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We explore and aim to ultimately control ultrafast quantum phenomena in extended many-body systems for applications in the energy sciences and in transformative optoelectronics. The Ultrafast Electronics and Nanophotonics group's home base is the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University. SLAC hosts the powerful x-ray light source LCLS enabling studies of matter with atomic spatial resolution and on attosecond timescales. Our group's multi-disciplinary research involves the development of laboratory and facility-based experimental approaches, novel spectroscopies, and theoretical modeling, thereby providing a stimulating environment for students, postdocs, and staff. Enjoy our website!

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