My main research interest lies in the interaction of nanoscale matter with high-intensity, ultrashort and coherent light pulses from short-wavelength free-electron lasers and high harmonic generation sources. In our experiments, ion spectroscopy and coincident diffractive imaging of single nanoparticles, combined with novel pump-probe schemes, enable unprecedented insights into light-induced dynamics on a scale of nanometers and femtoseconds.
At MBI I am involved in the development, setup, characterisation of an attosecond high-flux high harmonic generation beamline for novel experiments and also in experiments at the FERMI FEL and European XFEL.
|09/2018 –||Research associate at Max Born Institute, group of Daniela Rupp.|
|09/2013 – 08/2018||Research associate and doctoral candidate, Technical University of Berlin, group of Prof. Thomas Möller.|
|05/2013||Master of Science, Technical University of Berlin, group of Prof. Thomas Möller.|
|04/2010||Bachelor of Science, Technical University of Berlin, group of Prof. Mario Dähne.|
- CAMP@FLASH: an end‐station for imaging, electron‐ and ion‐spectroscopy, and pump–probe experiments at the FLASH free‐electron laser Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 25 (2018) 1529-1540
- XUV double-pulses with femtosecond to 650 ps separation from a multilayer-mirror-based split-and-delay unit at FLASH Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 25 (2018) 1-12
- Coherent diffractive imaging of single helium nanodroplets with a high harmonic generation source Nature Communications 8 (2017) 493/1-6