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FEMTO10 - The Madrid Conference on Femtochemistry

Frontiers of Ultrafast Phenomena in Chemistry, Physics and Biology
July 10-15, 2011
Madrid, Spain

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to send the Second Announcement of FEMTO10, The Madrid Conference on Femtochemistry.
FEMTO10 is the 10th Edition of the Femtochemistry Conference series and will take place in Madrid, Spain, from 10th to 15th July 2011. The venue will be the Universidad Complutense de Madrid campus, very close to Moncloa commercial area in Madrid and just 15 minutes by Metro from downtown, where all museums and other touristic attractions can be found.
The series of biennial FEMTO Meetings started in 1993, when the first Conference was held in Berlin (Germany). Since then the conference was held in Laussane (Swiss), Lund (Sweden), Leuven (Belgium), Toledo (Spain), Paris (France), Washington DC (USA), Oxford (UK), Beijing (China) and now it comes to Madrid (Spain).
FEMTO10 will bring together scientists from all over the world to present and discuss the most recent advances in Femtosciences, including reaction dynamics, coherent control, structural dynamics, solvation phenomena, liquids and interfaces, fast processes in biological systems, strong field processes, attosecond electron dynamics and aggregates, surfaces and solids with contributions from both theory and experiment.
The Conference format will include invited lectures, hot topics, and poster sessions. The participation of young researchers and students is particularly welcome. Some posters will be promoted to oral presentations upon recommendation of the Scientific Committee.
The day of arrival is Sunday, July 10, 2011, with registration during the afternoon and a reception in the evening. The program starts on Monday, July 11, 2011 with an opening lecture by Professor Ahmed H. Zewail. The Conference will finish on the 15th at midday, after a closure session.
The list of preliminary speakers who have accepted to give a talk at FEMTO10 is:

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Ahmed H. Zewail (Caltech, Pasadena, USA)

CHAIRMEN/OVERVIEWERS
Jens Biegert (ICFO, Barcelona, Spain)
Majed Chergui (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Kenneth Eisenthal (Columbia, NY, USA)
W. Carl Lineberger (JILA, Boulder, USA)
Jon Marangos (IC, London, UK)
Albert Stolow (NRC,Ottawa,Canada)
Villy Sundström (Lund, Sweden)
David Tannor (Weizmann, Rehovot, Israel)

INVITED SPEAKERS
André Bandrauk (Sherbrooke, Canada)
Victor Batista (Yale, USA)
Thorsten Bernhardt (Ulm, Germany)
Mischa Bonn (AMOLF, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Christian Bressler (XFEL, Hamburg, Germany)
Tobias Brixner (Würzburg, Germany)
Phil Bucksbaum (Stanford, USA)
Irene Burghardt (Paris, France)
Boyko Cohen (UCLM, Toledo, Spain)
Marcos Dantus (Michigan, USA)
Thomas Elsaesser (MBI, Berlin, Germany)
Helen Fielding (UCL, London, UK)
Leticia González (Jena, Germany)
Peter Hamm (Zurich, Switzerland)
Niels Huse (LBNL, Berkeley, USA)
James T. Hynes (Paris, France)
Maurice Janssen (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Oh-Hoon Kwon (Caltech, Pasadena, USA)
Manfred Lein (Hannover, Germany)
Fernando Martín (UAM, Madrid, Spain)
Steve Meech (East Anglia, UK)
Robert Moshammer (Heidelberg, Germany)
Marcus Motzkus (Heidelberg, Germany)
Margaret Murnane/Henry Capteyn (JILA, Boulder, USA)
Dan Neumark (Berkeley, USA)
Richard Neutze (Göteborg, Sweden)
Liangyou Peng (Beijing, China)
Jorge Peón (UNAM, México City, México)
Giuseppe Sansone (Milan, Italy)
Gregory Scholes (Toronto, Canada)
Javier Solís (CSIC, Madrid, Spain)
Henrik Stapelfeldt (Aarhus, Denmark)
Toshinori Suzuki (Kyoto Univeristy/RIKEN, Japan)
Friedrich Temps (Kiel, Germany)
Marc Vrakking (MBI, Germany)
Mathias Wollenhaupt (Kassel, Germany)
Hans Worner (NRC, Ottawa, Canada)
Kaoru Yamanouchi (Tokyo, Japan)
Dongping Zhong (Ohio, USA)

Important dates:
January 15, 2011 Opening of abstract submission
March 15, 2011 Deadline for abstract submission
April 15, 2011 Deadline for early registration


Further information can be found on the conference web site
which will be kept updated with the most recent news.

Welcome to Madrid! Welcome to Spain!
On behalf of the FEMTO10 Organizing Committee
Luis Bañares
Jesús Santamaría
Chairs
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Prof. Luis Bañares
Catedrático
Departamento de Quimica Fisica I
Facultad de Ciencias Quimicas
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
28040 Madrid, Spain

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The T&D-scan includes a CW ultra-wide-tunable narrow-line laser, high-precision wavelength meter, an electronic control unit driven through USB interface as well as a software package. Novel advanced design of the fundamental laser component implements efficient intra-cavity frequency doubling as well as provides a state-of-the-art combined ultra-wide-tunable Ti:Sapphire & Dye laser capable of covering together a super-broad spectral range between 275 and 1100 nm. Wavelength selection components as well as the position of the non-linear crystal are precisely tuned by a closed-loop control system, which incorporates highly accurate wavelength meter.

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Open Microchannel Plate Detector MCP-MA25/2

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Femtosecond Transient Absorption Measurements system Hatteras Hatteras-D femtosecond  transient absorption data acquisition system
Future nanostructures and biological nanosystems will take advantage not only of the small dimensions of the objects but of the specific way of interaction between nano-objects. The interactions of building blocks within these nanosystems will be studied and optimized on the femtosecond time scale - says Sergey Egorov, President and CEO of Del Mar Photonics, Inc. Thus we put a lot of our efforts and resources into the development of new Ultrafast Dynamics Tools such as our Femtosecond Transient Absorption Measurements system Hatteras. Whether you want to create a new photovoltaic system that will efficiently convert photon energy in charge separation, or build a molecular complex that will dump photon energy into local heat to kill cancer cells, or create a new fluorescent probe for FRET microscopy, understanding of internal dynamics on femtosecond time scale is utterly important and requires advanced measurement techniques.

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Beacon together with Trestles Ti:sapphire oscillator, second and third harmonic generators. Femtosecond optical gating (FOG) method gives best temporal resolution in light-induced fluorescence lifetime measurements. The resolution is determined by a temporal width of femtosecond optical gate pulse and doesn't depend on the detector response function. Sum frequency generation (also called upconversion) in nonlinear optical crystal is used as a gating method in the Beacon femtosecond fluorescence kinetic measurement system. We offer Beacon-DX for operation together with Ti: sapphire femtosecond oscillators and Beacon-DA for operation together with femtosecond amplified pulses.

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iPCA - interdigital Photoconductive Antenna for terahertz waves
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l £  850 nm, adjusted hyperhemispherical silicon lens with a high power conversion efficiency of 0.2 mW THz power / W optical power. The iPCA can be used also as large area THz detector. The two types iPCAp and iPCAs have the same active interdigital antenna area but different contact pad directions with respect to the electrical THz field.
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