The Göttingen Ultrafast Transmission Electron Microscope (UTEM) is based on a laser-driven field emission photocathode generating electron pulses with femtosecond to attosecond durations. The high spatial coherence and ultrashort duration of the electron beam allows for investigations of structural, electronic and spin dynamics in solid-state systems. [more]
Ultrafast Low-Energy Electron Diffraction (ULEED) enables the study of structural dynamics with ultimate surface sensitivity. Our ULEED setup features a laser-triggered tip emitter in a nanofabricated electron gun environment, providing for high momentum resolution in diffraction. [more]
High Harmonic Generation (HHG) delivers extreme-ultraviolet femtosecond light pulses, which are suitable for time-resolved measurements in solids. Our polarization-controlled HHG sources are employed in the ultrafast imaging of magnetic structures and the spectroscopy of correlated materials. [more]
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