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Novel Light Sources from Laser-Plasma Interactions

Date Mo, 20.04.2015 - Fr, 24.04.2015
Time All day
Location Max Planck Institute, Dresden, Germany
Program The workshop aims to bring together theorists and experimentalists
working across a wide range of topics, including:

- Attosecond pulse sources from LPI
- X-ray and X-FEL sources from LPI
- Pump-probe experiments and applications of LPI sources
- Filamentation and THz generation
- γ-ray sources and QED processes
- Parametric amplification of short pulses

List of invited speakers (*to be confirmed):
*H. Chapman (CFEL, Germany)
S.L. Chin (Université Laval, Canada)
N.J. Fisch (Princeton University, USA)
W. Leemans (Berkeley Lab, USA)
J. Meyer-ter-Vehn (MPQ Garching, Germany)
F. Quéré (CEA Saclay, France)
*X.-C. Zhang (University of Rochester, USA)
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