Thomas Fennel
Thomas Fennel
Professor for Strong-Field Nanophysics, University of Rostock
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Laser-driven nonlinear cluster dynamics
T Fennel, KH Meiwes-Broer, J Tiggesbäumker, PG Reinhard, PM Dinh, ...
Reviews of modern physics 82 (2), 1793, 2010
Attosecond physics at the nanoscale
MF Ciappina, JA Pérez-Hernández, AS Landsman, WA Okell, ...
Reports on Progress in Physics 80 (5), 054401, 2017
Controlled near-field enhanced electron acceleration from dielectric nanospheres with intense few-cycle laser fields
S Zherebtsov, T Fennel, J Plenge, E Antonsson, I Znakovskaya, A Wirth, ...
Nature Physics 7 (8), 656-662, 2011
Multistep ionization of argon clusters in intense femtosecond extreme ultraviolet pulses
C Bostedt, H Thomas, M Hoener, E Eremina, T Fennel, KH Meiwes-Broer, ...
Physical review letters 100 (13), 133401, 2008
Controlling the coulomb explosion of silver clusters by femtosecond dual-pulse laser excitation
T Döppner, T Fennel, T Diederich, J Tiggesbäumker, KH Meiwes-Broer
Physical review letters 94 (1), 13401, 2005
The 3D-architecture of individual free silver nanoparticles captured by X-ray scattering
I Barke, H Hartmann, D Rupp, L Flückiger, M Sauppe, M Adolph, S Schorb, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6187, 2015
Highly Charged Ions from Laser-Cluster Interactions: Local-Field-Enhanced Impact Ionization and Frustrated Electron-Ion Recombination
T Fennel, L Ramunno, T Brabec
Physical review letters 99 (23), 233401, 2007
Plasmon-enhanced electron acceleration in intense laser metal-cluster interactions
T Fennel, T Döppner, J Passig, C Schaal, J Tiggesbäumker, ...
Physical review letters 98 (14), 143401, 2007
Resolving ultrafast heating of dense cryogenic hydrogen
U Zastrau, P Sperling, M Harmand, A Becker, T Bornath, R Bredow, ...
Physical review letters 112 (10), 105002, 2014
Field propagation-induced directionality of carrier-envelope phase-controlled photoemission from nanospheres
F Süßmann, L Seiffert, S Zherebtsov, V Mondes, J Stierle, M Arbeiter, ...
Nature Communications 6 (1), 7944, 2015
Attosecond chronoscopy of electron scattering in dielectric nanoparticles
L Seiffert, Q Liu, S Zherebtsov, A Trabattoni, P Rupp, MC Castrovilli, ...
Nature physics 13 (8), 766-770, 2017
Two-color strong-field photoelectron spectroscopy and the phase of the phase
S Skruszewicz, J Tiggesbäumker, KH Meiwes-Broer, M Arbeiter, T Fennel, ...
Physical review letters 115 (4), 043001, 2015
Ionization dynamics of simple metal clusters in intense fields by the Thomas-Fermi-Vlasov method
T Fennel, GF Bertsch, KH Meiwes-Broer
The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma …, 2004
Coherent diffractive imaging of single helium nanodroplets with a high harmonic generation source
D Rupp, N Monserud, B Langbehn, M Sauppe, J Zimmermann, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 493, 2017
Rare-gas clusters in intense VUV, XUV and soft x-ray pulses: signatures of the transition from nanoplasma-driven cluster expansion to Coulomb explosion in ion and electron spectra
M Arbeiter, T Fennel
New Journal of Physics 13 (5), 053022, 2011
Rare-gas clusters in intense extreme-ultraviolet pulses from a high-order harmonic source
B Schütte, M Arbeiter, T Fennel, MJJ Vrakking, A Rouzée
Physical review letters 112 (7), 073003, 2014
Ionization heating in rare-gas clusters under intense XUV laser pulses
M Arbeiter, T Fennel
Physical Review A 82 (1), 013201, 2010
Coherent Electronic Wave Packet Motion in Controlled by the Waveform and Polarization of Few-Cycle Laser Fields
H Li, B Mignolet, G Wachter, S Skruszewicz, S Zherebtsov, F Süßmann, ...
Physical review letters 114 (12), 123004, 2015
Shell structure of magnesium and other divalent metal clusters
T Diederich, T Döppner, T Fennel, J Tiggesbäumker, KH Meiwes-Broer
Physical Review A 72 (2), 023203, 2005
Origin of strong-field-induced low-order harmonic generation in amorphous quartz
P Jürgens, B Liewehr, B Kruse, C Peltz, D Engel, A Husakou, T Witting, ...
Nature Physics 16 (10), 1035-1039, 2020
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