Seeing the ultrasmall, capturing the ultrafast!

We are developing and using advanced optical techniques for investigating ultrafast processes in complex material systems. Experimental techniques that we use include time-resolved ARPES, ultrafast electron diffraction, pump-probe spectroscopy, transient grating spectroscopy, second harmonic generation and time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy. We are especially interested in using these techniques to understand fascinating properties of strongly correlated electron systems and topological insulators.

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