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GRC on Multiphoton Processes

Date So, 19.06.2016 - Fr, 24.06.2016
Time All day
Location Proctor Academy, Andover, NH, USA
Program The 18th Gordon Research Conference on Multiphoton Processes will take place at a new venue, Proctor Academy. The field is rapidly expanding and so the conference topics are adapted to the exciting new areas that have opened up. The scientific program is cross-disciplinary, including physicists, chemists and optical engineers, in both theory and experiment. The speakers and discussion leaders are a mixture of well-established leaders in the field and young and upcoming researchers from around the world.

The sessions will focus on:

Attosecond science
Ultrafast imaging
New spectroscopy techniques
Controlling light and matter
Molecular dynamics in strong fields
Free-electron laser experiments and theory

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