Invited speakers

Plenary Speakers:

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  • Anne L’Huillier
    (Lunds Universitet, Sweden)
    Attosecond light pulses for studying ultrafast electron dynamics”
  • Takuro Ideguchi
    (University of Tokyo, Japan)
    High-speed vibrational spectroscopy with time-stretch technology
  • Irène Ventrillard
    (Université Grenoble Alpes, France)
    A walk through the world of cavity enhanced laser spectroscopy: in the land of optical feedback
  • Nasser Moazzen-Ahmadi
    (University of Calgary, Canada)
    Weakly-bound clusters of atmospheric molecules: Theory and experiment”
  • Maria Eugenia Sanz
    (King’s College London, United Kingdom)
    New insights on odorants and their complexes by rotational spectroscopy
  • Clément Lauzin
    (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgique)
    The challenge and the beauty of molecular complexity
  • Bryan Changala
    (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, USA)
    “Theoretical tools for molecular discovery in the laboratory and space”
  • Cristina Puzzarini
    (Università di Bologna, Italy)
    Astrochemical challenges: the role of rotational spectroscopy
  • Claudio Lenz Cesar
    (Instituto de Fisica – UFRJ; ALPHA Collaboration – CERN)
    Laser spectroscopy of hydrogen and antihydrogen: towards a direct CPT test beyond 14 significant figures”
  • Jeremy Richardson
    (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)
    Quantum tunnelling in molecules and clusters

Minisymposium I (Organizers: Stefan Willitsch, Stephan Schlemmer)

Spectroscopy of ions in traps

  • Otto Dopfer
    (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)
    Spectroscopy of diamondoid cations
  • Maximilian Beyer
    (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands)
    Towards a hydrogen molecular ion clock”
  • Philipp Schmid
    (Universität zu Köln, Germany)
    Leak-out spectroscopy: a new tool for high-resolution spectroscopy
  • Roland Wester
    (Universität Innsbruck, Austria)
    Bound-bound and bound-free spectroscopy of cold trapped negative ions

Minisymposium II (Organizer: Paolo De Natale)

Spectroscopy for quantum technologies

  • Giacomo Roati
    (Istituto Nazionale di Ottica, CNR-INO, Italy)
    Engineering vortex matter in strongly-correlated superfluids
  • Silke Ospelkaus
    (Leibnitz Universität Hannover, Germany)
    Quantum gases of ultracold molecules
  • Loïc Anderegg
    (Harvard University, Cambridge MA, USA)
    Laser Cooling Molecules for Fundamental Physics and Quantum Science
  • Michal Tomza
    (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland)
    Accurate ab initio molecular calculations for ultracold physics experiments

Minisymposium III (Organizers: Jean vander Auwera, Stephan Schlemmer, Harold Linnartz)

Spectroscopy in the era of JWST

  • Melissa McClure
    (Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands)
    Tracing the chemical evolution of ices from dark clouds to exo-cometary reservoirs with JWST
  • Olivier Berné
    (IRAP Toulouse, France)
    First results from JWST observations of the Orion Nebula
  • Stefanie Milam
    (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
    Revealing the composition and history of the Solar System with JWST’s infrared eyes

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