

    Applied Physics B 95 (2009) 81-84
  8. Isochronic and isodispersive carrier-envelope phase-shift compensators

    C. Grebing, M. Goerbe, K. Osvay, G. Steinmeyer

    Applied Physics B 97 (2009) 575-581
  9. Ablation and structural changes induced in InP surfaces by single 10fs laser pulses in air

    J. Bonse, A. Rosenfeld, C. Grebing, G. Steinmeyer, N. Mailman, G. A. Botton

    Journal of Applied Physics 106 (2009) 074907/1-7
  10. Isochronic carrier-envelope phase-shift compensator

    M. Görbe, K. Osvay, C. Grebing, G. Steinmeyer

    Optics Letters 33 (2008) 2704-2706