Mariana Chavez Cervantes
Condensed Matter Department,
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, CFEL
Bldg. 99, Rm. 02.0
Luruper Chaussee 149
22761 Hamburg, Germany
Mariana's research focuses on the study of nonequilibrium superconductivity in organic compounds with ultrafast transport techniques. Currently, she is developing microstructured devices on chip which integrate a coplanar stripline with an alkali-doped fulleride K3C60 thin film. With this technique, she can study the transport properties of the nonequilibrium superconducting state upon optical excitation in the mid infrared.
Charge density wave melting in one-dimensional wires with femtosecond subgap excitation.
Physical Review Letters 123, 036405 (2019)
Band structure dynamics in indium wires.
Physical Review B 97 (20), 201401 (2018)
|Ultrafast momentum imaging of pseudospin-flip excitations in graphene|
S. Aeschlimann, R. Krause, M. Chávez-Cervantes, H. Bromberger, R. Jago, E. Malić, A. Al-Temimy, C. Coletti, A. Cavalleri, and I. Gierz
|Physical Review B, 96, 020301(R) (2017)|
|Tracking Primary Thermalization Events in Graphene with Photoemission at Extreme Time Scales|
|I. Gierz, F. Calegari, S. Aeschlimann, M. Chávez Cervantes, C. Cacho, R. T. Chapman, E. Springate, S. Link, U. Starke, C. R. Ast, and A. Cavalleri|
|Physical Review Letters 115, 086803 (2015)|