First time- and momentum-resolved photoemission studies using time-of-flight momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser

@inproceedings{Kutnyakhov2019FirstTA,
  title={First time- and momentum-resolved photoemission studies using time-of-flight momentum microscopy at a free-electron laser},
  author={Dmytro Kutnyakhov and Rui Patrick Xian and Maciej Dendzik and Michael Heber and Federico Pressacco and Steinn Ymir Agustsson and Lukas Wenthaus and Holger Meyer and Sven Gieschen and G. Mercurio and Andreas Benz and Kevin Buhlman and Simon Daster and Rafael Gort and Davide Curcio and Klara Volckaert and Marco Bianchi and Charlotte E. Sanders and Jill A. Miwa and Soren Ulstrup and Andreas Oelsner and Christian Tusche and Ying-Jiun Chen and D. Vasilyev and Katerina Medjanik and Gunter Brenner and Siarhei Dziarzhytski and Harald Redlin and Bastian Manschwetus and Shuo Dong and Jasper Hauer and Laurenz Rettig and Jure Demsar and Hans-Joachim Elmers and Philip Hofmann and Ralph Ernstorfer and Gerd Schǒnhense and Yves Acremann and Wilfried Wurth},
  year={2019}
}
Time-resolved photoemission with ultrafast pump and probe pulses is an emerging technique with a huge potential. Real-time recording of non-equilibrium electronic processes, transient states in chemical reactions or the interplay of electronic and structural dynamics offers fascinating opportunities for future research. Combining valence-band and core level spectroscopy with photoelectron diffraction for electronic, chemical and structural analysis requires fs soft X-ray pulses with some 10~meV… CONTINUE READING