Daniel Wegkamp
Daniel Wegkamp
Department of Physical Chemistry, Fritz-Haber-Institute
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Instantaneous band gap collapse in photoexcited monoclinic VO 2 due to photocarrier doping
D Wegkamp, M Herzog, L Xian, M Gatti, P Cudazzo, CL McGahan, ...
Physical review letters 113 (21), 216401, 2014
2212014
Ultrafast changes in lattice symmetry probed by coherent phonons
S Wall, D Wegkamp, L Foglia, K Appavoo, J Nag, RF Haglund, J Stähler, ...
Nature communications 3 (1), 1-6, 2012
1762012
Tracking the evolution of electronic and structural properties of VO2 during the ultrafast photoinduced insulator-metal transition
S Wall, L Foglia, D Wegkamp, K Appavoo, J Nag, RF Haglund Jr, ...
Physical Review B 87 (11), 115126, 2013
962013
Ultrafast dynamics during the photoinduced phase transition in VO2
D Wegkamp, J Stähler
Progress in Surface Science 90 (4), 464-502, 2015
852015
Ultrafast Exciton Formation at the ZnO (10 1¯ 0) Surface
JC Deinert, D Wegkamp, M Meyer, C Richter, M Wolf, J Stähler
Physical review letters 113 (5), 057602, 2014
532014
Real-time measurement of the vertical binding energy during the birth of a solvated electron
J Stähler, JC Deinert, D Wegkamp, S Hagen, M Wolf
Journal of the American Chemical Society 137 (10), 3520-3524, 2015
512015
Phase retrieval and compression of low-power white-light pulses
D Wegkamp, D Brida, S Bonora, G Cerullo, J Stähler, M Wolf, S Wall
Applied Physics Letters 99 (10), 101101, 2011
242011
Trapped electrons at the amorphous solid water/vacuum interface as possible reactants in a water splitting reaction
SB King, D Wegkamp, C Richter, M Wolf, J Stähler
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 121 (13), 7379-7386, 2017
152017
Photoinduced work function modifications and their effect on photoelectron spectroscopy
D Wegkamp, M Meyer, C Richter, M Wolf, J Stähler
Applied Physics Letters 103 (15), 151603, 2013
112013
Ultrafast electron dynamics and the role of screening
D Wegkamp
92015
Ultrafast Dynamics at the Na/D2O/Cu(111) Interface: Electron Solvation in Ice Layers and Na+-Mediated Surface Solvation
M Meyer, M Bertin, U Bovensiepen, D Wegkamp, M Krenz, M Wolf
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 (1), 204-209, 2011
22011
First principles calculations of insulator-to-metal transition in photoexcited monoclinic VO2
L Xian, M Gatti, P Cudazzo, D Wegkamp, M Herzog, C McGahan, ...
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 60, 2015
2015
Instantaneous band gap collapse in VO_2 caused by photocarrier doping
M Herzog, D Wegkamp, M Wolf, J Staehler, L Xian, P Cudazzo, M Gatti, ...
Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, 2015
2015
Ultrafast exciton formation at the ZnO(100) surface
JC Deinert, D Wegkamp, M Meyer, C Richter, M Wolf, J Stähler
arXiv preprint arXiv:1409.8662, 2014
2014
Ultrafast Dynamics of Interfacial Electron Transfer
M Wolf
TYC Energy Materials Workshop, King’s College, 2013
2013
Ultrafast changes in lattice symmetry probed by coherent phonons at the onset of the photoinduced phase transition in VO2
S Wall, D Wegkamp, L Foglia, K Appavoo, J Nag, RF Haglund, J Stähler, ...
International Conference on Ultrafast Structural Dynamics, IW4D. 1, 2012
2012
Coherent phonons: an ultrafast probe of the VO {sub 2} phase transition
L Foglia, S Wall, D Wegkamp, J Staehler, M Wolf, J Nag, RF Haglund
Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, 2011
2011
Characterisation and setup of a noncollinear optical parametric amplifier and investigation of ultrafast dynamics of Na/Cu (111)
D Wegkamp, M Krenz, M Wolf, U Bovensiepen
Verhandlungen der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, 2010
2010
Long-lived electrons trapped in amorphous ice adsorbed on Cu (111)+ Hot electrons in the 2DEG at the STO/vacuum interface
D Wegkamp
Seminar (AG-Weinelt), Freie Universität, 0
Ultrafast Surface Dynamics of ZnO (10-10): Photons, Electrons, and Excitons
J Stähler, JC Deinert, M Meyer, D Wegkamp, M Wolf
8th International Symposium on Ultrafast Surface Dynamics, 0
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