Tracking spin and charge in time and space in halide pervoskites
The Feldmann Lab at Harvard develops and employs ultrafast magneto-chiroptical spectroscopy to understand the next generation of soft semiconductors. The overarching goal is to maximize energy efficiency for a sustainable future by unlocking applications ranging from flexible light-weight solar cells & displays all the way to entirely new applications in quantum information processing.
Prior to starting his group at Harvard in 2022, Sascha studied Chemistry at Heidelberg University (Germany) and completed his Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Cambridge (UK) in 2020, where he continued to work as an independent EPSRC Doctoral Prize Fellow. In September 2023, Sascha was appointed tenure-track Assistant Professor and Head of the Laboratory for Energy Materials at EPFL (Switzerland), where his group will move to in 2024.