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4th International Conference on Attosecond Physics

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Date Mo, 08.07.2013 - Fr, 12.07.2013
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Location Paris
Program On behalf of the international scientific committee of the Attosecond Physics Conference, we are very pleased to announce the 4th conference (ATTO4) which will take place next year in PARIS, France.

This conference will be held in the renowned Institut Pasteur. The conference center will also easily promote interaction with our industrial sponsors who will be present during the conference.

ATTO2013 will cover all aspects of Attosecond Physics from sources and metrology to applications.

International committee: Ursula Keller

Program: see the ATTO 2013 website, link below
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Link ATTO 2013
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