ICPEAC 2013 - XXVIII International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Collisions (ICPEAC2013)
Website icpeac2013.impcas.ac.cn |
Category ICPEAC 2013
Deadline: March 07, 2013 | Date: July 24, 2013-July 31, 2013
Venue/Country: Lanzhou, China
Updated: 2012-06-18 22:24:19 (GMT+9)
Call For Papers - CFPThe International Conference on Photonic, Electronic and Atomic Collisions (ICPEAC) is held biennially to promote the growth and exchange of scientific information in the area of collisions involving photons, electrons, ions, atoms, molecules, clusters, surfaces, and exotic particles.The Scientific program will consist of sessions of invited plenary lectures, reviews, progress reports and special reports.Contributed Abstracts will be presented as posters.The Social Program includes receptions and the conference banquet, public lectures, excursions, and events for accompanying persons.More information about ICPEAC origins, past and future meetings, International Officers and Committees can be found on the ICPEAC Central website http://icpeac2013.impcas.ac.cnPhoton impact (XUV, FEL, ...)X-Ray FEL Induced Multiple Ionization and Double Core-Hole ProductionMulti-electron coincidence studies of double core-hole creation and double core hole decay processes in moleculesShot-by-shot photoelectron spectroscopy of non-linear processes of atoms in intense EUV FEL fieldsXUV-pump XUV-probe experiments at FELsDynamics of entangled H(2p) pair generated in the photodissociation of H2Multiphoton ionization and pump-probe experiments at FLASHTwo-colour FEL experiments in the gas phaseDecay dynamics and nuclear motion of core-excited species probed by high resolution soft X-ray electron spectroscopyMultiple ionization of giant rare-gas clusters by EUV-FEL at SPring-8Short pulses, intense fields, attosecond physics, controlElectronic and nuclear dynamics revealed by ultrafast tuneable-XUV and strong-field laser pulsesElectromagnetically-induced transparency, slow light, and negative group velocitiesin room-temperature 4He*Control of electronic wavepacket dynamics in atomic and molecular systems in strong multi-color fieldsAttoclock reveals new insights into tunnel ionizationTime-resolved photoelectron emission from surfacesNew perspectives in attosecond physicsAttosecond imaging of molecular electronic wave-packetGeneration of microjoule isolated attosecond pulses by infrared two-color laser field synthesisUltrafast probing of molecules in intense laser fields by coincidence momentum imaging and gas electron diffractionCold atoms, ions, moleculesEntanglement of two individual atoms using Rydberg blockadeGas-phase spectroscopy of biomolecular ions: porphyrins and metalloporphyrinsSingle molecular ion investigationsEfimov physics in collisions of three or four bodiesNegative osmium ions: spectroscopy and fundamental applicationsElectron and positron collisions (atoms, molecules to solids)Quantum scattering of low-energy electrons by molecules of biological interestAn R-matrix approach for plasma modelling and the interpretation of astrophysical observationLow energy elastic and electronically inelastic electron scattering from biomolecules: the role of polarization and multichannel coupling effectsTheoretical study on electron impact excitation and recombination of highly charged ionsPositron scattering from noble gasesElectron-induced chemistry in molecular solidsLow-energy electron scattering from fuelsTransmission of low-energy electrons through Al2O3 nanocapillariesElectron recombination in dense photonic, electronic and atomic environmentsElectron impact excitation and ionization studies of laser prepared atomic targetsAstrochemistry with ion storage ringsResonant enhanced electron impact dissociation of moleculesImaging of H2+ vibrational wavefunctions via dissociative electron transferPositron binding to moleculesElectron and positron molecule collisions using the R-matrix with pseudostates methodLow-energy electron interactions with biomoleculesIon impact and atomic collisions (molecules, surfaces, ...)Controlling the guiding properties of mesoscopic glass capillaries for slow highly charged ionsCollision physics in the atomic and molecular universeAsymmetry in multiple-electron capture revealed by radiative charge transfer in Ar dimersIonization and fragmentation of cold clusters of PAH molecules: collisions with keV ionsCalculations for charge transfer and ionization in heavy-particle collisions from water moleculesApplication of insulating nanocapillaries in living human cell irradiationMultiple ionization of atoms including post-collisional contributionsControlling and probing of highly charged ions up to Li-like U89+ by resonant coherent excitationCharge-exchange processes involving highly charged ions and targets of interest in astrophysical and fusion plasmasPartial localization and symmetries in coherent electron emission from moleculesRadiative double electron capture (RDEC) in ion-atom collisionsDynamics of ion guiding through nanocapillaries in insulating polymersFast atom diffraction at surfacesDwell time measurement of wall collisions of spin polarized Rb atoms on antirelaxation coatingsClusters and fullerenesFragmentation of multi-charged and highly excited clustersFullerene ions covered with helium and hydrogenCluster autoionization via ultrafast energy transfer and charge transferAttachment and fragmentation cross-sections of water clustersFundamental atomic processes, systems and dataAtomic data and the modelling of supernova light curvesExcited-state density functional theorySpectroscopy of positronium negative ionsStorage-ring ionization and recombination experiments with multiply charged ions relevant to astrophysical and fusion plasmasThe lifetime of the He anionGiant interatomic Coulombic decay
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