Welcome to the Dynamics of Correlated Materials group!
We are an experimental research group focusing on the investigation of ultrafast processes in strongly correlated materials. Our goal is the understanding of the fundamental interactions at play on the microscopic level in such materials, leading to complex behavior. We develop and employ complementary ultrafast techniques such as time- and angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (trARPES) and time-resolved diffraction techniques to study those elementary interaction processes and couplings across ultrafast phase transitions.
Our paper describing this technical development can be found here:
D. Kutnyakhov et al., First time- and momentum-resolved photoemission studies using time-of-flight momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser.
Rev. Sci. Instr. 91, 013109 (2020)