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Invited speakers

Marcelo Ambrosio (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
     Electron impact double ionization of Helium in the fast projectile and small momentum transfer regimes
Luca Argenti (Madrid, Spain)
     Time-resolved two-photon atomic transitions involving autoionizing states
Klaus Bartschat (Des Moines, USA)
     Benchmark calculations for single and double ionization of atoms and small molecules by short-pulse intense laser fields
Nora Berrah (Connecticut, USA)
     Probing dynamics and structure from within with ultrafast X-rays
Paola Bolognesi (Roma, Italy)
     Ion impact fragmentation of molecules and cluster of biological interest
Francesca Calegari (Milano, Italy)
     Sub-4-fs charge dynamics induced by XUV attosecond pulses in the amino acid phenylalanine
Fabrice Catoire (Bordeaux, France)
     Strong field physics in the H2+ molecular case
Xiangjun Chen (Hefei, China)
     Observing interference effect in binary (e,2e) of molecules
Marcelo Ciappina (Garching, Germany)
     High-order harmonic generation driven by plasmonic fields: a new route towards the generation of UV and XUV photons?
Tom Field (Belfast, UK)
     Electrons, radicals and metastable molecular ions
Hironobu Fukuzawa (Sendai, Japan)
     Multiphoton multiple ionization of atoms, molecules, and clusters by XFEL at SACLA
Carlos Granados-Castro (Metz, France and Bahia Blanca, Argentina)
     Sturmian approach to single photoionization of many electron atoms and molecules
Alexei Grum-Grzhimailo (Moscow, Russia)
     Two-color above-threshold and sequential double ionization beyond the dipole approximation
Kenichi Ishikawa (Tokyo, Japan)
     Two-photon ionization of rare-gas atoms by femtosecond extreme-ultraviolet pulses
Till Jahnke (Frankfurt, Germany)
     Investigating the molecular time domain using post collision interaction
Yuhai Jiang (Shanghai, China)
     Experimental XUV pump-probe studies
Tom Kirchner (Toronto, Canada)
     Excitation-ionization of lithium atoms by fast ion impact: what the independent-electron model does and does not explain
Guillaume Laurent (Cambridge, MA, USA)
     Attosecond control of electron emission from atoms
Kiyonobu Nagaya (Kyoto, Japan)
     Study of nano-plasma dynamics of rare-gas cluster using EUV-FEL pump-NIR probe measurements at SCSS test accelerator
Zehra Nur Ozer (Afyon Kocatepe University, Turkey)
     Interference Effects For Intermediate Energy Electron-Impact Ionization with H2 and N2 Molecules
Yuri Popov (Moscow, Russia)
     Transfer processes in proton-helium collisions at high projectile energies
Sergey Samarin (Perth, Australia)
     Spin-polarized electron spectroscopies: what information do they provide on surfaces and electron scattering dynamics?
Kirsten Schnorr (Heidelberg, Germany)
     Time-resolved measurement of interatomic coulombic decay in Ne2 dimers
Michael Schüler (Halle, Germany)
     Plasmon-assisted double-ionization of the C60 fullerene
Emma Sokell (Dublin, Ireland)
     Photoelectron studies of atoms
Magda Staicu-Casagrande (Orsay, France)
     Comparison of the electron impact double ionization for Ne and CH4
Stephan Stern (Hamburg, Germany)
     X-ray diffraction off controlled molecules
Lokesh Tribedi (Mumbai, India)
     Ionization of water and biomolecules by fast ions at the Bragg peak
Masakazu Yamazaki (Sendai, Japan)
     Experimental and theoretical progress in time-resolved electron momentum spectroscopy


Selected 6 minutes talks

Lorenzo Avaldi (Roma, Italy)
     Photo-double-ionization of the nitrogen molecule
Omar Fojón (Rosario, Argentina)
     Laser assisted photoionization of diatomic molecules: effect of XUV pulse duration
Salim Houamer (Sétif, Algeria)
     A turn-up investigation in Electron Momentum Spectroscopy
Wael Iskandar (Caen, France)
     Preferential near site electron capture in low energy ion-dimer collisions
Erik Månsson (Lund, Sweden)
     Double ionization probed on the attosecond time scale
Bela Paripás (Miskolc, Hungary)
     Experimental (e,2e) study of coherence between autoionizing states of He
Michele Quinto (Bordeaux, France)
     TILDA-V: a full-differential Monte-Carlo code for proton transport modeling in biological matter
XueGuang Ren (Braunschweig, Germany)
     High resolution experiment of low-energy electron-impact ionization and fragmentation of tetrahydrofuran molecule
Michael Schulz (Rolla, USA)
     Fully differential cross sections for ionization of H2 by proton impact
Xincheng Wang (Shanghai, China)
     Fragmentation mechanisms for methane induced by electron impact
Zheng Wei (Halle, Germany)
     Dynamic screening probed by core-resonant double photoemission from surfaces