september, 2022

19sepAll Day213rd Annual Workshop of CA18222 COST ActionIN-PERSON MEETING | FREE REGISTRATION

Event Details

The AttoChem network coordinates experimental and theoretical efforts to exploit the large potential of attosecond techniques in chemistry, with the aim of designing new strategies for the control of charge migration in molecules by directly acting on the attosecond time scale.

Currently the conference is planned as an in-person meeting.

The workshop is intended to provide an overview of the field and perspectives, and all European groups working in nearby research areas are welcome to participate.

The list of hitherto confirmed speakers is:

Petr Slavíček University of Chemistry and Technology Prague (CZ)
Juraj Fedor Czech Academy of Sciences (CZ)
Marc Vrakking Max Born Institut Berlin (DE)
Oriol Vendrell University of Heidelberg (DE)
Caterina Vozzi Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (IT)
Mauro Nisoli Polytechnic University of Milan (IT)
Valer Tosa INCDTIM Cluj (RO)
Pavel Jungwirth Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry (CZ)
Serguei Patchkovskii Max Born Institut Berlin (DE)
Thomas Weinacht Stony Brook University (USA)
Xinhua Xie Paul Scherrer Institute (CH)
Rocio Borrego-Varillas Polytechnic University of Milan (IT)
Markus Kowalewski Stockholm University (SE)
James Cryan LCLS (USA)
Nikolay Golubev EPFL (CH)
Petr Klán Masaryk University (CZ)
David Busto Freiburg University (DE)
Andrea Trabattoni DESY/CFEL (DE)
Reinhard Kienberger Technical University Munich (DE)
Gilbert Grell Autonomous University of Madrid (ES)
Sonia Marggi Complutense University of Madrid (ES)
Lou Barreau Université Paris-Saclay (FR)
Tatiana Marchenko CNRS (FR)
Attila Toth ELI, Szeged (HU)
Mátyás Pápai Wigner Research Centre for Physics (HU)
Miroslav Kloz ELI, Prague (CZ)
Kristina Chang NIST (USA)
Annika Bande Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin

Registration for the workshop is free of charge and open until June 17, 2022. More detailed information is available at the conference website (


Institute of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University

Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences


Dr. Tomáš Slanina | Dr. Zdeněk Mašín

reamed online.



september 19 (Monday) - 21 (Wednesday)

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