Prof. Ferenc Krausz and Prof. Harald Lesch meet for a long conversation to talk about everything behind attosecond physics. Their dynamic conversation alternates from a more personal dialogue to a more scientific discussion. Ferenc talks about his life after winning the Nobel prize and how things changed for him. He then takes us on the journey that led him it and provides a fundamental insight into the development of attosecond physics. He also explains the science behind it all in a detailed and understandable way, taking us through the history of electron research, from the exploration of the atom to the development of attosecond physics and its applications in medicine.

The interview has been uploaded to the Max Plack Society's YouTube channel. You can watch the video here!

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