The 20th Gordon Research Conference on Multiphoton Processes will present forefront research featuring light-matter interaction in a variety of systems, ranging from atoms and molecules to clusters and solids. Photoinduced dynamics in these systems are central to many emerging fields of modern atomic, molecular, chemical and optical physics.
The meeting embraces the rapid technological and intellectual growth in both theory and experiment in the exciting new areas that have recently opened up.
The sessions will focus on: attosecond dynamics, multidimensional imaging of chemical dynamics, solid-state dynamics, chirality, nonlinear XUV and X-ray science, dynamics at conical intersections and electronic and nuclear dynamics in complex systems (clusters, nanoparticles).
The conference will also focus on technological developments and new emerging techniques related to the study of these dynamics.
The scientific program is cross-disciplinary, including physicists, chemists, and optical engineers, in both theory and experiment. The speakers and discussion leaders are a mixture of well-established leaders in the field and young and upcoming researchers from around the world.
The conference will consist of nine sessions, on the topics listed below. The conference chair is currently developing their preliminary program, which will include the names of the invited speakers and discussion leaders for each of these sessions. Please check back regularly for updates to this information.
- Keynote Session: Multiphoton Processes
- Electronic and Nuclear Dynamics in Complex Systems
- Solid-State Dynamics
- Dynamics at Conical Intersections
- Multidimensional Imaging of Chemical Dynamics
- Attosecond Dynamics
- Nonlinear XUV and X-Ray Science
- Emerging Techniques