Interferometric measurements provide highest spectral and temporal resolution and are the basis of many powerful ultrafast spectroscopic schemes. While such methods are well established in the visible spectral range, their transfer to the extreme ultraviolet (XUV) regime is currently one of the major goals in ultrafast spectroscopy. In this PhD project, we will develop new quantum interference spectroscopy techniques in the XUV domain in order to study extremely fast molecular processes of fundamental importance. The PhD student will develop and perform the experiments in the laboratories in Freiburg and will also have the chance to participate in experiments at large scale facilities such as free-electron lasers and the European extreme light infrastructure (ELI). (L. Bruder)

Research group of Dr. Lukas Bruder