EIS-TIMEX

The EIS-TIMEX end-station is designed for time resolved (t<100 fs) spectroscopies using the pump-probe approach.
Typical experiments involve

  1. functional materials,
  2. ultrafast phenomena,
  3. nonequilibrium condensed matter,
  4. nonlinear light-matter interaction,
  5. high energy density matter

SHG spectrum from B-Parylene interface

Buried interface monitored for the first time through SHG



C. P. Schwartz et al., PRL 127, 096801(2021)

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Self-driven spectral tuning of EUV fs-pulses

Observed nonlinear interaction between EUV light and opaque materials 



C. Ferrante et al., Light: Science & Applications 10, 92 (2021)

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Ag@CeO2 functional material

Revealed with tr-XAS a plasmon-mediated ultrafast charge transfer in Ag@CeO2 



J. S. Pelli Cresi et al. Nano Lett. 2021, 21, 4, 1729–1734

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Liquid carbon

Laser-driven liquid carbon is generated in less than 0.5 ps!



E. Principi et al.  Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 155703 (2020)

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FEL driven ultrafast plasmon dynamics in crystalline LiF

Supercontinuum time resolved spectral analysis! 



C. Fasolato et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 184801 (2020)


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Soft X-Ray SHG from graphite

We observed an SHG signal at the carbon K-edge! 



Lam et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 023901 (2018)

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Coherent magnons in NiO

We generated coherent magnons in NiO! 



Simoncig et al., Phys. Rev. Materials 1, 073802 (2017)



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EUV vortices

Two techniques to observe EUV optical vortices from FELs! 



Rebernik Ribič et al., Phys. Rev. X 7, 031036 (2017)


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User Area

Proposal submission
We invite users and collaborators to discuss their proposals with the beamline local contacts well in advance before the submission deadline. This is crucial for a careful assesment of the experiment feasibility and may lead to improvements in the proposed experimental plan. For more information on experiment feasibilty and proposal submission, please vist the user info section.

Next call for proposals deadline: Sep-Oct 2021



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