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16 November 2020 – 20 November 2020 OSA Virtual Event - Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London (UTC + 00:00)
Compact (EUV and X-Ray) Light Sources
High-intensity Lasers and High-field Phenomena
Mid-infrared Coherent Sources

Compact (EUV and X-Ray) Light Sources

  • Anne L'Huillier, Lunds UniversitetSweden
    From Extreme Nonlinear Optics to Ultrafast Atomic and Molecular Physics Keynote
  • Felicie Albert, University of Central Florida
    X-ray Sources from Self-modulated Laser Wakefield Acceleration: Applications in High Energy Density Sciences
  • Christelle Bruni, UNIVERSITE PARIS-SUDFrance
    ThomX, a Compact X Ray Source
  • Sergei Bulanov, ELI Beamlines - Intl Laser Research CtrCzech Republic
    High Power Gamma Flare Generation in Multi-petawatt Laser-matter Interaction
  • Thomas Gregorich, Carl Zeiss Inc North AmericaUnited States
    The Evolution of Moore’s Law and Opportunities for the Use of X-ray Systems to Analyze Advanced Semiconductor Packages
  • Alex Halavanau , Max-Planck Inst für GravitationsphysikGermany
    Design and characteristics of the X-ray Laser Oscillator
  • Dino Jaroszynski, University of StrathclydeUnited Kingdom
    Compact Femtosecond X-ray Sources Based on the Laser Wakefield Accelerator
  • James Rosenzweig, University of California Los AngelesUnited States
    Towards an Ultra-Compact X-ray FEL
  • Emma Springate, STFC Rutherford Appleton LaboratoryUnited Kingdom
    HHG Sources for Time-resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  • Przemyslaw Wachulak, Military University of TechnologyPoland
    Generation and Selected Applications of the EUV and SXR Radiation, Emitted from Compact Laser-plasma Sources
  • Alexander Zholents, Argonne National LaboratoryUnited States
    A Compact High Repetition Rate Free-Electron Laser Based on the Advanced Wakefield Accelerator Technology

High-intensity Lasers and High-field Phenomena

  • Brian Spears, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUnited States
    Deep Learning for Laser-driven Science: an Introduction for Practitioners Tutorial
  • James Cryan, SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryUnited States
    Attosecond and Nonlinear Science with X-ray Free Electron Lasers
  • Dustin Froula, Laboratory for Laser EnergeticsUnited States
    Progress in Flying Focus for Plasma Based Applications
  • Federico Furch, Max Born InstituteGermany
    High Repetition Rate OPCPA Driving an Attosecond Pump-probe Beamline
  • Alvaro Jimenez-Galan, Max Born InstitutGermany
    Topological Physics in Strong Light Fields: From Imaging to Controlling Topology
  • Seong Ku Lee, Advanced Photonics Research InstituteRepublic Of Korea
    Advances of an Ultra-intense 4-PW Laser for Applications in High Field Science
  • Xiaoyan Liang, Shanghai Inst of Optics and Fine MechChina
    Recent Progress on the Shanghai Superintense Ultrafast Laser Facility (SULF) at SIOM
  • Victor Malka, Weizmann Institute of ScienceIsrael
    Applications of Laser Plasma Accelerators
  • Daniele Margarone, ELI Beamlines - Intl Laser Research CtrCzech Republic
    Laser Driven ion Acceleration and Applications at ELI
  • Douglass Schumacher, Ohio State UniversityUnited States
    Liquid Crystal Targets and Plasma Mirrors for PW-class Laser Experiments
  • Thomas Spinka, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUnited States
    Scaling of High Energy High Average Power Short Pulse Lasers
  • Kim Ta Phuoc, Laboratoire d'Optique AppliquéeFrance
    Betatron Radiation from Density Tailored Plasmas
  • Henri Vincenti, Commissariat a l'Energie AtomiqueFrance
    Achieving Extreme Light Intensities Using Optically-curved Relativistic Plasma Mirrors
  • Marija Vranic, Instituto Superior TécnicoPortugal
    QED Effects in Ultra-intense Laser-matter Interactions: Challenges and Opportunities

Mid-infrared Coherent Sources

  • Aleksandra Foltynowicz, Umea UniversitetSweden
    Mid-infrared Comb-based Fourier Transform Spectroscopy
  • Uwe Griebner, Max Born InstituteGermany
    Midwave-infrared OPCPA Driver at 1 kHz for Hard X-ray Generation
  • Frans J. Harren, Radboud Universiteit NijmegenNetherlands
    New Sources and Techniques for Mid Infrared Spectroscopic Applications
  • Yen-Chieh Huang, National Tsing Hua UniversityTaiwan
    High-power Tunable far-IR Coherent Sources Based on Stimulated Polariton Scattering
  • Takuro Ideguchi, University of TokyoJapan
    Next-generation Mid-infrared Spectroscopy and Microscopy with Various Laser Sources
  • Mona Jarrahi, University of California Los AngelesUnited States
    Plasmonic Photoconductive THz Sources
  • Franz Kaertner, Universität HamburgGermany
    Terahertz Driven Electron and X-ray Sources
  • Kodo Kawase, Nagoya UniversityJapan
    High-brightness THz Source with Wide Tunability
  • Valentin Petrov, Max Born InstituteGermany
    Barium Nonlinear Optical Crystals for the Mid-IR: Characterization and Applications
  • Goutam K. Samanta, Physical Research LaboratoryIndia
    Structured Beam Optical Parametric Oscillator Based mid-IR Sources
  • Ichiro Shoji, Chuo UniversityJapan
    Fabrication of Quasi-phase-matching Stacked Large-aperture GaAs Plates Using the Room-temperarture-bonding Technique for Mid-IR High-power Wavelength Conversion