26 March 2018 – 28 March 2018 Hilton Strasbourg, Strasbourg, France
High-Intensity Lasers and High-Field Phenomena
Mid-Infrared Coherent Sources
Compact (EUV & X-ray) Light Sources

High-Intensity Lasers and High-Field Phenomena

  • Andy Bayramian, Lawrence Livermore National LaboratoryUnited States
    Scaling High Intensity Laser Systems from State-of-the-Art to MW Class Enabling Next Generation Light Sources
  • Nirit Dudovich, Weizmann Institute of ScienceIsrael
    New Frontiers in High Harmonic Spectroscopy
  • Jerome Faure, LOAFrance
    Recent Progress on Plasma Accelerators Driven by Near-single Cycle Laser Pulses
  • Almantas Galvanauskas, University of MichiganUnited States
    Coherent Pulse Stacking Amplification – An Enabling Pathway Towards Fiber Based Multi-TW Peak Power Sources
  • Sebastian Goede, European XFELGermany
    Relativistic laser-plasma interactions in solid density hydrogen jet targets
  • Christoph Lienau, Carl V. Ossietzky Univ OldenburgGermany
    Ultrafast Point-Projection Electron Microscopy of Photoelectron Emission from a Single Plasmonic Nanoresonator
  • Chang Hee Nam, Gwangju Inst of Science & TechnologySouth Korea
    Laser-driven Particle Acceleration Performed with 4PW Laser at CoReLS
  • Fabien Quéré, CEA SaclayFrance
    Spatio-Temporal Couplings of Ultrashort Lasers: Metrology and Applications
  • Thomas Südmeyer, Universite de NeuchatelSwitzerland
    High Harmonic Generation (HHG) inside an ultrafast thin disk laser: a new approach for compact megahertz coherent XUV sources
  • Nicolas Tancogne-Dejean, Max-Planck Structural Dynamics CenterGermany
    Ab Initio Description of High-harmonic Generation in Solids
  • Paraskevas Tzallas, FORTH-IESLGreece
    Quantum Spectrometer in the XUV Spectral Range: High-order Harmonics Measured by Counting the Photons of the IR Driving Laser Field
  • Katalin Varjú, Szegedi TudomanyegyetemHungary
    The ELI ALPS Research Infrastructure: Scaling Attosecond Pulse Generation for a Large Scale Infrastructure

Mid-Infrared Coherent Sources

  • Hiromasa Ito, RIKENJapan
    THz-wave Coherent Sources
  • Franz Kaertner, Center for Free Electron Laser ScienceGermany
    High Energy THz Generation and Electron Acceleration
  • Tobias Kippenberg, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de LausanneSwitzerland
    Mid Infrared Kerr Frequency Comb and Coherent Super-Continuum Generation in Silicon Nitride Integrated Waveguides
  • Christopher Phillips, ETH ZurichSwitzerland
    Broadband and High Power Mid-Infrared Optical Parametric Amplification via Quasi-phase-matching Devices (Presenting the work of Ursula Keller and her team)
  • Giacomo Scalari, ETH Zurich
    Frequency Combs based on Quantum Cascade Lasers
  • Carlo Sirtori, Universite Paris-Diderot Paris VIIFrance
    Ultra-fast Modulation of Quantum Cascade Lasers and Infrared Detectors
  • Peter Tidemand-Lichtenberg, Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetDenmark
    Mid-Infrared Imaging using Upconversion – Principles and Applications
  • Real Vallee, Universite LavalCanada
    The Bright Future of Mid-Infrared Fiber Lasers
  • Gabriel Ycas, National Inst of Standards & TechnologyUnited States
    Mid-Infrared Dual-Comb Spectroscopy for Atmospheric Gas Sensing (Presenting the work of Nathan Newbury and his team)

Compact (EUV & X-ray) Light Sources

  • Christopher Barty, University of California, IrvineUnited States
    Ultrabright Laser-Compton Light Sources and Novel Applications Keynote
  • Igor Fomenkov, ASML Optics LLCUnited States
    Laser Produced Plasma EUV Sources for Lithography: Technology, Performance and Prospects Keynote
  • Cameron Geddes, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUnited States
    Laser-plasma accelerator driven compact photon sources  Keynote
  • Franz Pfeiffer, Technische Universität MunchenGermany
    The Munich Compact Light Source (MuCLS): Principles and Application Examples Keynote
  • Thomas André, Synchrotron SOLEILFrance
    Towards Laser Plasma Acceleration based Free Electron Laser and First Results on COXINEL
  • Loic Bertrand, Synchrotron SOLEILFrance
    Developments in X-ray and DUV spectral imaging in heritage science
  • Charles Bourassin-Bouchet, Institut d'OptiqueFrance
    Attosecond Metrology of Partially Coherent Photoelectron Wavepackets
  • Alexander Chao, Tsinghua UniversityUnited States
    A Compact High-Power Radiation Source Based on Steady-State Microbunching Mechanism
  • Federico Furch, Max Born InstituteGermany
    Generation of High-Order Harmonics at 100 kHz for Attosecond Science Experiments
  • Luca Giannessi, Sincrotrone Trieste SCpAItaly
    FERMI: The First Externally Seeded Free Electron Laser in the Extreme Ultraviolet and Soft X-ray Spectral Regions
  • William Graves, Arizona State UniversityUnited States
    Commissioning of ASU Compact X-ray Light Source (CXLS)
  • Carsten Hartig, Global FoundriesUnited States
    X-ray metrology for semiconductor manufacturing: Ready for Prime Time?
  • Peter Hommelhoff, Universität Erlangen-NürnbergGermany
    Laser Acceleration of Electrons on a Chip
  • Hiroshi Kawata, High Energy Accelerator Research OrgJapan
    Challenges to Realize EUV-FEL High Power Light Source Exceeding 10 kW by ERL Accelerator Technology
  • Ruxin Li, Shanghai Inst of Optics and Fine MechChina
    High Brightness X-ray Sources Based on Laser Accelerated Electrons
  • Carmen Menoni, Colorado State UniversityUnited States
    Nanoscale Chemical Imaging by Extreme Ultraviolet Laser Ablation Time of Flight Spectrometry
  • Julia Mikhailova, Princeton UniversityUnited States
    Plasma-based High-Power X-Ray Pulse Generation and Amplification
  • Emilio Nanni, SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryUnited States
    Nano-modulated electron beams via electron diffraction for coherent x-ray generation
  • Eleonore Roussel, Synchrotron SOLEILFrance
    13 nm FEL Prospects for Lithography
  • Pascal Salieres, Commissariat a l'Energie AtomiqueFrance
    High Harmonic Generation as an Ultrafast EUV Source for Circular Dichroism and Attosecond Photoionization Spectroscopies
  • Yuji Sano, Japan Science and Technology AgencyJapan
    Development of Experimental Platform for Laser Wakefield Acceleration of Electrons and Possible Applications
  • Alexander Zholents, Argonne National LaboratoryUnited States
    A Compact Wakefield Accelerator for a High Repetition Rate Multi User X-ray Free-Electron Laser Facility