The scientific programme of the next XLIC General Meeting has already been setled and can be downloaded here: XLIC_GM_2017-ScientificProgram (last minute changes should be checked in the meeting website

The list of young researchers selected for an oral contribution during the 3rd Young Scientist Forum (YSF) – a special half-day with talks given by young researchers (PhD students and post-docs), is:

  • Filippo Campi, Lund University (Sweden)
    Towards XUV-XUV pump-probe experiments with attosecond pulses at the Lund Laser Centre
  • Milos Rankovic, Institute of Physics Belgrade (Serbia)
    Photodissociation of hydrated peptide by synchrotron radiation in the VUV region
  • Kristina Isaković, University of Kragujevac (Serbia)
    K-2V process in function of LEE energy distribution
  • Gediminas Galinis, Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
    Towards sub-fs time resolved soft X-ray spectroscopy in liquids
  • Samuel Jenkins, University of London (United Kingdom)
    Momentum maps for atoms in intense elliptically polarised fields
  • Carlos Marante, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain)
    Angular dependence of resonant photoemission time delays in noble gases
  • Linda Giacomozzi, Stockholm University (Sweden)
    Knockout processes in meso-Tetraphenylporphyrin cations
  • Alexander Galstyan, Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium)
    TDDFT alternative for molecules
  • Arkadiusz Mika, CIMAP/Ganil (Caen) (France)
    Experimental study of the interaction of ions with nano-particles for sizes up to 10 nm
  • Sylwia Stefanowska, Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland)
    Total cross section for electron scattering on hydrocarbons – role of methylation
  • Marta Tarkanovskaja, University of Tartu (Estonia)
    Photoinduced fragmentation of acetamide clusters studied by mass spectroscop
  • Alexander Kaiser, University of Innsbruck (Austria)
    Serine octamer revisited: Homochiral preferences and fragmentation

If not selected as speaker, young researchers participating in the XLIC General Meeting will have an opportunity to present their results as a poster.

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