3rd Annual Workshop – Deadline for abstract submission and speakers list

3rd Annual Workshop – Deadline for abstract submission and speakers list

  • Posted by Grant Holder Manager
  • On 9 May 2022

The abstract submission deadline for the 3rd Annual Workshop of the COST Action Attosecond Chemistry (AttoChem) is May 15 and the registration deadline is May 31.

Please visit the conference website (https://attochem-prague.troja.mff.cuni.cz/index.php) to register, submit abstracts and for more information about the venue and the accommodation.

Additionally, we are happy to announce that the list of speakers has been finalized:

– Cord Arnold,               Lund University (SE)
– 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)
– Manish Garg,               Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (DE)
– 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,    CNR – Institute of Photonics and Nanotechnologies (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)
– Adam Kirrander,            University of Edinburgh (UK)
– 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 (DE)
– Martin Kozák,              Charles University Prague (CZ)
– Alvaro Jimenez Galan,      Max Born Institut Berlin (DE)


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