Penultimate amplification stage of the high-power POLARIS laser system.
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Strong Field Physics

Penultimate amplification stage of the high-power POLARIS laser system.
Image: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU

Strong Field Physics aims to explore fascinating and novel regimes involving the interaction of high-intensity lasers with solid or gaseous matter. This fundamental research is possible due to the availability of a broad class of top-notch ACP laser facilities featuring world-class systems such as few-cycle ultra-short pulses or record-breaking peak powers.

Prof. Thomas Stöhlker.
Atomic Physics in Extreme Coulomb & Laser Fields
Prof. Dr. Thomas STÖHLKER
Dr. Adrian N. Pfeiffer.
Attosecond Laser Physics
Jun. Prof. Dr. Adrian PFEIFFER
Preparation of the target chamber of the high-enery POLARIS laser system.
Laser-Particle Acceleration
Prof. Dr. Matt ZEPF
Laser lab setup.
Nonlinear Optics
Prof. Dr. Gerhard PAULUS
Prof. Christian Spielmann.
Quantum Electronics
Prof. Dr. Christian SPIELMANN
Prof. Holger Gies.
Quantum Field Theory
Prof. Dr. Holger GIES
Prof. Andreas Wipf.
Quantum Physics
Prof. Dr. Andreas WIPF
Control room of the high-power laser system POLARIS.
Relativistic Laser Physics
Prof. Dr. Malte KALUZA
Prof. Stephan Fritzsche.
Relativistic Quantum Dynamics
Prof. Dr. Stephan FRITZSCHE
Optical laser laboratory.
Strong Field Nanophotonics
Dr. Daniil KARTASHOV
Prof. Stefanie Gräfe.
Theoretical Chemistry
Prof. Dr. Stefanie GRÄFE
Dr. Jan Rothhardt.
X-ray Spectroscopy and Microscopy
Dr. Jan ROTHHARDT
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