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Welcome to the Attoworld

For Munich physicist Ferenc Krausz, one second lasts half an eternity. For him, the measure of all things is the attosecond; a number with 17 zeros after the decimal point. Professor Krausz is the founder of attosecond physics, which explores the world of electrons. He is professor at the LMU Department of Physics and director of the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics.

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