2019, Florence (EGAS 51 / ECAMP 13)

Fritz Aumayr 
Institute for Applied Phyiscs, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Highly charged ion interactions with graphene and other 2D materials (Plenary Lecture)

Marica Branchesi 
LIGO/Virgo Collaboration - GSSI, L'Aquila, Italy
From Gravitational-Waves to the Heavy Elements Production in the Universe  (Plenary Lecture) 

Antoine Browaeys 
Institut d'Optique, Paris, France
Quantum simulations with Rydberg atoms  (Plenary Lecture) 

Eric A. Cornell 
JILA/NIST, Boulder-Colorado, USA
Fundamental physics from electron electric dipole moments  (Plenary Lecture) 

Nirit Dudovich 
Weizman Institute, Israel
Attosecond interferometry  (Plenary Lecture) 

Theodor W. Hänsch 
LMU University of Munich and at the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany
Towards a solution of the proton radius puzzle (Plenary Lecture)   

Robert Moshammer 
Max Planck Institut für Kernphysik Heidelberg, Germany
AMO experiments with the reaction microscope at FLASH  (Plenary Lecture) 

Jelena Vuckovic 
Stanford University, USA
Connecting quatum systems though optimazed photonics  (Plenary Lecture) 

Peter Zoller 
Institute for Theoretical Physics, University Innsbruck, Austria
Programmable Quantum simulators with atoms  (Plenary Lecture) 

Philipp Haslinger 
Winner of the Young Scientist Prize
Institute of Atomic and Subatomic Physics Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Probing the forces of gravity, blackbody radiation and dark energy with matter waves  (Plenary Lecture) 

Ferenc Krausz 
Winner of Letokhov Award
Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, Germany
Attosecond science: from basic research to cancer detection (Plenary Lecture) 

Manuel Alcami 
Chemistry Dept., Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Theory of charged and functionalized fullerenes (Invited talk)

Lars Andersen 
Dept. Physics, Aarhus University, Denmark
Photophysics of Bio-Chromophores (Invited talk) 

Lorenzo Avaldi 
CNR - ISM, Roma, Italy
Insights in the fragmentation of glycine by synchrotron radiation and ultrafast pump-probe experiments. Insights in the fragmentation of glycine by synchrotron radiation (Invited talk) 

Victor Balykin 
Institute of Spectroscopy RAS, Moscow, Russia
Plasmonic nanolaser and applications (Invited talk) 

Dieter Bauer 
Institute for Physics, University Rostock, Germany
Strong-field Iaser physics in topological condensed matter (Invited talk) 

Marco Bellini 
INO-CNR, Firenze, Italy
Entanglement by delocalized single photon addition (Invited talk) 

Valerie Blanchet 
Celia Bordeaux, France
Temporal aspect of chirality: a photoionisation study from the femtosecond to the attosecond scale (Invited talk)

Konstantin Bliokh 
Australian National Univeristy, Canberra, Australia
Electron waves carrying orbital angular momentum (Invited talk) 

Dmitry Budker 
Uni-Mainz, Germany
Magnetometry and Fundamental Physics (Invited talk) 

Iacopo Carusotto 
Univ Trento, INO CNR BEC, Italy
Quantum Fluids of Light (Invited talk) 

Laura Cattaneo 
Dept. Physics, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Attosecond photoionization dynamics in molecules (Invited talk) 

Patrick Cheinet 
Laboratoire Aimé Cotton, CNRS, University Paris-Sud, ENS Paris-Saclay, France
Towards optical manipulation of Ytterbium Rydberg atoms: a study of auto-ionization (Invited talk) 

Rebeca De Nalda 
Institute for Chemical Physics, CSIC, Madrid, Spain
Laser control of molecular processes (Invited talk) 

Stefan Donsa 
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), Austria
Observing the time domain build-up and spectral phase of Fano resonances (Invited talk) 

Danielle Dowek 
Institut des Sciences Moléculaires d’Orsay (CNRS-Paris-Saclay), France
Molecular frame photoemission: from synchrotron radiation to attosecond pulses (Invited talk) 

Stefan Eriksson 
Swansea University, UK 
Spectroscopy of antihydrogen (Invited talk)

Shirin Faraji 
University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Excited-state processes and quantum effects in biological systems (Invited talk) 

Francesca Ferlaino 
University Innsbruck, Austria
The quantum phases of ultracold dipolar gases near a Roton excitation (Invited talk) 

