Welcome to Hassan Research Group!
"Seeing Is Believing"
The aim of our research is to see the invisible in 4D. We are developing ultrahigh temporal resolution electron microscopy in order to record movies of molecular and atomic dynamics. Moreover, we are working on generating isolated attosecond electron pulses to attain attosecond temporal resolution in electron microscopy, or "Attomicroscopy", with the ultimate goal of imaging the electron motion in action.
We invite you to explore our website for more details. We are hiring!!! Please check the open positions here.
- Attomicroscopy in the news
- UA press release about our W. M. research grant.
- We have two open postdoc positions (apply)
- Prof. Hassan received M. W. Keck research grant 2019 for Science and Engineering
- Welcome Dr. István Márton to the Attomicroscopy group.
- New Postdoc Research Scholar position is available in our group (Apply)
- A warm welcome to Dr. Dandan Hui, who is joining us from Argonne National Lab as a postdoctoral researcher.
- Prof. Hassan is featured in the U of A news: "Developing an Attosecond Snapshot" (Jan 2019)
- Prof. Hassan has received a Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation grant to develop
Attomicroscopy electron diffraction for imaging the electron motion in action.
- Prof. Mohammed Hassan awarded the Air Force's Young Investigator Award (YIP 2019).
- Welcome I. Marsh and I. Shalaby to our research family (Interested in joining us? Here). (Mar 2018)
- Prof. Mohammed Hassan joined the College of Optical Sciences as an Assistant Professor of Optical Science. (2017)