Welcome to the “Theoretical cluster physics and nanophotonics” group .

imaging of plasmon oscillations in
metal clusters by spectral interferometry
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Our research focuses on the development and application of state-of-the-art many-particle simulation techniques to describe ultrafast ionization dynamics in clusters and nanoparticles subject to intense laser fields. Key topics of interest are the control of the interaction process via structured or shaped laser pulses as well as the analysis of the leading response processes as function of laser frequency. e.g., from the IR to the XUV spectral range.