Rebuilding of the former High Field Laboratory has started
Research of relativistic laser plasma dynamics and ultra-high intensity laser physics wascompleted at MBI.
Therefore the laser platform at the former High Field Laboratory will change.
New laser systems with high average power are in the focus of current development aiming for research application in attosecond physics, imaging and spectroscopy with nm-wavelength scale coherent XUV-radiation. The reconstructed laser hall will host two new OPCPA systems: a powerful 7 fs few cycle laser operating at 800 nm and a 25 fs system at 2100 nm. This completely new system is part of a new EFRE-project (Nanomovie) started at the end of 2016.
Key Publications (please cf. to project pages)