International Conference on Correlation Ef fects in Radiation Fields 2011

Venue: Steigenberger Hotel Sonne

Location: Rostock, Germany

Event Date/Time: Sep 12, 2011 End Date/Time: Sep 16, 2011
Registration Date: Aug 01, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Aug 01, 2011
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“Strong Correlations and Collective
Effects in Radiation Fields: Coulomb
Systems, Cluster and Particles”

The center‘s main objective is advancing our
understanding of the interaction between matter
and radiation fields with emphasize on the role of strong correlations and collective phenomena.
Within the joint experimental and theoretical
investigations of a broad spectrum of systems (such as ultracold quantum condensates, semiconductor quantum films, molecular aggregates, atomic clusters and nanoparticles, and warm dense matter)
new frontiers in light-matter science are being
explored. The center thus connects topical issues of various subjects, including physics of correlated Coulomb systems, semiconductor physics, quantum optics, ultrafast spectroscopy, strong-field
physics, coherent control, as well as molecular and cluster physics in an interdisciplinary manner.
State-of-the-art light sources including stabilized optical cw and ultraintense femtosecond lasers as well as short-wavelength free-electron lasers enable new routes for research and applications.


18055 Rostock

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Keynote speakers (confirmed) Philipp Aebi (Université de Fribourg,CH) Dieter Bauer (Universität Rostock, GER) Thomas Baumert (Universität Kassel, GER) Thomas Brabec (University of Ottawa, CAN) David M. Ceperley (University of Illinois, USA) Henry Chapman (CFEL Hamburg, GER) Todd Ditmire (University of Texas, USA) Gustav Gerber (University of Würzburg, GER) Siegfried H. Glenzer (LLNL Livermore,USA) Peter Littlewood (University of Cambridge, UK) Thomas Möller (TU Berlin, GER) Gerhard G. Paulus (Universität Jena, GER) Jan M. Rost (MPIPKS Dresden, GER) Frank Stienkemeier (Universität Freiburg, GER) Vlatko Vedral (University of Oxford, UK) Marc J. J. Vrakking (MBI Berlin,GER)