A list of hired Fellows and a description of their role in the network. Each Fellow is invited to provide contact information, his research interests and further information here.
There are no open positions within ATTOFEL. However, some of our partners offer postdoc positions in the framework of other projects.
Fellow at the Max Planck Institute für Quantenoptik in Garching, I joined the Network as early stage researcher in October 2010. In my project, I focus on the use of waveform synthetized sub-optical cycle pulses for the time-resolved study of electronic motion using transient absorption spectroscopy.
Fabian Lücking joined the Network as early stage researcher in January 2010. He is working at FEMTOLASERS on the development of carrier-envelope-stabilized femtsecond laser sources.
Nan Lin joined the Network as early stage researcher in September 2010. He is working on the tomographic imaging of molecular orbitals at the CEA Node of the Network.
Christoph Heyl joined the network Node in Lund in June 2010. He is working on spectral and spatial characterization techniques to control the phase dynamics of high-order harmonics/attosecond pulses generated in gases.
Piotr Rudawski joined the network Node at the Department of Physics, Lund University in December 2010. His main task is development of new High-order Harmonic/Attosecond pulse sources for nonlinear optics and for high flux experiments.
Emeric Balogh joined the Network Node in Szeged in March 2010. He is working on numerical tools to predict characteristic properties of attosecond pulses and analyzing the effects of THz fields on high-order harmonic generation.
Paolo Antonio Carpeggiani joined the Network node of FORTH as early stage researcher in March 2010. He investigated electron wavepacket dynamics on the single femtosecond timescale.
Kim Kyungseung joined the Network in July 2010. He is working at the CNR on new temporal gating techniques for the generation of isolated attosecond pulses.
Aura Ines Gonzales joined the network node CEA in February 2011.
Dimitrios Rompotis joined the Network as Early Stage Researcher in April 2011. He is working at the Institute for Experimental Physics / University of Hamburg on the development of single-shot, nonlinear auto-correlation measurements, in the XUV wavelength range, using the XUV pulses delivered by the Free Electron Laser FLASH at DESY.
Fellow at the Max Born Institute in Berlin, I joined the network in September 2011. My project is to set up an ultrashort electron-photon pump-probe experiment using new techniques for the generation and compression of electron bunches.
Chengyong Feng joined the CNR node in January 2012. He worked in Phyics department of Politecnico di Milano as an Early Stage Researcher in a period of one year. His work maily focused on the development of a novel fast feedback loop for the correction of carrier-envelope phase fluctuations introduced by a high-average power laser system as well as the Attosecond control of electron dynamics in Helium and Nitrogen.