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How do optical near-fields between two ultrasharp metal needles of femtosecond laser pulses couple at the nanometer level? This question is addressed in our recently accepted manuscript, which has been just accepted in PRB. Together with our colleagues from the Chair of Solid State Physics, we devel...

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We as the Chair of Laser Physics had the privilege and pleasure to host the Christmas Lecture of the Department of Physics 2019 on December 5th. A short review with pictures is now available as a website. The corresponding video recording will follow shortly.

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Timo Eckstein wins Applied Photonics Award for the best master thesis in the field of Photonics. Congratulations! The award was handed over by Physics Noble Prize Winner Gerard Mourou and Zeiss CEO Michael Kaschke. More details can be found here.

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The Collaborative Research Centre 953 "Synthetic Carbon Allotropes" may enter the third and final round, as the DFG has just decided. We are very much looking forward to further highly interesting years with our colleagues from chemistry, physics and materials science.

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Our Master student Leon Brückner was selected to take part in the International School and Symposium on Nanoscale Transport and phoTonics (ISNTT) 2019, which takes place this November in Atsugi, Japan. Thanks to a generous scholarship by the Japanese telecommunications company NTT he is able to fly ...

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If you are interested in a master's degree or a doctorate in photonics, apply now or by 15 December: https://www.maxplanckschools.de/23572/application We are also part of the Max Planck School for Photonics, but do currently not offer any topic there because two of our team members are already...

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Dr. Peyman Yousefi won the SEM competition at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology with a scanning electron micrograph of structure for laser-driven electron acceleration on a chip. The competition is based on intricacy, function and sheer beauty of the images. Congratulations!