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HiLASE centre encourages young talented scientists to further develop

IMG_0356Dr. Thibault Derrien, a research fellow from the HiLASE Centre, has been granted a prestigious individual Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship from the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission. Entitled “Quantum Effects in Multicolor Ultrafast Laser Processing: Broadening Boundaries of Classical Descriptions” (QuantumLaP), this project is aimed at investigations of the interaction of ultrashort laser pulses with semiconductor materials on a principally new level by taking into account quantum effects that can emerge in highly-excited non-equilibrium matter.

SONY DSCThis 24-month project with a total budget of 150 kEUR will be carried out at HiLASE under the supervision of Prof. Nadezhda Bulgakova. It will include a 6 month research stay to work on advanced quantum modeling at the Max-Planck-Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter (MPSD, Hamburg, Germany) under the supervision of Prof. Angel Rubio, Theory Director at the MPSD. This research will provide theoretical support for the experiments on material processing with new lasers developed in the HiLASE Centre.

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