GISE 2018


Plenary Speakers (Confirmed)

Name Last Name Session title Affiliation Country
Fritz Aumayr Highly charged ion interactions with graphene and other 2D materials  Institute for Applied Phyiscs, Vienna University of Technology Austria
Marica Branchesi Gravitational waves and spectroscopy LIGO/Virgo Collaboration - GSSI, L'Aquila, Italy Italy
Antoine Browaeys Quantum Simulations with Rydberg Atoms Institut d'Optique, Paris France
Eric A. Cornell Search for electron EDM JILA/NIST, Boulder-Colorado USA
Nirit Dudovich Characterization of Attosecond Pulses Weizman Institute Israel
Theodor W. Hänsch High-precision Spectroscopy and the Proton Puzzle LMU University of Munich and at the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching Germany
Robert Moshammer Molecular Physics at FLASH Max Planck Institut für Kernphysik Heidelberg Germany
Jelena Vuckovic Quantum Photonics with Defect Centers Stanford University USA
Peter Zoller Quantum Simulations and Quantum Technology Institute for Theoretical Physics, University Innsbruck Austria

Invited Speakers (Preliminary)

Name Last Name Session title Affiliation Country
Manuel Alcami Theory of Highly Charged Fullerenes Chemistry Dept., UAM, Madrid Spain
Lars Andersen Photophysics of Bio-Chromophores Dept. Physics, Aarhus University Denmark
Lorenzo Avaldi Basics mechanisms of energy absorption and redistribution in molecules of biological interest studied by synchrotron radiation CNR - ISM, Roma Italy
Victor Balykin Plasmonic planar nanooptics and its applications Institute of Spectroscopy RAS, Moscow Russia
Dieter Bauer Strong-field Ionization Institute for Physics, University Rostock Germany
Marco Bellini Single Photon Entanglement INO-CNR, Firenze Italy
Valerie Blanchet Ultrafast Probing of Molecular Chirality Celia Bordeaux France
Konstantin Bliokh Electron waves carrying orbital angular momentum Australian National Univeristy, Canberra Australia
Dmitry Budker Magnetometry and Fundamental Physics Uni-Mainz Germany
Iacopo Carusotto Quantum Fluids of Light Univ Trento, INO CNR BEC Italy
Laura Cattaneo Molecular Attosecond Physics Dept. Physics, ETH Zürich Switzerland
Patrick Cheinet Towards optical manipulation of Ytterbium Rydberg atoms: a study of auto-ionization rates Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, CNRS, University Paris-Sud, ENS Paris-Saclay France
Rebeca De Nalda Quantum Control of Chemical Processes Institute for Chemical Physics, CSIC, Madrid Spain
Stefan Donsa Build-up of Fano resonances in the time domain Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) Austria
Danielle Dowek Molecular frame photoemission Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d’Orsay (CNRS-Paris-Saclay) France
Stefan Eriksson Observation of the 1S–2P Lyman-α transition in antihydrogen Swansea University UK
Shirin Faraji Dynamics of Excited States in Biological Systems University of Groningen The Netherlands
Francesca Ferlaino Dipolar Quantum Liquids University Innsbruck Austria
Mathieu Gisselbrecht Time-frequency representation of autoionization wavepackets CNRS Researcher on secondment
Division of Synchrotron Radiation Research
Eleftherios Goulielmakis Optical Attosecond Pulses MPQ, Garching, Germany Germany
Jürgen Hauer Multi-dimensional Spectroscopy Dept. Chemistry, TU Munich Germany
Till Jahnke Molecular Movies made with Synchrotrons Institut für Kernphysik, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Germany
Selim Jochim Quantum Simulations with Cold Atoms Uni-Heidelberg Germany
Michael Koehl Quantum Gas Microscope University of Bonn Germany
Juergen Koehler Photophysics of molecular aggregates Uni Bayreuth Germany
Nicolai Kolachevsky Inner-shell clock transition in atomic thulium with small BBR shift Lebedev Institute, Moscow and MPQ, Garching Russia
Andrey Kolovsky Synthetic Fields and Gauge Potentials Kirensky Institute of Physics, Krasnoyarsk Russia
Michael Krueger Strong-field physics at nanotips Weizmann Institute of Science, Attosecond Science Group Israel
Fabian Lackner Two-particle Reduced Density Matrices Institute for Theoretical Physics, Vienna University of Technology Austria
Eva Lindroth Theory of Photoemission Time Delays Dept. Physics, Stockholm University Sweden
Yuri Litvinov Combining atomic and nuclear physics in ion storage rings GSI Darmstadt Germany
Lara Martínez-Fernandez UV induced processes in DNA: from ultrafast dynamics to ionization Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Spain
Edvardas Narevicius Quantum State Controlled Ultracold Chemistry Weizmann Institute of Science Israel
Wilfried Nörtershäuser
Laser spectroscopy of H-like and Li-like bismuth ions TU Darmstadt
Vitaliy D.
Precision spectroscopy of ultracold Rydberg atoms Professor, Voronezh State University, Russia Russia
Krysztof Pachucki Precision QED Calculations Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw Poland
Alicia Palacios Attosecond coupled electron and nuclear dynamics in dissociative ionization of molecular hydrogen Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Spain
Enrico Perfetto First-principles nonequilibrium Green’s function approach for electron dynamics in light-driven molecular systems CNR-ISM, Rome Italy
Maria Novella Piancastelli Hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and dynamics of atoms and molecules Uppsala University Sweden
Ernst Rasel Atom-Chip Fountain Gravimeter Un. Hannover Germany
Evelyne Roueff Astrophysics in the laboratory LERMA – Paris Observatory France
Krzysztof Sacha Time crystals Jagiellonian Univ., Krakow Poland
Maria Sanz Conformational Studies of Bio-Molecules King's College London UK
Ben Sauer Laser cooling molecules and the electron EDM Imperial College London UK
Henning Schmidt Lifetimes of Negative Ions Dept. Physics, Stockholm University Sweden
Florian Schreck Feshbach resonances between alkali and closed-shell atoms University of Amsterdam The Netherlands
Fabio Sciarrino Quantum Simulations with Bosons Sapienza, Roma Italy
Valeri G. Serbo Interaction of twisted or vortex photons and electrons with matter Novosibirsk State University,Sobolev Institute of Mathematics Russia
Roberta Sessoli Magnetic Molecules Università degli studi Firenze Italy
Alice Sinatra Atomic Squeezing ENS, Paris France
Costanza Toninelli Integrated Single Photon Sources Università degli studi Firenze Italy
Katalin Varju  Instruments and Science at ELI-ALPS ELI Hungary