Clemens von Korff Schmising

December 4, 11:00 CET

Max-Born-Institut, Berlin

Clemens von Korff Schmising is Department Head of Electron and Spin Dynamics and Project Coordinator of Solids and Nanostructures: Electrons, Spins, and Phonons at the Max-Born-Institut in Berlin.

Ultrafast magnetization dynamics probed by transient spectroscopy in the extreme ultraviolet spectral range: recent results and prospects for 2D materials

Soft x-ray spectroscopy is a well-established experimental technique to probe element-specific properties of matter. Using laboratory-based high harmonic generation as a radiation source, we can additionally probe processes that occur on ultrafast time scales after femtosecond laser excitation. I will present recent results on probing laser-driven ultrafast magnetization dynamics and give examples of how an optically induced transient state can promote magnetization reversal. Finally, I will discuss the prospects of ultrafast soft X-ray spectroscopy  for the investigation of 2D materials.

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Location: Paul-Drude-Institut für Festkörperelektronik, Hausvogteiplatz 5-7, 10117 Berlin

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