The research work in our group aims at advancing the science and technology of cryogenically cooled
liquid beams. Liquid jets have found widespread applications, e.g., for soft X-ray generation, X-ray absorption spectroscopy,
photoelectron spectroscopy, and femtosecond X-ray crystallography. In our group we further investigate the great
potential of cryogenically cooled droplet beams to open new avenues into a broad spectrum of scientific endeavors,
developing microscopic liquid jets into unique and powerful tools for fundamental physical measurements in atomic,
plasma, and condensed matter physics.