Kubullek, Maximilian

Maximilian Kubullek studied physics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, where he
received his Bachelor's degree in 2018. During his Bachelor's project, he worked in the
group of Prof. Matthias Kling on carrier-envelope phase measurements of few-cycle laser
pulses using light-induced currents in solids and air.

He then joined the Max Planck School of Photonics as a master student at the 
Friedrich-Schiller-University in Jena, where he received his Master's degree in 2021. His 
Master's project in the group of Prof. Gerhard Paulus was on temporally resolved 
measurements of light-induced photodissociation at an ion-beam source. 

In 2022 he joined the attosecond science team at the group of Prof. Franz X. Kärtner as a
Ph.D. student to study ultrafast phenomena using isolated attosecond pulses generated using
a synthesizer source.

Location: 99 / O3.125, CFEL at DESY in Hamburg