Free Electron Lasers and Attosecond Light Sources: portals to ultrafast dynamics in AMO systems
Conference at University College London, June 30th - July 2nd 2014
Ultra-Short and Intense Laser pulses offer the means to observe, control and probe multi-electron effects during ionization and break-up of strongly-driven atoms and molecules. Moreover, Free Electron Laser facilities is a route to delivering XUV and X-ray pulses with intensities orders of magnitude larger than those provided by conventional synchrotron radiation sources.
Ultra-fast and intense X-ray pulses open-up new horizons for probing and controlling the attosecond motion of inner-shell electrons in multi-photon multi-ionization processes.
This conference aims to bring together theorists from the FEL and Attosecond-Strong Field Science communities to discuss and present recent advances in theoretical techniques developed to tackle multi-electron effects in ionization of atoms and molecules.
Another goal of this meeting is to draw together theorists and experimentalists in order to identify the most interesting challenges that both communities will face in the future.
To register for the AttoFEL 2014 conference
- Fill in the registration form (Word)
Prepare a one page abstract (images and references included) with the author list and the affiliations placed at the top of the page
- A number of submitted abstracts will be chosen for oral presentations
- Submit all forms by e-mail to Dr. Agapi Emmanouilidou at firstname.lastname@example.org with the heading "abstract & registration Atto-FEL 2014"
- Upon arrival at the UCL conference cite a registration fee of 130 pounds will be due in cash
Note that the Registration deadline is March 3nd 2014.
There are two main options for accommodation:
- staying in a local hotel or
- staying in a student hall
Note that the student halls closer to UCL are the Carr-Saunders hall, the Passfield Hall and, a bit further away, the Rosebery Hall.
Please book your accommodation early since summer is a very busy time in London.
|Preliminary List of Invited Speakers|
|Paul Corkum||National Research Council Ottawa, Canada|
|Jan Michael Rost||Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems, Germany|
|Linda Reichl||University of Texas at Austin, USA|
|Robin Santra||CFEL at DESY, Germany|
|Michael Meyer||European XFEL, Germany|
|Nora Berrah||University of Connecticut, USA|
|Andreas Becker||JILA, Colorado University Boulder and NIST, USA|
|Maciej Lewenstein||ICFO, Spain|
|Nina Rohringer||CFEL and MPI for Complex Systems, Germany|
||Imperial College London, UK|
|Anthony Starace||The University of Nebraska, USA|
|Hugo van der Hart||Queen's University Belfast, UK|
|Nirit Dudovich||Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel|
|Uwe Thumm||Kansas State University, USA|
|Reinhard Doerner||Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany|
|Lars Bojer Madsen||Aarhus University, Denmark|
|Alejandro Saenz||Humboldt University Berlin, Germany|
||Max Born Institute Berlin, Germany|
|Misha Ivanov||Max Born Institute Berlin, Germany|
||National Research Council Ottawa, Canada|
|Salieres Pascal||CEA-Saclay, France|
|Richard Taieb||University of Pierre and Marie Curie, France|
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