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RElativistic Attosecond Physics Laboratory (REAL)

Research group The goal of relativistic attosecond physics laboratory is laser-driven generation of the shortest light and electron pulses ever achieved, which have durations in the attosecond regime, and their application for filming electron dynamics in matter such as atoms, molecules, and ionized materials, i.e. plasmas. This research is pushing the limits in various fields such as much faster (light-driven) electronics, structure determination in bio-medical sciences or next level temporal metrology.

You can find more information about our research on our official web, which you will find here.

Other team members:
Master students: Philip Backstad, Emil Thorin, Xiuyu Wu and Xiaoying Zhang

Head of research


Participating departments and units at Umeå University

Department of Physics

Research area

Physical sciences
László Veisz has worked with this year's Nobel Prize winner in physics

Congratulated his colleagues after the announcement: "I was sure this time would come."

Light Wave Synthesizer lasersystem.
Home-made laser system one of the most powerful in the world

Umeå physicists have designed a laser that can make it possible to study completely new phenomena.

Small-scale X-rays challenge the large electron accelerators

Physicist László Veisz, significantly reduces the divergence of laser-driven X-ray radiation

Latest update: 2021-02-26