International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena (UP)



International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena (UP)

07 - 11 julho 2014
Okinawa Convention Center, Ginowan City, Okinawa, Japan

The 2014 Ultrafast Phenomena Conference will be the nineteenth in a series on advances in research on ultrafast science and technology. This meeting is widely recognized as the main international forum for the discussion of progress in this rapidly moving field.

The conference will bring together a multidisciplinary group of scientists and engineers sharing a common interest in the generation of ultrashort pulses in the picosecond, femtosecond, and attosecond regimes and their use for studies of ultrafast phenomena in physics, chemistry, materials science, biology, electronics, engineering, and medicine. In addition, submissions involving real world applications of ultrafast technology are encouraged. A tabletop exhibit featuring leading companies will be held in conjunction with the meeting.

Topic Categories

1. Pulse generation and measurement
2. Physics
3. Materials science
4. Chemistry
5. Biology
6. Electronics & optoelectronics
7. Applications

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For information about the local arrangements, including registration, housing, exhibits and sponsorships visit the UP local organizer's website.




Sergiu Amarie, Neaspec GmbH, Germany, Infrared Pump-Probe Imaging and Spectroscopy with 10nm Resolution, Invited

Philip Bucksbaum, Stanford University, United States, Femtosecond Time-Resolved X-ray-Induced Isomerization, Invited

Giulio Cerullo, Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Ultrabroadband Two-dimensional Spectroscopy by a Birefringent Delay Line , Invited

Jesse Clark, Stanford PULSE Institute, United States, Imaging Lattice Dynamics in Individual Nanocrystals, Invited

Leticia González, Universitat Wien, Austria, Ultrafast Intersystem Crossing in SO2 and Nucleobases, Invited

Frank Hegmann, University of Alberta, Canada, Terahertz STM for Imaging Ultrafast Nanoscale Dynamics , Invited

Matthias Hohenleutner, Universität Regensburg, Germany, Phase-locked Multi-THz High-Harmonic Generation by Dynamical Bloch Oscillations in Bulk Semiconductors, Invited

Katsumi Midorikawa, RIKEN, Japan, Probing Ultrafast Molecular Dynamics with Intense Attosecond Pulses, Invited

Thomas Pfeifer, Max-Planck-Institut fur Kernphysik, Germany, Ultrafast Laser Control of Absorption and Emission via the Fano Phase, Invited

Ryo Shimano, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Higgs Mode and Terahertz Nonlinear Optics in Superconductors, Invited

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OSA - The Optical Society



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