Invited speakers and Program

Confirmed Lecturers

  • Philip Bucksbaum – Stanford University (USA)
    X-ray science
  • Zenghu ChangUniversity of Central Florida (USA)
    High-energy lasers for attosecond generation
  • Reinhard Dörner – Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
    Time delays in molecular photoionization: from atto to zeptoseconds
  • Nirit Dudovich – Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)
    High-order harmonic spectroscopy; in-situ attosecond techniques
  • Tony Heinz – Stanford (USA)
    HHG in solids and high-harmonic spectroscopy of quantum materials
  • Anne L’Huillier – Lund University (Sweden)
    Fundamentals of attosecond science
  • Matteo Lucchini – Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
    Attosecond spectroscopy in solids
  • Yann Mairesse – CELIA, Bordeaux (France)
    Chirality in Ultrafast Science
  • Agostino Marinelli – Stanford University (USA)
    Attosecond generation using XFELs
  • Fernando Martín – Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain)
    Molecular physics with attosecond pulses

Program

March 21, 2022

4:30 PM CET Anne L’Huillier – Lund University (Sweden)
Fundamentals of attosecond science
6:00 PM CET Fernando Martín – Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain)
Molecular physics with attosecond pulses

 March 22, 2022

4:30 PM CET Nirit Dudovich – Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel)
High-order harmonic spectroscopy; in-situ attosecond techniques
6:00 PM CET Yann Mairesse – CELIA, Bordeaux (France)
Chirality in Ultrafast Science

 March 23, 2022

4:30 PM CET Zenghu Chang – University of Central Florida (USA)
High-energy lasers for attosecond generation
6:00 PM CET Reinhard Dörner – Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main (Germany)
Time delays in molecular photoionization: from atto to zeptoseconds

 March 24, 2022

4:30 PM CET Matteo Lucchini – Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
Attosecond spectroscopy in solids
6:00 PM CET Tony Heinz – Stanford (USA)
HHG in solids and high-harmonic spectroscopy of quantum material

 March 25, 2022

4:30 PM CET Agostino Marinelli – Stanford University (USA)
Attosecond generation using XFELs
6:00 PM CET Philip Bucksbaum – Stanford University (USA)
X-ray science

 

 


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