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  • July 4, 2017
    We welcome our guests from Riyadh!
    short report — Today, we welcome visitors from Saudi Arabia to the Laboratory for Attosecond Physics. Nouf Jaber, Al Batool Aba Al-Khahil and Zainah Ali Al-Qahtani are studying at King Saud Universityin Riyadh, and have come to the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics for a month to broaden their knowledge of laser physics. As part of our collaboration with the King Saud University, we plan to hold regular Summer Schools specifically for female physicists from Saudi Arabia in the coming years. It is a pleasure to welcome this first group to Munich. We wish them every success, and hope they enjoy their stay in the Institute and in …
  • November 20, 2017
    »Don’t miss the chance to try some of the breads«
    interview — Ayman Alismail, a PhD student from the King Saud University in Saudi Arabia, is working on his doctoral thesis at the Laboratory of Attosecond Physics of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. Here he reports on what it is like to live and work in Germany.
  • December 11, 2017
    Prof. Nasser M. Al-Daghri visits Garching
    short report — Together with Prof. Abdallah Azzeer, Prof. Nasser M. Al-Daghri from King-Saud-University has complied with an invitation of Prof. F. Krausz to pay a visit to his MPQ-LMU laboratories and present a colloquium about his research on the 4-5th of December 2017. Prof. Nasser has an impressive track record in biomarker discovery. His lab has a variety of biochemical tools which will be used in the cooperation as valuable benchmarking methods for the analysis of blood samples. Moreover Dr. Nasser has built up a large biorepository from more than tens of thousands of Arab children as well as tens of thousands of adults in …