Job Offer

XUV Spectroscopy with Isolated Magnetic Fields from Laser Pulse Collision

Working tasks (at Ultrafast Laser Group, Photonics Institute, TU Wien (http://​

  • Experimental generating the XUV beam from high-order harmonic generation
  • Experimental realization of the isolated magnetic field based on laser pulse collision
  • Detecting the spectroscopy of lanthanide material caused by magnetic dipole


  • Master degree in Physics/Engineering, preferably in a field of optics/photonics/quantum mechanics
  • Good knowledge of English (C1)
  • Hands-on experience with lasers or XUV spectrometers, or vacuum technique is a plus
  • Knowledge of MATLAB/Python/LabView is a plus

If you are interested in this part of the project,
please contact Dr. Hongtao Hu:


First iStOMPS Seminar

In our first seminar, we invited Prof. Peter Banzer from the Karl-Franzens-University Graz, Optics of Nano and Quantum Materials Group. He gave a very nice presentation about “The Magical World of Tight Focusing”