High-power laser target chamber at the Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics, 2018.
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NOA -Nonlinear Optics down to Atomic scales

Collaborative Research Center (CRC/SFB) 1375 Learn more
High-power laser target chamber at the Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics, 2018.
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU

NOA -Nonlinear Optics down to Atomic scales

2019-08-15 · Light
18 September 2019: NOA Colloquium by Dr. Bernhard Urbaszek (University of Toulouse)
Atomically thin semiconductors for optolectronics and spintronics: progress and perspectives
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Doctoral lecture at the Abbe Center of Photonics in 2019.
2019-08-15 · Light
August 2019 - ongoing call for doctoral researchers (PhDs)
Currently, NOA is still offering doctoral researcher (PhD) positions, all starting as soon as possible.
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Laboratory work on optically exciting an 2D material at the Abbe Center of Photonics, 2018.
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Announcement: 1st NOA winter school and PI workshop, 2-6 March 2019 in Jena
Further information will be given soon.
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Lab work at the Institute of Applied Physics, 2018.
2019-07-11
New code of the DFG for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice
The new code "Guidelines for Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice" of the German Research Foundation comes into effect on 1st ...
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2019-07-01 · Light
1 July 2019: Start of the CRC 1375 NOA
We are very excited to get on and to pursue our vision on a nonlinear optics down to atomic scales!
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High-power laser target chamber at the Institute of Optics and Quantum Electronics, 2018.
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28 June 2019: 1st NOA general assembly
Election of the NOA speaker and management board
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Traditionally self-made doctoral hats at a graduation ceremony at the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy, 2016.
CRC 1375 NOA Image: Katrin Uhlig/ Leibniz-IPHT

The Collaborative Research Center (CRC/SFB) 1375 "NOA – Nonlinear Optics down to Atomic scales" is established at the Friedrich Schiller University in July 2019. The research program is focussing on exploring fundamental nonlinear processes of light-matter interaction in low-dimen­sional nanostructures, such as atomically thin layers, nanoparticles and -wires, nanostructured surfaces and molecular assemblies. NOA will explore quantum phenomena as light-induced tunneling of electrons through metallic nanogaps and field-driven carrier acceleration in plasmonic nanostructures, atomic lattices and 2D-materials. This includes investigating the resulting back-action on the electromagnetic field, causing the generation of higher harmonics and information about the electronic wavefunctions involved in the interaction.

 

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