Lorenz Drescher wins the 2021 Carl-Ramsauer Award

Lorenz Drescher has been awarded one of the 2021 Carl-Ramsauer Awards from the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin (PGzB) for his dissertation entitled „Transient dipole interactions on sub-cycle timescales”.


The award was presented during a ceremony at the University of Potsdam on 17.11.2021, at which Lorenz Drescher, who is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the group of Prof. Steve Leone at UC Berkeley, could unfortunately only be present online.

During the ceremony, Lorenz Drescher made a short presentation of some of the highlights of this thesis, which includes experiments on the refraction of extreme ultra-violet (XUV) light by a dense gas jet (L. Drescher et al., Nature 564, 91 (2018)

See also our Highlight :

Atomic jet - the first lens for extreme-ultraviolet light developed: mbi-berlin.de/research/highlights/details/atomic-jet-the-first-lens-for-extreme-ultraviolet-light-developed

MBI congratulates Lorenz Drescher on receiving the award!

Further information: Lorenz Drescher, lorenz.drescher@mbi-berlin.de