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The ACHIP research program, generously supported by the Californian Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation with around 20 million euros, has come to an end. ACHIP stands for "Accelerator on a Chip International Program". It has funded research into this type of laser-based accelerator and allowed us to m...

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Our Master's student Julian Freier has been awarded the contribution prize of the German Physical Society's Radiation and Medical Physics Association at this year's DPG Spring Meeting in Berlin. He received the award for his poster titled "Cell Irradiation Experiments and Film Dosimetry with Low Ene...

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Almost two dissertations in one and both parts accompanied by great journal articles, plus an outstanding defense - the two letters in front of the name are more than deserved. Congratulations, Dr. Meier!

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This year's Röntgen Prize of the University of Giessen went to our former postdoc and current professor at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Dr. Roy Shiloh. He received the 15,000 euro prize for his outstanding contributions to the realization of a photonic particle accelerator. As it was mentione...

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This year we again retreated for two and a half days to be able to discuss our projects intensively on the basis of presentations - and to listen to four more excellent presentations by invited guests. This year's guests were Dr. Thilo Egenolf from Darmstadt, Prof. Christoph Lemell from Vienna, Prof...

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Dr. Tobias Weitz has just received the "Jury Prize for Fundamental Research in an Important Future Field of the Modern Information Society" for his dissertation "Lightwave electronics in graphene" at the Applied Photonics Awards 2023 in Jena - congratulations!

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