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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
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          
THz Driven Molecular Dynamics
Mohsen Sajadi
Max Planck Research Groups:
Structural & Electronic Surface Dynamics
Ralph Ernstorfer
Electron Dynamiχ
A. Julia Stähler
Upcoming Events:
Fri., 23 June 2017, 14:00–17:05, PC Seminar room G 2.06, BerliNano workshop:
Introduction:  Ralph Ernstorfer (PC, FHI)
1st speaker: 
Alexander Holleitner (TU München),
Towards Femtosecond Electronics with 2D Materials and Nanoscale Circuits”
2nd speaker: 
Giovanni Ligorio (HU Berlin),
Exploring the Limits of Miniaturization for Organic Non-Volatile Resistive Memory Elements”
3rd speaker: 
Benjamin Heinrich (FU Berlin),
Magnetic adsorbates on superconductors – from single atoms to Shiba molecules and potential Majorana chains”
4th speaker: 
Alexander Paarmann (PC FHI),
Mid-Infrared Nonlinear Nanophotonics using Surface Phonon Polaritons”
Thu., 6 July 2017, 11:00, PC Seminar room G 2.06, Special seminar:
          Tyler Cocker (Regensburg),
Sub-cycle terahertz microscopy on the atomic scale” 
We have moved to Building G          
Fri., 7 July 2017, 13:30–15:00:  You are welcome for a little celebration and building tour
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