High-Flux Ultrafast Photoelectron Spectroscopy

New approach reduces the acquisition time for the analysis of multidimensional electron motions by a factor of 1000

A New Home for Optical Solitons

Munich physicists generated dissipative solitons in passive, free-space resonators for the first time

Flying Optical Cats for Quantum Communication

Implementation of Schrödinger’s paradoxical experiment employing an entangled atom-light state

Brief Reflections from a Plasma Mirror

Plasmas consisting of relativistic electrons are used to generate highly intense attosecond laser pulses

New: USP Lasers Offer Higher Pulse Energy and Higher Repetition Rates

Coherent has significantly extended the performance of their Monaco series of industrial-grade femtosecond lasers by increasing their adjustable pulse repetition rate to a maximum of 50 MHz

A New Optical Fiber Electron Gun

Ultrabright electron sources to light up atomic motions in real time

Nobel Prize “for Ground­breaking Inven­tions in Laser Physics”

Tools made of light: optical tweezers and high-intensity, ultrashort optical pulses

New Method for Ultrafast Laser Pulses

The electro-optic modulation techniques can operate at much higher repetition rates than mode-locked lasers

Absolute Duration of the Photoelectric Effect

The photoemission from the tungsten conduction band can proceed faster than previously anticipated

Shaping Electron Bunches with Terahertz Light Pulses

Specifically-shaped electron pulses for materials studies in the femtosecond and attosecond range