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Ultrafast optics 2015

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Ultrafast optics 2015
16-21 August, 2015
Beijing, China
 
   On behalf of the International Scientific Committee of the Ultrafast Optics conference, we are pleased to announce that the 10th conference will take place in Beijing/Huairou, China from 16 to 21 Aug. 2015. As a satellite town of Beijing, Huairou was also the conference site of the APEC Summit 2014. UFO2015 will take full advantage of the newly renovated infrastructure that wasspecially prepared for hosting international conferences.
The purpose of this conference is to bring together the scientists working in ultrafast optical technology and science, to report on the state of the art with respect to generation, amplification, measurement, control and frequency extension of ultrafast optical pulses, to share the the future perspectives.
The scope of the UFO 2015 conference includes, but is not limited to:
§  Generation of atto-, femto- and picosecond optical pulses from lasers
§  Parametric and quantum amplifiers of ultrashort pulses
§  Ultrahigh peak-power laser systems and related technologies
§  Novel methods for shaping and measuring ultrashort pulses
§  Advances in nonlinear frequency conversion techniques
§  Few-cycle pulses, carrier-envelope phase control
§  Ultrashort THz pulses
§  Current and prospective applications requiring novel or improved ultrafast sources and technologies
§  Ultrafast laser applications
Please save the dates on your calendar, and join us to learn the latest advances in ultrafast optics.
We are looking forward to your active participation in the 2015 UFO.
Attosecond pulse generation and measurement
 
Invited speakers

Short Course
Chip Durfee How to exploit spatial chirp for control of nonlinear dynamics and imaging Colorado School of Mines
Louis DiMauro   The Ohio State University

Keynote presentations

 
Martin Schultze Attosecond band-gap dynamics Max-Planck Institut für Quantenoptik
Philip Russell Ultrafast Nonlinear Light-Gas Interactions in Photonic Crystal Fibres Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light
Qihuang Gong Ultrafast Manipulation on Light Using Micro/Nano-structured Materials Peking University
 Wolfgang Sandner   Max-Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy


Invited presentations

 
Andrius Baltuška   Vienna University of Technology
Bruno Schmidt Future prospects for FOPA (Frequency domain Optical Parametric Amplification) INRS-EMT
Chris Barty Nexawatt: Strategies for Creating Exawatt Lasers with Modern High Energy Glass Lasers Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Craig Benko Extreme ultraviolet frequency combs JILA, NIST and the University of Colorado
Eiji J. Takahashi High-energy infrared femtosecond pulses by dual-chirped optical parametric amplification RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics
Friedrich Dausinger KW-Class Ultrafast Thin Disk Lasers for Scientific Applications Dausinger + Giesen GmbH
Fabien Quéré   CEA
Fabian Zomer   Université Paris-Sud Orsay
Fetah Benabib   Xlim Research Instiute, CNRS
Giulio Vampa Linking high harmonics from gases and solids University of Ottawa
Irina T Sorokina   Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jiangfeng Zhu Diode pumped all solid state mode-locked femtosecond lasers based on novel Yb-doped materials Xidian University
Jian Wu Strong-field double ionization of hydrocarbon molecules East China Normal University
Jens Biegert Attosecond pulse generation in the water window ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences
 Jens Limpert   University of Jena
Kyung Taec Kim Attosecond sampling of light wave using high harmonic generation Institute for Basic Science
Karoly Osvay Intense, phase controlled, few cycle laser pulse sources of the ELI Attosecond Facility University of Szeged
Matteo Clerici Nonlinear interactions with terahertz fields: novel effects and detection schemes Heriot-Watt University
Reinhard Kienberger Attosecond electron dynamics on surfaces and layered systems Department of Physics, TU München,
Ruxin Li High gain large aperture Ti: sapphire amplifer for a 5PW laser system Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechnics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Romain Géneaux   CEA-Saclay
Steven Jamison Revealing Carrier-Envelope Phase through Sum and Difference Frequency Interference in Frequency Resolved Optical Gating STFC Daresbury National Laboratory
Takao Fuji Carrier-envelope phase of single-cycle pulses generated through filamentation Institute for Molecular Science
Ursula Keller Broadband Mid-Infrared OPA through Nonlinear-Fanout Quasi-Phasematching in the Fourier-Plane ETH Zurich
Youjian Song Flicker noise: the quantum origin and fundamental limit in carrier envelope phase control Tianjin University

Conference Home
 http://www.ultrafastoptics2015.org/
 
Contact Us
Dr. Xinkui He
Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
No.8, 3rd South Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian District
E-mail: xinkuihe@iphy.ac.cn 
Tel: +86-10-82649225
Fax: +86-10-82649225

Mr. Shiyang Zhong
Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
No.8, 3rd South Street, Zhongguancun, Haidian District
E-mail: zhongshiyang@iphy.ac.cn 
Tel: +86-10-82648056
Fax: +86-10-82648056

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