Join us for engaging session reviewing the status of the Extreme Light Infrastructure laser centers and pioneering research perspectives in physics, material science, as well as in biomedicine, laboratory astrophysics, and many other fields.
An engaging plenary lecture presented by Professor Anna Peacock, Univ. of Southampton, on progress in the development of nonlinear devices from the semiconductor core fibre platform will outline exciting future prospects for the field.
Nina Rohringer, DESY, reports in a plenary talk on progress in experimental and theoretical investigations of single-pass x-ray laser amplifiers in the x-ray spectral domain and applications of this phenomenon in chemical x-ray emission spectroscopy.
Join us for an exciting plenary lecture by Gilliss Dyer, SLAC National Accelerator Lab., on progress of the Matter in Extreme Conditions Project that will enable a world-unique set of scientific capabilities.
An engaging plenary lecture on new designs of high-performance photoconductive terahertz sources that utilize plasmonic nanoantennas is presented by Professor Mona Jarrahi, Univ. of California, Los Angeles.
Claudio Masciovecchio, Elettra Sincrotrone, reports in a plenary talk how recent advances in performance of the FELs enabled nonlinear experiments at suboptical wavelengths and demonstrating the high potential of VUV/soft X-ray wave mixing techniques