Mathieu Gisselbrecht 
CNRS Researcher on secondment Division of Synchrotron Radiation Research, Sweden
Time-frequency representation of autoionization wavepackets (Invited talk) 

Eletherios Goulielmakis 
MPQ, Garching, Germany, Germany
Can visible light ‘see’ electrons? (Invited talk) 

Jürgen Hauer 
Dept. Chemistry, TU Munich Germany
3rd and 5th order electronic two-dimensional spectroscopy of excitonic systems (Invited talk) 

Till Jahnke 
Institut für Kernphysik, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Germany
Molecular Movies made with Synchrotrons (Invited talk) 

Selim Jochim 
Uni-Heidelberg, Germany
Correlations and entanglement in strongly interacting systems (Invited talk) 

Michael Koehl 
University of Bonn, Germany
Higgs mode in a strongly interacting fermionic superfluid (Invited talk) 

Nicolai Kolachevsky 
Lebedev Institute, Moscow, Rusia and MPQ, Garching Germany
Inner-shell clock transition in atomic thulium with small BBR shift (Invited talk) 

Andrey Kolovsky 
Kirensky Institute of Physics, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Synthetic fields and conductivity with cold Fermi and Bose atoms (Invited talk)   

Michael Krueger 
Weizmann Institute of Science, Attosecond Science Group, Israel
Strong-field physics at nanotips (Invited talk) 

Fabian Lackner 
Institute for Theoretical Physics, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Two-particle Reduced Density Matrices (Invited talk) 

Eva Lindroth 
Dept. Physics, Stockholm University, Sweden
Attosecond delays in photoemission (Invited talk) 

Yuri Litvinov 
GSI Darmstadt, Germany
Combining atomic and nuclear physics in ion storage rings (Invited talk)   

Lara Martínez-Fernandez 
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Molecular mechanism of UV-induced processes in DNA (Invited talk) 

Edvardas Narevicius 
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Quantum State Controlled Ultracold Chemistry (Invited talk) 

Wilfried Nörtershäuser 
TU Darmstadt, Germany
Laser spectroscopy of H-like and Li-like Bismuth 209Bi80+,82+ and the hyperfine puzzle of strong-field QED (Invited talk) 

Vitaliy D. Ovsiannikov 
Voronezh State University, Russia
Precision spectroscopy of ultracold Rydberg atoms (Invited talk) 

Krysztof Pachucki 
Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland
Quantum electrodynamics of light atoms and molecules (Invited talk) 

Alicia Palacios 
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Attosecond coupled electron and nuclear dynamics in molecular hydrogen photoionization (Invited talk) 

Enrico Perfetto 
CNR-ISM, Rome, Italy
First-principles nonequilibrium Green’s function approach for electron dynamics in light-driven molecular systems (Invited talk) 

Maria Novella Piancastelli 
Uppsala University, Sweden
Hard X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and dynamics of atoms and molecules (Invited talk) 

Ernst Rasel 
Un. Hannover, Germany
Atom-Chip Fountain Gravimeter (Invited talk) 

Evelyne Roueff 
LERMA – Paris Observatory, France
Astrophysics in the laboratory (Invited talk) 

Krzysztof Sacha 
Jagiellonian Univ., Krakow, Poland
Time crystals (Invited talk) 

Maria Sanz 
King's College London, UK
Conformations and interactions of biomolecules and their complexes by broadband rotational spectroscopy (Invited talk) 

Ben Sauer 
Imperial College London, UK
Laser cooling molecules and the electron EDM (Invited talk) 

Henning Schmidt 
Dept. Physics, Stockholm University, Sweden
Negative ion storage-ring experiments at DESIREE: relaxation,lifetimes and reactions (Invited talk) 

Florian Schreck 
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Towards a continuous atom laser and ultracold RbSr: steady-stateultracold Sr with unity phase-space density & Rb-Sr magnetic Feshbach resonances (Invited talk) 

Fabio Sciarrino 
Sapienza, Roma, Italy
Quantum Simulations with Bosons (Invited talk) 

Roberta Sessoli 
Università degli studi Firenze, Italy
Magnetic molecules for quantum information (Invited talk) 

Alice Sinatra 
ENS, Paris, France
Spin squeezing of bosonic atoms in an optical lattice (Invited talk) 

Costanza Toninelli 
Università degli studi Firenze, Italy
Integrated Single Photon Sources (Invited talk) 

Katalin Varju
ELI, Hungary
Instruments and science at ELI-ALPS (Invited talk)