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Director: Martin Wolf Emeritus: Gerhard Ertl, Nobel Laureate 2007   
 

Research concentrates on the dynamics of elementary processes at surfaces and in solids, in particular ultrafast dynamics of electronic excitations and interfacial charge transfer, surface reactions and molecular processes in nanoscale systems and phenomena of nonlinear dynamics.

 
Research Groups:
Interfacial Molecular Spectroscopy
Kramer Campen
Spatiotemporal Selforganization
Markus Eiswirth
Terahertz Physics
Tobias Kampfrath          
Nanoscale Surface Chemistry
Takashi Kumagai
Time-resolved SHG Spectroscopy
Alexey Melnikov          
Complex Systems
Alexander S. Mikhailov          
Lattice Dynamics
Alex Paarmann          
Dynamics of Correlated Materials
Laurenz Rettig          
 
Max Planck Research Groups:
Structural & Electronic Surface Dynamics
Ralph Ernstorfer
Electron Dynamiχ
A. Julia Stähler
Upcoming Events:
Fri., 30 September 2016, 11:00, Richard-Willstätter-Haus, Special seminar:
            Rui (Patrick) Xian (Hamburg),
Probing solid state reaction dynamics at atomic resolution—investigation of the photo- dissociation and recombination of triiodide” 

 
Tue., 4 October 2016, 15:30, Richard-Willstätter-Haus, Special seminar:
            Joerg Wunderlich (Cambridge, UK & Praha, CR),
Towards antiferromagnetic spintronics: Large magnitude magneto-resistance effects and current controlled switching” 

 
Mon., 10 October 2016, 15:00, Fabeckstr. 62, Informal seminar:
            Lukáš Nádvorník (Praha, CR),
Long-range and high-speed electronic spin-transport at a GaAs/AlGaAs semiconductor interface” 
Wed., 26 October 2016, 09:30, place to be annouced later, AC & PC joint seminar:
            Karl-Heinz Ernst (Dübendorf & Zürich),
Chirality in flatland: molecular recognition, spin filtering and unidirectional motors at surfaces” 

 
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