November 9, 2017
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ELI-ALPS Grand Scientific Opening is organized on the occasion of the successful installation of the mid-infrared laser and the THz spectroscopy pulsed source. 


Date of the event: 14:00, 9 November 2017

Venue of the event: ELI-ALPS, 5 Budapesti út, Szeged, 6728 Hungary




Lóránt Lehrner (Managing Director, ELI-ALPS)

The first laser shot – Live from the MIR room – Dr. Károly Osvay (Research Technology Director, ELI-ALPS)

Dr. Zsolt Fülöp (Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary for the coordination of the ELI consortium, National Research, Development and Innovation Office)

Prof. Gábor Szabó (Rector, University of Szeged)

Prof. Bert Sakmann (Inaugural Scientific Director, Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience)

Florian Gliksohn  (Associate Director - Integrated Organisational Development, ELI-DC AISBL)

Prof. Sandro De Silvestri (Chair of Scientific Advisory Committee, ELI-ALPS)

Prof. Dimitris Charalambidis (Chief Scientific Advisor, ELI-ALPS): ”Science & ELI-ALPS”

Dr. Károly Osvay (Research Technology Director, ELI-ALPS): ”The ELI-ALPS roadmap towards the attosecond user facility”

Moderator: Dr. Katalin Varjú (Head of Attosecond Sources Division, ELI-ALPS)






Prof. János Hebling (University of Pécs): ”Application possibilities of the THz facilities of ELI-ALPS”

Prof. Hans-Jakob Wörner (ETH Zurich): ”Attosecond dynamics in molecules and liquids: present and future perspectives”

Prof. Eric Cormier (ELI-ALPS, University of Bordeaux): ”Mid-Infrared intense pulses for atomic, molecular and solid state physics”

Dr. Robert Moshammer (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics): ”Reaction microscopes visualize the dynamics of atoms and molecules”

Prof. Martin Aeschlimann (University of Kaiserslautern): ”Probing ultrafast electron and spin dynamics in momentum, space, and time”

Brain - Conference hall
Budapesti út 5., Szeged, Hungary