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Schlich FF, Zalden P, Lindenberg AM, Spolenak R.  2015.  Color Switching with Enhanced Optical Contrast in Ultrathin Phase-Change Materials and Semiconductors Induced by Femtosecond Laser Pulses. ACS Photonics.
Mannebach EM, Li R, Duerloo K-A, Nyby C, Zalden P, Vecchione T, Ernst F, Reid AHume, Chase T, Shen X et al..  2015.  Dynamic structural response and deformations of monolayer MoS2 visualized by femtosecond electron diffraction. Nano letters. 15:6889–6895.
Zalden P, von Hoegen A, Landreman P, Wuttig M, Lindenberg AM.  2015.  How supercooled liquid phase-change materials crystallize: Snapshots after femtosecond optical excitation. Chemistry of Materials. 27:5641–5646.
Zalden P, Shu MJ, Chen F, Zhu Y, Wen H, Johnston S, Shen Z-X, Landreman P, Brongersma M, Fong SW et al..  2016.  Picosecond electric field induced threshold switching in phase-change materials. arXiv preprint arXiv:1602.01885.
Michel A-KU, Zalden P, Chigrin DN, Wuttig M, Lindenberg AM, Taubner T.  2014.  Reversible optical switching of infrared antenna resonances with ultrathin phase-change layers using femtosecond laser pulses. ACS Photonics. 1:833–839.
Michel A-KU, Zalden P, Chigrin DN, Wuttig M, Lindenberg AM, Taubner T.  2014.  Reversible optical switching of infrared antenna resonances with ultrathin phase-change layers using femtosecond laser pulses. ACS Photonics.
Jiang M, Bray C, Clark J, Henighan T, Kozina M, Lindenberg A, Trigo M, Zalden P, Reis D, Chollet M et al..  2015.  Ultrafast investigation of photo-excited carrier-lattice dynamics in PbTe using Fourier-transform inelastic X-ray scattering. Bulletin of the American Physical Society. 60
Chen F, Goodfellow J, Liu S, Grinberg I, Hoffmann MC, Damodaran AR, Zhu Y, Zalden P, Zhang X, Takeuchi I et al..  2015.  Ultra-fast Terahertz Gating of the Polarization and Giant Nonlinear Optical Response in BiFeO3 Thin Films. Advanced Materials.