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Time-resolved transmission electron microscopy: Probing ultrafast processes on nanometer length scales
19. October 2015, 16:15
Dr. Sascha Schäfer, Georg-August-Universität, Institut für Physik, Göttingen, Germany / Abstract
Einladende: Prof. Dr. Christoph Lienau, Prof. Dr. Martin Holthaus, Prof. Dr. Niklas Nilius
Institute of Physics
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