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  • March 25, 2022 // attosecond spectroscopy 2.0, attoworld
    speed limit of opto-electronics detected

    The maximum speed of signal transmission in microchips is about one petaherz (one million gigahertz), which is about 100,000 times faster than current transistors. Physicists from the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, the Max Planck …

  • a new era in photoconductive sampling in air
    The electric field waveform of a light field can be used to unlock a detailed recording of its interaction … More
  • the next level of AS-metrology
    The ACCORD Laser-System operated by the attoworld-team around Prof. Ferenc Krausz at the Max-Planck-Institute … More
  • a hybrid scheme for optical parametric chirped pulse amplification

    In the work just accepted for published in journal Optica, Enrico Ridente et al. have demonstrated the …

  • nonlinear photoconductive sampling

    The electric field of a light wave oscillates so quickly that measuring its exact time dependence is …

  • experimental physicists redefine ultrafast, coherent magnetism
    For the first time ever, experimental physicists have been able to influence the magnetic moment of materials … More
  • instantaneous response

    Researchers at the TU Munich, the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and the TU of Vienna have succeeded …

  • the future of ultrafast solid-state physics

    Physicists can now control light in both time and space with hitherto unimagined precision. This is …

  • speeding up digital performance using engineered light
    Modern electronics and digital technologies rely on the control of electric current in semiconductor devices, … More
  • a zeptosecond stopwatch for the microcosm
    When light strikes electrons in atoms, their state can change unimaginably quickly. The laser physicists at … More
  • high-speed march through a layer of graphene
    Electrons hit by strong laser pulses change their location on ultrashort timescales, i.e. within a couple of … More

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