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Philipp Giese

  • Dipl- Phys.
  • PhD-Student
  • FU Berlin, Institut für Experimentalphysik

    Research interests

    photoinduced reactions on surfacesSurface science

    About

    2006-2007: diploma thesis in AG Schwentner in the context of SFB 450 (Analysis and control of ultrafast processes): "Rotationswellenpaketdynamik von Stickstoff in Edelgasen" (rotational wave packet dynamics of nitrogen in rare gases. A time-resolved OKE-setup was build to study the time evolution of rotational wave packets in different ambient media to detect the decoherent influence on a quantum mechanical system. 11/07-04/08: Laboratory assistant in AG Wolf, paid by GiF. Introduction in UHV-Technology & surface science at a SFG-experiment 04/08 - now Setting up of UHV chamber to detect and study photoinduced reactions of methane and Nitrous oxide on in-situ prepared MgO-surfaces, funding done by UniCat Since 0709 Collegiate of IMPRS - Complex surfaces and Material science

    Professional experience

    PhD-Student

    FU Berlin, Institut für Experimentalphysik

    April 2008 - Present

    Labor Assistant

    FU Berlin, Institut für Experimentalphysik

    November 2007 - April 2008(5 months)

    diploma student

    FU Berlin, Institut für Experimentalphysik

    May 2006 - June 2007(a year)