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Preliminary programme

Keynote talk: 45 min + 10 min discussions; Invited talk: 30 min + 5 min discussions; Oral contribution: 15 min + 5 min discussions

Oral presentations

An overhead projector connected to a notebook for common use will be available for the oral presentations. For a smooth and quick transition from one talk to the next, we recommend the use of that computer (equipped with Microsoft Windows 7, MS Office 2010, Libre Office 4.4) . Speakers are encouraged to use Power Point 2010 or compatible presentation. ODP or properly formatted PDF files are also acceptable.

We kindly ask you to upload the file of your talk to the common computer, and test it as early as possible. For data transfer USB port or CD drive is available.

If unavoidable to use the speaker his/her own computer for the presentation please take care of the needed converter (mostly for Macintosh computers) to the VGA or HDMI port of the projector.

Poster presentations

The available area to put posters on is 120 cm (width) × 130 cm (height), sheets can be fastened only by pins provided on the spot.

The posters should be mounted onto the boards in the morning or during the breaks.

March 24 (Tuesday)

8.30 - 9.00Opening
I. Attosecond photoionization
9.00 - 9.55Joachim Burgdörfer: Attosecond physics: opportunities and challenges – Keynote talk
9.55-10.30Reinhard Kienberger: Attosecond electron dynamics on surfaces and layered systems – Invited talk
10.50-11.25Károly Osvay: Few cycle, phase controlled laser sources with TW – PW peak power for the ELI Attosecond Facility – Invited talk
11.25-11.45Attila Czirják: Optical tunneling and quantum entanglement
11.45-12.05 Gábor Halász: Attosecond electronic and nuclear quantum photodynamics of the ozone molecule: Probing time-dependent electron density
12.05-12.25Ladislau Nagy: Spatial interference effects in the ionization of noble gas atoms by few-cycle EUV laser pulses
II. Attosecond photoionization and Free Electron Lasers
14.00-14.55Kiyoshi Ueda: XFEL-induced ultrafast electron and molecular dynamics – Keynote talk
14.55-15.30Claudio Cirelli: Attosecond Ionization Dynamics – Invited talk
15.50-16.25Carlo Callegari: Recent results from the Low Density Matter beamline at the FERMI Free Electron Laser – Invited talk
16.25-16.45Paris Tzallas: Tracing atomic and molecular dynamics at the 1-femtosecond scale through XUV pump-probe spectroscopy
16.45-17.05Zoltán Tibai: Investigation of Novel Carrier-Envelope-Phase Stable Linearly and Circularly Polarized Attosecond Pulse Sources
17.05-18.05POSTER SESSION I.
19.00Welcome Reception (Buffet Dinner)

March 25 (Wednesday)

III. Hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
8.30-9.25Charles S. Fadley: Hard X-Ray Photoemission: Some Recent Applications and Future Opportunities – Keynote talk
9.25-10.00Wolfgang Drube: Probing electronic and chemical properties of functional materials by hard X-ray excited photoemission (HAXPES) – Invited talk
10.00-10.20Miron Ya. Amusia: Influence of the inner shell electrons on photoionization of outer shells
10.40-11.15Takashi Fujikawa: Theory of pump-probe ultrafast photoemission and X-ray absorption spectra – Invited talk
11.15-11.50Alexander Jablonski: Quantification of Photoemission by the Laboratory Hard X-Ray Radiation Sources – Invited talk
IV. Time and angle resolved photoemission spectroscopy
13.30-14.05Péter Dombi: Ultrafast photoemission from plasmonic nanoparticles – Invited talk
14.05-14.40Sándor Ricz: Asymmetric photoelectron emission relative to the photon beam direction – Invited talk
V. Coherence in atomic and molecular collisions
14.40-15.15Michael Schulz: Fully Differential Cross Sections for Ionization of H2 by Proton Impact – Invited talk
15.15-15.35Sándor T. S. Kovács: Ionization of N2 molecules by 1-MeV H+ projectile: Search for interference effects in the electron spectra
15.35-15.55Sándor Varró: Laser-assisted electron scattering on a nano-sphere
VI. Laser induced particle acceleration
16.15-16.50Csaba Tóth: BELLA, the 1 Hz, 1 PW Laser and the Multi-GeV Laser Plasma Electron Acceleration Experiments – Invited talk
16.50-17.25Victor Malka: Intense Electric Field Control for High Quality Electron and X rays Beams – Invited talk
17.25-17.45R. W. Tucker: The Classical and Quantum Dynamics of Electromagnetic Laser Pulses and their interaction with Charged Particles

March 26 (Thursday)

VII. Electron correlation in photon and ion induced processes
8.30-9.05Norbert Kroó: Bright new world – Invited talk
9.05-9.40Juana L. Gervasoni: Photoemission spectroscopy of planar and nanostructured surfaces – Invited talk
9.40-10.00Márk Aladi: Noble Gas Clusters and Nanoplasmas in High Harmonic Generation
10.20-10.55Raúl O. Barrachina: Vortices in ionization collisions – Invited talk
10.55-11.30Pascal Lablanquie: Single photon multiple ionization of atoms and molecules studied with a magnetic bottle spectrometer Invited talk
11.30-11.50Imre Ferenc Barna: Laser assisted proton collision on light nuclei at moderate energies
11.50-12.10Emmanouil P. Benis: Formation mechanisms of the 1s2s2p 4PJ metastable state in 12 MeV C4+ (1s2 1S, 1s2s 3S) collisions with H2, He, Ne and Ar
12.10-12.30Igor V. Smetanin: Role of Coherent Resonant Nonlinear Processes in the Ultrashort KrF Laser Pulse Propagation and Filamentation in Air
12.30-13.00Closing remarks

17.05-18.05 March 24 (Tuesday)

Attila Tóth: Towards a complete dynamical description of D2+ in strong laser fields
Gellért Zsolt Kiss: Investigation of the H2+ molecule by strong, ultrashort laser pulses
Emeric Balogh: Bright attosecond pulse generation under transient phase-matching in two-colour high-order harmonic generation
Konstantin Zhukovsky: High harmonic generation in the undulators for free electron lasers
Balázs Farkas: HHG beamline at the University of Szeged
Sándor Egri: Analysis of KLL Auger spectra excited by X-rays from Ni and Cu metals
Péter Badankó: The impact of light-induced conical intersection on the photodissociation dynamics of the D2+ molecule
Levente Ábrók: ESA-22D photoelectron spectrometer-Exploring photon-atom interactions
Károly Tőkési: Semiclassical model for strong-field ionization with quantum interference and multielectron polarization effects

17.45-18.45 March 25 (Wednesday)

Béla Paripás: An (e,2e) coincidence study on the coherence of autoionizing states of He
Szabolcs Hack: Interaction of relativistic electrons with an intense laser pulse: High-order harmonic generation based on Thomson scattering
Zsolt Lécz: Proton acceleration using ultrashort laser pulses
Mihály András Pocsai: Electron Acceleration by a Chirped Laser Pulse in Underdense Plasmas
Anastasios Dimitriou: Voltage optimization of a 4-element injection lens on a hemispherical spectrograph with virtual entry aperture
Omer Sise: Transit time spreads in biased paracentric hemispherical deflection analyzers
László Sarkadi: A quantum mechanical Wannier threshold theory for the description of the two-electron cusp in the ion-induced double ionization of atoms
Zoltán Juhász: Anion emission from water molecules colliding with positive ions
Péter Mati: Infrared multiphoton resummation in Quantum Electrodynamics
TAMOP-4.1.1.C-12/1/KONV-2012-0005 project