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  • February 2, 2012
    Jump over the Atlantic Ocean

    team — Dr. Agustin Schiffrin left the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics (LAP) and went back to Vancouver (Canada), to work at the Institute of Quantum Materials at the University of British Columbia. There, Agustin will work on a project studying the structural and electronic properties of atomically functionalized solid interfaces. At LAP he was related to the group of Prof. Reinhard Kienberger and worked on probing and controlling ultrafast electron dynamics at solid interfaces. In the future, Agustin will stay involved in some of the LAP projects. When Agustin came to Munich he did not know very much about Bavaria. However, that changed very fast. »I enjoyed the rich Bavarian culture, the equilibrium between vibrant urban and cultural activities in the cities with the overall geographical location close to lakes and the Alps«, Agustin says. The LAP team wishes Agustin all the best for his future and a lot of exiting insights into the world of electrons.