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11th Int. Meeting on Atomic and Molecular Physics and Chemistry - postponed to June 2021

Date Mo, 08.06.2020 - Fr, 12.06.2020
Location Alpine Classic Hotel in Leysin, Switzerland
Program The first IMAMPC meeting took place in 2010 in Madrid, and has established itself as an annual event. Other previous meetings have been held in Rennes (2011), Pisa (2012), Lille (2013), Salamanca (2014), Birmingham (2015), Le Havre (2016), Torun (2017), Berlin (2018) and again Madrid (2019).

Since its foundation, the IMAMPC has been characterized by a highly interdisciplinary scientific programme, bringing together experimentalists and theoreticians across a range of relevant topics in atomic and molecular physics. In particular, it is conceived as an event promoting innovative research performed by emerging young researchers.

The main topics covered during this meeting will include:

Reactive collisions, scattering, ultracold chemistry
Macromolecules and biologically relevant systems
Photochemistry and photodynamics
Ultrafast processes
Electronic structure theory and excited state dynamics

We cordially invite you to attend the 2020 edition of the IMAMPC and look forward to welcoming you in Leysin!

Eduardo Carrascosa
Rebecca Ingle
Stephan Warnke

Andreas Osterwalder
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