EuroFEL Support Laboratory is an ultrafast laser laboratory situated in the headquarters of the Istituto di Struttura della Materia of the National Research Council.
It concentrates on the use of pump-probe techniques to study ultrafast processes in nanostructured, plasmonic, and photovoltaic materials, as well as in molecules.

Latest News

  • Acoustic Vibration Modes of Gold–Silver Core–Shell Nanoparticles
    Acoustic Vibration Modes of Gold–Silver Core–Shell Nanoparticles The EFSL research group, in collaboration with the Laboratoire Lumière, Matière et Interfaces and the Laboratoire de Physique des Solides of Université Paris-Saclay (France) and with the Institut des Molécules et Matériaux du Mans of…
  • We are part of the NFFA European Network!
    We are part of the NFFA European Network! A good start to 2022 for the EFSL lab: we are officially part of the NFFA European network (! It is now possible to request and get support for access to our laboratory through this new…
  • Welcome Valerio!
    Welcome Valerio! EFSL staff congratulates Valerio Campanari on having won a research grant under the Project "FOTONICS - Fabrication and Optimization of the broadband phoTodetectOr based oN topologICal insulator and Silicon", funded by Regione Lazio.

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The EFSL team consists of researchers with a multidisciplinary background from physics to chemistry passing through material science, and they are experts in spectroscopy, ultrafast dynamics, nanomaterials and semiconductors. The team is presently composed of six permanent researchers and is often larger thanks to the presence of postdocs, PhD students and undergraduate students.

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