Nov 9 – 10, 2017
Europe/Budapest timezone

Thursday, 9 November 2017



16:00 János Hebling (University of Pécs): Application possibilities of the THz facilities of ELI-ALPS

16:25 Hans-Jakob Wörner (ETH Zurich): Attosecond dynamics in molecules and liquids: present and future perspectives

16:50 Eric Cormier (ELI-ALPS, University of Bordeaux): Mid-Infrared intense pulses for atomic, molecular and solid state physics

17:15 Robert Moshammer (Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics): Reaction microscopes visualize the dynamics of atoms and molecules

17:40 Martin Aeschlimann (University of Kaiserslautern): Probing ultrafast electron and spin dynamics in momentum, space, and time


Friday, 10 November 2017



9:00 Tino Eidam (Active Fiber Systems): Technology of the ELI-ALPS HR laser - few-cycle laser pulses at ultrahigh average powers

9:25 Bálint Kiss (ELI-ALPS): A mid-infrared laser for ELI-ALPS

9:50 Michael Bauer (University of Kiel): Ultrafast Dynamics in Correlated Materials probed by time-resolved XUV-ARPES

10:15 Paris Tzallas (FORTH, ELI-ALPS): Quantum spectrometer for high-order harmonics generated in crystals using mid-IR driving laser sources

10:40 Coffee Break

11:00 Amelle Zair (Imperial College, London): Synthesised laser field for controlling high order harmonics sources

11: 25 Agapi Emmanouilidou (University College, London): Core hole formation in atoms and molecules driven by free-electron laser radiation

11:50 Boris Bergues (MPQ): Nonlinear optics with 100-eV attosecond pulses

12:15 Ákos Kövér (MTA-ATOMKI): Angular distribution of photoelectrons induced by XUV and laser light

12:40 Hartmut Schröder (MPQ): A quantitative study of ionization in super-intense laser fields

13:05 Closing remarks by Dimitris Charalambidis

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