Highlights

dr. Denis Golež participated in Nature Physics publication: Picosecond volume expansion drives a later-time insulator–metal transition in a nano-textured Mott insulator

There is significant technological interest in developing ever faster switching between different electronic and magnetic states of matter. Manipulating properties at terahertz rates requires accessing the intrinsic timescales of both electrons and associated phonons, which is possible with short-pulse photoexcitation. … Read More

Register now: 2nd Training School COST Action COSMIC WISPers (CA21106), 10–14 Jun 2024, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Ljubljana (Slovenia)

The European COST Action CA21106 “Cosmic WISPers in the Dark Universe: Theory, astrophysics and experiments” is an initiative funded by the COST Association, whose goal is to study axions and other very weakly interacting slim  particles (WISPs) emerging in several extensions of the Standard Model … Read More

Register now: 2nd Training School COST Action COSMIC WISPers (CA21106), 10–14 Jun 2024, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Ljubljana (Slovenia)

The European COST Action CA21106 “Cosmic WISPers in the Dark Universe: Theory, astrophysics and experiments” is an initiative funded by the COST Association, whose goal is to study axions and other very weakly interacting slim  particles (WISPs) emerging in several extensions of the Standard Model … Read More

dr. Denis Golež participated in Nature Physics publication: Picosecond volume expansion drives a later-time insulator–metal transition in a nano-textured Mott insulator

There is significant technological interest in developing ever faster switching between different electronic and magnetic states of matter. Manipulating properties at terahertz rates requires accessing the intrinsic timescales of both electrons and associated phonons, which is possible with short-pulse photoexcitation. … Read More