Thomas Gebert

  • Beamline Scientist



Condensed Matter Department,
Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, CFEL

Bldg. 99, Rm. O2.075
Luruper Chaussee 149
22761 Hamburg, Germany

Phone: +49-(0)40-8998-6589

Short bio

Thomas is developing an optical scheme capable of generating of mid-infrared pulses of tunable duration in the nanosecond range. In addition, he is involved in ARPES experiments.

Selected publications

Generation of narrowband, high-intensity, carrier-envelope phase stable pulses tunable between 4 and 18 THz
B. Liu, H. Bromberger, A. Cartella, T. Gebert, M. Först, A. Cavalleri
Optics Letters, 42, 1, 129-131 (2017) [Editors' pick]  
Efficient generation of below-threshold harmonics for high-fidelity multi-photon physics in the VUV spectral range
Dimitrios Rompotis, Thomas Gebert, Marek Wieland, and Markus Drescher
Opt. Lett. 40/8 (2015)  
Michelson-type all-reflective interferometric autocorrelation in the VUV regime
T Gebert, D Rompotis, M Wieland, F Karimi, A Azima, and M Drescher
New J. Phys. 16 073047 (2014)  
Strong-field ionization of molecular iodine traced with XUV pulses from a free-electron laser
M. Krikunova, Th. Maltezopoulos, Ph. Wessels, M. Schlie, A. Azima, T. Gaumnitz, T. Gebert, M. Wieland, and M. Drescher
Phys. Rev. A 86, 043430 (2012)  
Single-shot terahertz-field-driven X-ray streak camera
Ulrike Frühling, Marek Wieland, Michael Gensch, Thomas Gebert, Bernd Schütte, Maria Krikunova, Roland Kalms, Filip Budzyn, Oliver Grimm, Jörg Rossbach, Elke Plönjes and Markus Drescher
Nature Photonics 3, 523 - 528 (2009)