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Nils Krebs
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LMU München
Fakultät für Physik


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(c) 2002 BMO

Dear Visitor,

welcome to my website at the Chair for BioMolecular Optics of the LMU Munich. Here you can find a brief overview of my scientific interests. My research mainly focuses on the coherent control of chemical reactions and the development of techniques to do so.

 

Investigation of vibrational and electronic coherence in molecules.

Phase stable double pulses in the VIS/UV are used as pump in a pump-probe setup. Spectral interference of the pump pulses allows the extraction of dephasing properties of the molecules.

 

Generation and characterization of shaped femtosecond UV pulses.

With an acousto-optical dispersive filter sub-20fs pulses in the spectral range of 240 - 400 nm and strongly structered pulses are now easy at hand.

 

 
Nils Krebs, Rafael A. Probst, Eberhard Riedle

 

 

Funding

 

Munich-Centre for Advanced Photonics

 

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Telephon:
+49-89-2180-9255 (Office)
+49-89-2180-9283 (Lab)
  nils.krebs@physik.uni-muenchen.de
Address:Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität
Lehrstuhl für BioMolekulare Optik
AG Prof. Riedle
Oettingenstr. 67
D-80538 München
 
 
Recent BMO Publications:
Ultrafast photochemistry with two product channels: wavepacket motion through two distinct conical intersections
 
New insights for femtosecond spectroscopy: From transient absorption to 2-dimensional spectroscopy in the UV spectral domain
 
Two dimensional Fourier transform spectroscopy in the UV with sub-20 fs pump pulses and 250 - 720 nm supercontinuum probe
 
Wavepacket Splitting in the First 100 fs Determines the Products from the Bond Cleavage of Diphenylmethylchloride
 
Pulse compression of ultrashort UV pulses by self-phase modulation in bulk material
 
all 11 Publications


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