AttoChem WG3 session within SMUS2020

AttoChem WG3 session within SMUS2020

  • Posted by Grant Holder Manager
  • On 27 July 2020
  • Virtual event, WG3 meeting

The 1st workshop dedicated to ultrafast dynamics in soft matter, SMUS2020, that will take place from August 31st to September 1st form 9:00 to 13:00 European time.

This workshop intends to gather international scientists from complementary disciplines with the aim to achieve a deeper understanding of the electronic and nuclear dynamics occurring at an extremely wide temporal and spatial scale in LCs, and more generally in soft matter from both experimental and theoretical point of view, preparing the ground for future joint research activities and establish new synergies.

The following speakers confirmed their attendance:

  • Prof. Miha Ravnik: University of Ljubljana (SI)
  • Prof. Marco Mazza: Loughborough University (UK)
  • Prof. Herma Kuppen: Radboud University (Nijmegen, NL)
  • Prof. Fernando Martin: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (ES)
  • Prof. Angel Rubio: Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter (Hamburg, DE)
  • Prof. Francesca Calegari: DESY (Hamburg, DE)
  • Prof. Paul Kouwer: Radboud University (Nijmegend, NL)
  • Prof. Steven Johnson: ETH Zürich (CH)
  • Prof. Milutin Kovacev: Leibniz Universität (Hannover, DE)
  • Dr. Hanieh Fattahi: Max Planck Institute for Light (Erlangen, DE)
  • Dr. Christian Ott: Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (Heidelberg, DE)

To register please visit the following link (type your email as log-in name):, deadline for registration is August 28th, 2020. 

The workshop is co-organized by CA18222 COST Action and includes a WG3 session entitled “Towards Attosecond chemistry of Liquid Crystal” intended to open the AttoChem community to a new field of research dedicated to the soft matter materials, widening the current network and multiplying the opportunity for joint research. The Action members participating in the event will provide information on how the Action expertise can be used to model and test the dynamics occurring in those materials.


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