**Serge Haroche (France)**Manipulation of individual quantum systems (Nobel Plenary Speaker)

**Jeff Hangst (Denmark)**

Formation and characterization of antihydrogen (Plenary Lecture)

**Lene Vestergaard Hau (USA)**

Slowing single photons (Plenary Lecture)

**Anne L'Huillier (Sweden)**

Attosecond electron spectroscopy (Plenary Lecture)

**Thomas Stöhlker (Germany)**

Fundamental physics with heavy ions (Plenary Lecture)

**Birgitta Whaley (USA)**

Coherent control and inversion of ultrafast spectroscopies for probing quantum dynamics in biological systems (Plenary Lecture)

**Markus Arndt (Austria)**

Coherent interaction of photons with molecules and molecular clusters: quantum delocalization and measurement-induced gratings (Invited talk)

**Toshiyuki Azuma (Japan)**

Heavy ion channeling (Invited talk)

**Henri Bachau (France)**

Clocking ultrafast molecular dynamics through laser induced interference effects (Invited talk)

**Jens Biegert (Spain)**

Electron dynamics in the deep tunneling regime (Invited talk)

**Carsten Brandau (Germany)**

Dielectronic recombination with heavy ions as a sensitive tool for probing nuclear properties (Invited talk)

**Sophie Canton (Sweden)**

Young's double-slit interferences in homo- and heteronuclear molecules induced with synchrotron radiation (Invited talk)

**Henrik Cederquist (Sweden)**

Ions colliding with clusters and biomolecules (Invited talk)

**Jose Crespo López-Urrutia (Germany)**

X-ray laser spectroscopy with free-electron lasers and synchrotron radiation (Invited talk)

**Cristina Diaz (Spain)**

Reactive and non-reactive scattering of diatomic molecules on metal surfaces (Invited talk)

**Alexander Dorn (Germany)**

Electron and positron impact ionization of atoms, molecules and clusters (Invited talk)

**Olivier Dulieu (France)**

Physico-chemistry in ultracold gases (Invited talk)

**Alexander Eisfeld (Germany, USA)**

Quantum effects in photosynthesis (Invited talk)

**Stefan Facsko (Germany)**

Interaction of highly charged ions with surfaces - dissipation of potential energy (Invited talk)

**Johannes Feist (Spain)**

Correlated electron dynamics on the attosecond scale (Invited talk)

**Helen Fielding (UK)**

Femtosecond time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy of polyatomic molecules (Invited talk)

**Andre Fielicke (Germany)**

Structural determination of clusters using resonant IR excitation (Invited talk)

**Robin Golser (Austria)**

(H2)- and other rare negative molecules (Invited talk)

**Stefanie Gräfe (Austria)**

Electronic rescattering dynamics in laser fields (Invited talk)

**Alexey Grum-Grzhimailo (Russia)**

Strong-field ionization of light atoms (Invited talk)

**Saïda Guellati-Kheilifa (France)**

New Determination of the Fine Structure Constant and Test of the Quantum Electrodynamics (Invited talk)

**Hannu Häkkinen (Finland)**

Ignoble metals: gold as a catalyst (Invited talk)

**Johannes Hecker-Denschlag (Germany)**

Investigating three-body recombination in an ion trap (Invited talk)

**Philip Hoffman (Denmark)**

Electronic properties and many-body effects in epitaxial graphene (Invited talk)

**Pascal Honvault (France)**

Quantum reaction dynamics at low temperatures for astrochemistry (Invited talk)

**Liv Hornekær (Denmark)**

Properties of hydrogenated graphene (Invited talk)

**Peter Lambropoulos (Greece)**

Atomic and Molecular Physics with X-ray free electron lasers (Invited talk)

**Tatiana Marchenko (France)**

Ultrafast dynamics in postcollision interaction upon argon 1s photoionization (Invited talk)

**Gerard Meijer (Germany)**

Trapping molecules on a chip (Invited talk)

**Frederic Merkt (Switzerland)**

Manipulating Rydberg atoms close to surfaces (Invited talk)

**Catalin Miron (France)**

Synchrotron radiation based electron spectroscopy of isolated species: a probe for fundamental properties (Invited talk)

**Morgan Mitchell (Spain)**

Squeezed-light optical magnetometry (Invited talk)

**Oliver Morsch (Italy)**

High-fidelity quantum driving (Invited talk)

**Holger Müller (USA)**

Matter-wave clocks, gravitational redshift, and time (Invited talk)

**Edvardas Narevicius (Israel)**

Quantum Effects in Cold Reactive Collisions (Invited talk)

**Massimo Olivucci (Italy)**

From biological photoreceptors to the design of biomimetic molecular devices (Invited talk)

**Niklas Ottosson (The Netherlands)**

Spectroscopy of water surfaces (Invited talk)

**Thomas Pohl (Germany)**

Many-body problem in cold Rydberg ensembles (Invited talk)

**Fabien Quéré (France)**

Plasmas Mirrors: a very promising alternative to high order harmonic generation to generate XUV at the attosecond scale (Invited talk)

**Jakob Reichel (France)**

Measurement of the internal state of a single atom without energy exchange (Invited talk)

**Nina Rohringer (Germany)**

Realization of an atomic inner-shell x-ray laser at the LCLS (Invited talk)

**Christian Roos (Austria)**

Quantum simulations with trapped ions (Invited talk)

**Patrick Rousseau (France)**

Ion induced fragmentation of complex molecules and clusters of molecules (Invited talk)

**Stefan Schippers (Germany)**

Nuclear effects on atomic transitions: Storage-ring measurements of hyperfine induced decay rates in berylliumlike ions (Invited talk)

**Reinhold Schuch (Sweden)**

Guiding ions through nanocapillaries (Invited talk)

**Thorsten Schumm (Austria)**

An atomic clock with a nuclear transition (Invited talk)

**Béla Sulik (Hungary)**

Negative hydrogen ions from collisions of H-containing molecular species: a general process (Invited talk)

**Yoni Toker (Israel)**

Experimental investigations of thermodynamical properties of small molecules and clusters (Invited talk)

**Jacques Vigué (France)**

Detection of the He-McKellar-Wilkens topological phase by atom interferometry (Invited talk)

**Andrey Volotka (Germany)**

Tests of QED effects on the hyperfine splitting and the g-factor of high-Z few-electron ions (Invited talk)

**Antoine Weis (Switzerland)**

Atomic magnetometry for biomedical and fundamental research (Invited talk)

**Roland Wester (Austria)**

Negative Ion reaction dynamics (Invited talk)

**Matthew Zepf (UK)**

High Harmonic Generation from Relativistically Oscillating Plasmas (Invited talk)