The ultrafast current sampling setup is being built up in the new HORUS Experimental Area. Employing frequency broadened and compressed laser pulses from a Ti:Sa-laser system, the students Natalija Schreiber und Johannes Blöchl investigate the interactions of nanostructures with optical fields. Therefore, laser-induced currents are measured in time-domain in order to gain the full information of amplitude and phase of the electric fields modified by the nano-sample. However, not only the effect of the latter on the electric field can be measured, instead, nanostructures themselves are also used for direct field-sampling of light.