Advances in Strong Field and Attosecond Physics
Location: University College London, UK
In the past few years, considerable progress has been made in the attosecond imaging of matter and in the understanding of how complex systems interact with strong laser pulses. Concrete examples are the reconstruction of molecular orbitals , coherent control of molecular wavepackets , the probing of molecular vibration , or the investigation of high-order harmonic generation and ionization in clusters  and larger molecules .
There exists, however, a great deal of controversy, especially with respect to an accurate treatment of the targets in intense fields. This discussion goes beyond the current scope of strong-field laser physics and moves towards the fields of quantum chemistry and condensed-matter theory.
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Wolfgang Sandner (Max Born Institut, Berlin) - Organiser
Jens Biegert (Institute for Photonic Sciences, Barcelona) - Organiser
Maciej Lewenstein (Institute for Photonic Sciences, Barcelona) - Organiser
Paul Durham (UKRI Science and Technology Facilities Council) - Organiser
Carla Figueira de Morisson Faria (University College London) - Organiser
Misha Ivanov (Imperial College London) - Organiser