Ultrafast Science & Technology Spain 2022
November 16th to 18th, 2022. Málaga.
Deadline for early registration: September 19th
Deadline for abstract submission: September 19th
Acceptance of oral and poster presentations: September 27th
The fourth edition of the Ultrafast Science and Technology Spain meeting (USTS 2022) will take place in the Rectorado of the University of Málaga from 16th to 18th November, 2022.
USTS 2022 has been promoted by the Grupo Especializado de Láseres Ultrarrápidos (GELUR) of the RSEF and the University of Málaga. The main objective of this event is to continue a series of Meetings aimed at gathering and promoting the whole Ultrafast Laser Community in Spain, providing a space for encounter, discussion and dissemination of the most recent results in Ultrafast Science, and facilitating synergies among groups with common themes, tools or methodologies. All senior scientists, postdocs and students working in areas related to Ultrafast Science are strongly encouraged to attend the meeting.
The scope of USTS 2022 is broad and multidisciplinary, covering different topics such as ultrafast laser development, femtosecond laser spectroscopy and microscopy, nonlinear optical phenomena, attosecond physics, ultrafast synchrotron and XFEL studies, and in general any ultrafast study related to biology, chemistry and condensed matter.
We expect to hold a high-level scientific meeting from a broad scientific and technological ultrafast community, and we encourage you to submit excellent contributions to this fourth edition of USTS.
16th-18th November 2022
- Anne L’Huillier, 2022 Wolf Prize in Physics (Lund University, Sweden)
- Emmanuel Stratakis (IESL-FORTH, Grece)
- Sakura Pascarelli (XFEL, Germany)
- Luis Roso (CLPU)
- Klaus Attenkoffer (ALBA)
- Rocío Borrego Varillas (Politecnico di Milano)
- Alicia Palacios (UAM)
- Juan Cabanillas (IMDEA)
- Boiko Cohen (UCLM)
- Alessandro Curcio (CLPU)
- Mayte Flores (USC)
- Mario García-Lechuga (CSIC)
- Guillermo González (University of Konstanz)
- Manuel Izquierdo (XFEL)
- Allan Johnson (ICFO)
- José Manuel Martín (CSIC)
- Gladys Mínguez (UJI)
- Raúl Montero (UPV)
- Luis Plaja (USAL)
- Pilar Puyuelo (CLPU)
- Ignacio Solá (UCM)
- José Trull (UPC)
Juan C. Otero
Departamento de Quimica Física
Facultad de Ciencias
Campus de Teatinos, s/n