Stockholm, Sweden (photos: Alexander Dokukin, Ulf Hinds, Jeppe Wikström)
A few pictures taken by Ville Kotimäki on Sep 8-9 can be found here.
Several presentations given in the program are now available in PDF here. Please send your talks to Esa, firstname.lastname@example.org. The files will be removed from the website at the end of September.
We are happy to have 59 participants in the program and we cordially welcome everyone to Stockholm!
For your arrival, please find here some important links and documents:
The aim of this Nordita program is to study quantum control and dynamics of few-particle systems in an active collaborative effort between experimentalists and theorists, as well as between recognized senior researchers and young investigators. The activity is motivated by recent advances in the physics of ultrafast phenomena in the femto- and attosecond time scale -- a regime within reach of novel light sources. New insights into fundamental many-body physics are expected when ultrafast atomic and solid-state processes can be monitored in real time.
The topics of the program include, e.g., new light sources such as free-electron lasers and their capabilities, theory and computation of few-particle dynamics, quantum optimal control theory, and interaction of atoms, molecules, and clusters with ultrashort and intense XUV and X-ray pulses. The format of the program supports new collaborative innovations in these fields.
The program will consist of a kick-off meeting, working period, and conference as follows:
|Aug. 22 – Aug. 25||Kick-off meeting||Keynote talks on the status of the field with a particular emphasis on experiments
[Program in PDF]
|Aug. 26 – Sep. 9||Workshop||Working in groups, discussions, informal talks, new collaborations. See "Timetable" on the left for a detailed schedule.|
|Sep. 12 – Sep. 16||Focus week||International conference summarizing the efforts of the Nordita program. NOTE: Organized in combination with the WG1 workshop of the COST Action CM0702, Chemistry with Ultrashort Pulses and Free-Electron Lasers: Looking for Control Strategies Through "Exact" Computations (CUSPFEL) [Program in PDF]|
Registration for the program has been closed.