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International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena

18 July 2022 – 22 July 2022

Hotel Bonaventure Montreal, Montreal Quebec Canada

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28 May 2022

This Optica Event is presented in a hybrid meeting format to accommodate both in-person and virtual (online) participation.

The Ultrafast Phenomena Conferences are held every two years and are widely recognized as the premier and main international forum for gathering the community of scientists and engineers working in research and technology related to ultrafast phenomena.

The conference allows for a unique opportunity to bring together atomic, molecular and condensed matter physicists, physical chemists, biophysicists and scientists developing new tools, methodologies and techniques, all working on the science of ultrafast phenomena. These phenomena cover the time scales ranging from picoseconds (1 ps = 10-12 s) to hundreds of attoseconds (1 as = 10-18 s).

In the past ten years, the field of ultrafast phenomena has moved ahead in a breathtaking fashion, thanks in part, to the development of new laser-based as well as accelerator-based sources of ultrashort pulses of electrons and light, such as high harmonic generation, few-cycle optical pulses, sources of short wavelength radiation such as x-ray free electron lasers. The spectral range of ultrashort pulses of radiation has been extended to the long wavelength range such as Terahertz radiation, and the short wavelength range such as vacuum ultraviolet and the soft and hard X-ray domains. Together with the development of new methodologies, e.g. multidimensional spectroscopies, THz spectroscopy, electron-based techniques (EELS, PINEM, UED, etc.) and x-ray based techniques such as serial femtosecond coherent diffractive imaging, these great leaps forward are delivering an impressive degree of insight into phenomena both within atoms and between atoms and up in scale to macromolecular systems.

Chairs

François Légaré

INRS-Energie Mat & Tele Site Varennes, Canada
Chair

Tahei Tahara

RIKEN, Japan
Chair

Jens Biegert

ICFO -Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques, Spain
Program Chair

Tobias Brixner

Universität Würzburg, Germany
Program Chair

Nirit Dudovich

Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Program Chair