April 2018:
NanoESCA MK III System
for the ELI-ALPS laser facility, Hungary

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Participants at the ELI-ALPS NanoESCA project kick-off meeting in Szeged, April 2018

Within the European strategy for building the next generation of large research facilities, the Extreme Light Infrastructure - Attosecond Light Pulse Source (ELI-ALPS), European Laser Research Institute in Szeged, was founded to provide the international research community with trend-setting pulsed laser applications. Outstanding results are expected in the field of ultrafast physical processes as well as biological, medical and material sciences.

ELI-ALPS now has signed a contract for the patented NanoESCA from FOCUS GmbH and
Scienta Omicron GmbH. The Technical University of Kaiserslautern and the University of Göttingen are scientific partners in this project to push the frontiers of ultrafast condensed matter science with ELI-APLS high repetition rate laser facility.

The latest state of the art NanoESCA MK III end station will be equipped with a series of preparation and characterization techniques. An integrated Time-of-Flight detection and a 2 D Spin-filter, the latter licensed by Surface Concept GmbH, will enable unrivalled new time-, energy-, spin-, angular- and laterally resolved photoelectron spectroscopy.

With the kick-off meeting at ELI-ALPS beginning of April the production is started with the goal to deliver results of bench-mark experiments in 2019. The NanoESCA MK III at ELI-ALPS beam line is expected to provide significant contributions in e.g. molecular electronics, magnetic data storage or solar panels.

(Authors: D.Pohlenz, FOCUS GmbH and M.Patt, Scienta Omicron GmbH).



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