This EUCALL Joint Foresight Topical Workshop sets the stage to define, explore, and tackle challenges that current and future light sources pose to theoretical research and numerical simulations of matter in extreme fields of opical lasers, free-electron lasers and 3rd and 4th generation synchrotron sources. It brings together the experts and young researchers from a broad range of disciplines including
- Atoms, molecules and cluster in intense radiation fields,
- Warm Dense Matter creation and diagnostics,
- High Energy Density Matter,
- Strong field physics,
- Non-equilibrium dynamics,
- Laboratory astrophysics.
Keynote lectures are complemented by young researchers' presentations highlighting the most recent advances in the field. Ample time for discussion and informal meetings provides the ground for strengthening existing partnerships and creation of new collaborations and joint research projects beyond the EUCALL funding period.
- Nina Rohringer (Max-Planck Institure for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter, Hamburg)
- Michael Bonitz (Christian-Albrechts University, Kiel)
- Ronald Redmer (Rostock University)
- Gianluca Gregori (Oxford University)
- Thomas Fennel (Rostock University)
- Stefan Hau-Riege (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
- Harry Quiney (University of Melbourne)
The workshop takes place at ELI-ALPS near Szeged, Hungary. ELI-ALPS is one of the three ELI pillars and a partner institute in EUCALL.
Registration will open March 19th and will remain open through June 1st or until the maximum number of participants (100) is reached, whichever comes first.