PhD in Ultrafast electron dynamics of 2-dimensional van-der-Waals ferromagnets, Fritz-Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany

The Emmy Noether research group Dynamics of Correlated Materials at the Fritz Haber Institute ( is offering a PhD position in experimental condensed matter physics. Our group investigates the ultrafast dynamical processes in strongly correlated and low-dimensional systems, in order to understand the microscopic interactions governing their fascinating physics. The Fritz Haber Institute and the Department of Physical Chemistry offer an excellent and interdisciplinary environment for top-of-the-line research. The group operates a world-leading high-repetition rate extreme ultraviolet (XUV) time- and angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy (trARPES) setup including a momentum microscope and performs time-resolved x-ray experiments at large scale research facilities.

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