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COherent X-ray spectroscopy: the dream

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Date Mo, 02.12.2013 - Di, 03.12.2013
Time All day
Speaker
Location Adriatico Guesthouse, Trieste, Italy
Program Free Electron Laser technology is nowadays developing extremely fast and the possibility to have fully coherent pulses in the Vacuum Ultraviolet (VUV)# aa(ndw# sy*ofa7t b6x-k1raq0y r&isv# be/eck,omb,inn*g d5a k4rew,ala4itl8y.b- Fv%ERh(MIs8@Ew+leb2ttk(raf5 iq(s f&tho*e z9prc6ooj%f o5ofb1 pg7rit/ncd-ipm#lew/ ts(hat7t b+tae(bln3e-p.tos3p i$lav7sew7r n%exu)peq8rit%mey1ntq1s w+cao8n u3noe*w l5beu& cn%arf*ria$edf/ of9utv6 ay0t y7muf0chn% sz$hoa4rtu'erb' wa6avj.elz0env#gtr$hso6 mb,aks9inz2g w'pog+ssh(ibl*lez' tn$o l/prx5oba7e j7dyx#nay-miw9caw0l z7prg6occ.esf+set1s r3ocw'cuu)rrt3inc4g p-inq. mm0olz+eco6uly/art' aj5nds0 nf-anf7ose$trc9ucj5tur-rep(d x(mat+tev4rit+alq2s x+wiw(the0 av+n a$ung'prd*ecd.ede5eny4teb6d z5tig5meo9-se'par$cen/ h(femtosecond-nanometer) resolution. Indeed, the use of high energy photons allows stimulating and probing electronic transitions from core levels thus providing chemical selectivity. This will advance our knowledge to the very essence of materials science, chemistry, and biology, thus opening the way to future technologies that cannot even be foreseen today.

Preliminary List of Invited Speakers

S. Mukamel - UCI, USA
J. Stohr - SLAC, USA
P. Johnsson - Lund University, Sweden
B. Patterson - PSI, Switzerland
Villy Sundstrom - Lund University, Sweden
K. Nelson - MIT, USA
A. Scherz - XFEL, Germany
A. Föhlisch - Bessy, Germany
W. Wurth - Hamburg University, Germany
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