AttoChem netowrking activities comprise Work Group meetings, Action Workshops/Conferences, Training Schools and Short Term Scientific Missions (STSMs). Dissemination activities are realted with the Action website, newsletter, ITC-Conference Grants (ITC-CG), multimedia material and others embeded within the previously mentioned ones.
If you are interested in any of the activities already held, or planned, you can find more information below. Also, you can follow the respective links to get Information on how to obtain funding to visit one of the AttoChem research Groups (STSM) or to disseminate your scientific results in an international conference (ITC-CG).
The list below shows AttoChem meetings, workshops and schools, including denomination, dates, location, local organiser (LO) details, direct links to related documents and other useful information.

All these activities have been funded by COST. COST is supported by the EU Framework Programme H2020.

Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM)

The following STSMs have been approved to receive support from the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union, through COST Action CA18222 funds (for a wider description, follow the links below or take a look to the News section ‘STSM results’).

  • Theoretical assignment of the electronic spectra of aqueous uracil and state specific analysis of solvation effects
    Mr Branislav Milovanović, from University of Belgrade, Belgrade (RS) to Institute Rudjer Bošković (HR)
    Download scientific report here
  • Charge migration encoded in quantumpath interferometry of molecular system
    Ms Leena Abusin, from King’s College London (UK) to Sorbonne University Pierre and Marie Curie Campus (FR)
    Download scientific report here

Whorkshops/Conferences

Meetings

  • 2nd MC meeting of CA18222 COST Action
    Dates:
    June 23, 2020
    Location: Virtual meeting
    Organiser: Fernando Martín (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, ES)
  • Core Group Meeting of CA18222 COST Action
    Dates:
    May 25, 2020
    Location: Virtual meeting
    Organiser: Fernando Martín (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, ES)
 

Dissemination activities

Besides the ones listed below, the Action has planned to prepare lab tour videos, webinars and a virtual dashboard including  information from all participating groups. Volunteers are welcomed for all the activities! If interested, pleas, get in contact with attochem.scm@uam.es.

  • Action Newsletters
    Periodical newsletters will keep all the members of the Action informed on hot topics such as new publications, STSMs, conferences and workshops.
    Website: https://attochem.qui.uam.es/?docs=attochem-newsletter
    Editor: Aurora Ponzi (Ruder Boskovic Institute, HR)
  • Special Issue in Computer Physics Communications (CPC) on Attosecond-Science Programs
    Directed to: Computer codes developed within the AttoChem COST Action (2019 – 2023) produced according to the CPC requirements.
    Dates: Collection planned by Fall 2022, publication by Fall 2023.
    Prospective Guest Editors: Jimena Gorfinkiel, Luca Argenti and Fernando Martin (attochem@uam.es)

Short Term Scientific Missions (STSM)

STSM applications for missions taking place up to October 31st can be submitted up to October 15, 2021. For missions starting from November 1st, applications will not be possible until the third Action Grant Period has been activated by COST. More info here.

The following STSMs have already been approved to receive support from the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union, through COST Action CA18222 funds (for a wider description, follow the links below or take a look to the News section ‘STSM results’).

  • Development of Artificial Intelligence-based Approaches for Ultrafast X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy in Large Molecules
    Dr. Solène Oberli, from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Lausanne) (CH) to Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES)
    Dates: From 2021-03-26 – to 2021-05-26
    Download scientific report here
  • Probing ultra-fast coherent dynamics in core-excited and Rydberg states with relativistic attosecond transient absorption
    Dr. Felipe Zapata, from Lund University (SE) to Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES)
    Dates: From 2021-05-03 – to 2021-06-18
    Download scientific report here
  • Enabling photoelectron spectroscopy experiments of gas-phase biomolecular ions in a new crossed-beam apparatus at the PLEAIDES beamline of the SOLEIL synchrotron
    Dr. Lucas Schwob, from Hamburg (DE) to SOLEIL Synchrotron (FR)
    Dates: From 2021-06-23 – to 2021-07-05
    Download scientific report here
  • Time-resolved Auger electron spectroscopy (TR-AES)
    Dr. Bruno Tenorio, fDanmarks Tekniske Universitet (DK) to Università degli Studi di Trieste (IT)
    Dates: From 2021-07-11 – to 2021-08-09
    Download scientific report here

Whorkshops/Conferences

Meetings

Training Schools

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