Below you will find a selection of other collaborative projects involving AttoChem participants:
MSCA – ITN “SMART-X” Study of carrier transport in materials by time-resolved spectroscopy with ultrashort soft X-ray light
SMART-X is a multidisciplinary and intersectoral network aiming at the training of a generation of creative, innovative, well-connected scientists who will work towards unveiling the special physics of future and emerging material platforms, by implementing a research program at the physics/chemistry interface.
For additional information: www.smartx-itn.eu, SMART-X-flierDownload
ERC SyG – “TOMATTO” The ultimate Time scale in Organic Molecular opto-electronics, the ATTOsecond
TOMATTO project aims to capture ultrafast electron dynamics to enhance solar energy conversion efficiency. Consortium is composed by IMDEA Nanociencia hosting Prof. Fernando Martín, Politecnico di Milano hosting Prof. Mauro Nisoli, and Universidad Complutense de Madrid hosting Prof. Nazario Martín.
The project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 951224).
For additional information: https://tomatto.eu/
X-lites Network – Extreme Light in Intensity, Time, and Space (X-lites) collaboration initiative
X-lites network promotes collaboration around the world to make use of new extreme light facilities. The network is bringing together facility users and facility operators to support high-impact science and engineering using extreme light.
AttoChem Action has joined X-lites as a partner member. The Ohio State Institute for Optical Science, leading the X-lites effort, is a Co-Organizer of the Erice Attosecond School along with AttoChem COST Action.
For additional information, please check its website (https://opticalscience.osu.edu/x-lites) or download its shareable flyers (https://opticalscience.osu.edu/news/new-shareable-flyers-x-lites-network).