Issue 24 of the Laserlab Newsletter published

Issue 24 of the Laserlab Newsletter is now available.


In this issue:

FOCUS: Lasers for Materials Science

  • Laser based fluorescence microscopy (CLF, UK)
  • Laser-made 3D zinc oxide nanostructures (IECSL-FORTH, Greece)
  • A new look at ultrafast phase trancitions (ICFO, Spain)
  • Extreme ultraviolet (EUV) microscope for imaging of nanostructures (MUT, Poland)
  • Pulse shaping for improved femto-second ablation (IST, Portugal and CLPU, Spain)
  • Mechanisms of laser-induced ablation in dielectrics (SLIC, France)
  • Magnetic field imaging using nitrogen-vacancy centres in diamond (ULLC, Latvia)
  • Light absorption by titanium dioxide (LACUS, Switzerland)


  • Laserlab-Europe members and associate partners meet in Bordeaux
  • Time limit for ultrafast perovskite solar cells quantyfied (CUSBO, Italy)
  • Ultrashort photoemission time of electrons clocked (LLC, Sweden)
  • Quantum internet goes hybrid (ICFO, Spain)
  • High resolution without particle accelerator (HIJ, Germany)


  • ERC Starting Grants for Andreas Reiserer (MPQ) and Simon Wall (ICFO)
  • ERC Consolidator Grants for Tomáš Čižmár (IPHT) and Nicola Poli (LENS)


EUCALL completes Mid Term Review and 2nd Annual Meeting


Gold clusters: gentle bond breakers.


Editorial Team:

Tom Jeltes

Daniela Stozno, Julia Michel


If you would like to subscribe to this publication or would like to find out more about any of the featured articles, please use the Subscription form>> or send an email to