Max-Born-Institut für Nichtlineare Optik und Kurzzeitspektroskopie im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (MBI) - Firma in Berlin

Max-Born-Institut für Nichtlineare Optik und Kurzzeitspektroskopie im Forschungsverbund Berlin e.V. (MBI)

Max-Born-Straße 2a, 12489 Berlin

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+49 30 6392-1505 +49 30 6392-1519

Director

Direktoren: Prof. Dr. Stefan Eisebitt, Prof. Dr. Thomas Elsässer, Prof. Dr. Marc Vrakking

Contact

Dr. Alexander Grimm agrimm@mbi-berlin.de

Focus

According to its statute, the MBI conducts basic research in the field of nonlinear optics and ultrafast dynamics of the interaction of light with matter and pursues applications that emerge from this research. It develops and uses ultrafast and ultra-intense lasers and laser-driven short-pulse light sources in a broad spectral range in combination with methods of nonlinear spectroscopy.

With its research the MBI fullfills a nationwide mission and is an integral part of the international science community. The MBI is involved in a large number and variety of cooperative research projects with universities, other research institutions and industrial partners. In addition, it offers its facilities and its scientific know-how also to external researchers within the framework of an active guest programme.

Category

  • Research and De­vel­op­ment

News

Accurate Probing of Magnetism with Light
Accurate Probing of Magnetism with Light
MBI scientists provide the groundwork to interpret spectroscopic signals in dynamic microscopic processes
Laser-driven spin dynamics in ferrimagnets: How does the angular momentum flow?
Laser-driven spin dynamics in ferrimagnets: How does the angular momentum flow?
With “x-ray vision”, MBI scientists observe demagnetization process in different materials
Amplifier for terahertz lattice vibrations in a semiconductor crystal
Amplifier for terahertz lattice vibrations in a semiconductor crystal
MBI scientists see great potential for ultrasound imaging with a sub-nanometer spatial resolution
For the second time, an ERC Advanced Grant has been awarded to Prof. Thomas Elsaesser
For the second time, an ERC Advanced Grant has been awarded to Prof. Thomas Elsaesser
Project “Electric Interactions and Ultrafast Structural Dynamics of Biomolecules”
Dynamic aspirin – first and direct insight in electrons motions
Dynamic aspirin – first and direct insight in electrons motions
Molecular vibrations drive electrons over large distances
How Molecules teeter in a laser field
How Molecules teeter in a laser field
MBI scientists demonstrate the first attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy (ATAS) experiment on a polyatomic molecule
5000 times faster than a computer
5000 times faster than a computer
Interatomic light rectifier generates directed electric currents