Events

CORINF management meeting

During the 1st XLIC Work Group 1 meeting (Ultrafast electron dynamics in molecules), in the evening of 3 July 2014 in London at UCL (University College London,GowerStreet,London WC1E 6BT UK).

Third CORINF school/workshop

When:
27 April – 3 May 2014.

Where:
Institut d’Études Scientifiques de Cargèse, Corsica

Cargèse, Corsica (8132698095)
Foto by Michal Osmenda Brussels, Belgium (Cargèse, Corsica Uploaded by russavia) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], Wikimedia Commons

PhD School and Scientific meeting of the INTnetwork CORINF on Correlated Multi-­electron Dynamics in Intense Light Fields

The full programme can be downloaded here 2014_Cargese_Program_final_version.
Final version of the schedule Schedule_final_version.

A group picture with the all participants (by Eric Charron).

Group picture

To access lecture notes please click here.


Second CORINF school/workshop

When:
Wednesday 13 – Friday 15 November 2013.

Where:
Madrid

The second CORINF school/workshop (whose first edition was in Dresden) will take place in Madrid just after the First Annual Workshop of the COST Action XLIC (11-13 November), in which several CORINF partners are involved.

The overall dates of the meeting will be Monday 11 – Friday 15 November, with XLIC events on Monday and Tuesday, an XLIC/CORINF common day on Wednesday 13 November, and CORINF events on Thursday and Friday.

The full programme can be downloaded here.

The CORINF part of the programme will include talks by scientists from each node, as well as presentations by each of the CORINF fellows.  There will also be opportunities for discussions on administrative and scientific business, as well as multilateral meetings between different CORINF nodes.

The registration form is available online here - http://xlic.qui.uam.es/?page_id=493 - and participants are encouraged to register early.  Details about recommended accommodation will be available shortly.


Correlated Multielectron Dynamics in Intense Light Fields

High Harmonic Generation training module

When:
From the 25 May to 1 June, 2013.

Where:
The training module will take place in Neustift im Stubaital, 25 km south of Insbruck, Austria.

Apply or more information:
Contact Misha Ivanov (Max-Born-Institut & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)


Correlated Multielectron Dynamics in Intense Light Fields

PhD School of the ITN-network CORINF – 11 – 15 June 2012

To access lecture notes please click here

Scientific Coordinators:

Misha Ivanov (Max-Born-Institut & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)
Jan-Michael Rost (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik komplexer Systeme Dresden, Germany)

CORINF School 2012 photo

CORINF School 2012 photo

Hosting node: MPIPKS

Training goals:

Introduce  participants from the inside and outside of the CORINF MC ITN network to strong field and attosecond science and the emerging field of imaging dynamics of single molecules with the combination of sub-femtosecond temporal and sub-Angstrom spatial resolution.

Emphasis is on the basic physical ideas of using intense infrared and or XUV/ X-ray light to gain insight into the structure and ultrafast dynamics of atoms, molecules and clusters, as well as the key theoretical tools and challenges in bringing these basic ideas to fruition.

Lecture topics:

  • Overview of strong field and attosecond science,
  • Imaging single molecule dynamics at sub-femtosecond timescale:
    • Approaches using intense infrared fields: basic ideas and challenges
      • High harmonic spectroscopy
      • Time resolved electron diffraction and holography
    • Approaches using X-ray radiation: basic ideas and challenges
  • Theoretical methods in strong-field and attosecond science,
    • Analytical approaches in strong-field physics
    • Numerical methods for single active electron
    • Numerical methods for multi-electron dynamics
    • Interfacing with quantum chemistry

Tutorial lectures and hands-on training exercises, where several groups work on specific problems, some of them still unsolved.

Invited lecturers:
V. Averbukh (London, UK), E. Charron (Paris, France), O. Kornilov (Berlin, Germany), J. Marangos (London, UK), S. Patchkovskii (Ottawa, Canada), U. Saalmann (Dresden, Germany), A. Saenz (Berlin, Germany), A. Scrinzi (München, Germany), O. Smirnova (Berlin, Germany), H. van der Hart (Belfast, Ireland)

To access lecture notes please click here