The mission of the Ultrafast Science and Applications Division is to develop and provide state-of-the-art user stations for femtosecond and attosecond time-resolved experiments in solid, liquid and gas phases. We perform research on the fastest processes in various molecular and solid-state media and serve the facility with background infrastructure such as high-level nanofabrication, chemistry and biology laboratories. We also provide theoretical support and numerical simulations for experiments that are performed at ELI-ALPS.
The Ultrafast Nanoscience Group performs experiments with various application-oriented nanosystems together with user groups, and provides nanofabrication support for facility users.
The Surface Dynamics Group runs the NanoESCA instrument and its use in various femto- and attosecond time-resolved experiments.
The Ultrafast Dynamics group investigates fast processes in chemical systems and develops pump-probe schemes using synchronized ELI-ALPS light sources.
The Biomedical Applications Group mainly performs radiobiology experiments with laser-based particle sources.
The Theory and Simulations Group provides solid user support in theoretical and numerical methods for experiments performed at ELI-ALPS in attosecond science, ultrafast solid-state, molecular physics etc.
Ultrafast Nanoscience Group
Surface Dynamics Group