Workshop Details
Advanced Particle Imaging Techniques: 1986-2016 and beyond
08/07/2016 - 08/12/2016
Meeting Description:

Since their first application to molecular dynamics in 1986, particle imaging methods have expanded widely to cover many new areas of chemistry and physics. At the same time, technical advances have increased both the spatial and time resolution of particle imaging methods so that they have largely surpassed and replaced former techniques.

This conference will cover Ion Imaging and Electron Imaging techniques with a focus on advances in the techniques and new applications. Examples of advanced imaging techniques include but are not limited to, high-resolution imaging, slice imaging, high magnification imaging, spatial as well as velocity/momentum imaging. Examples of application areas include but are not limited to, unimolecular dissociation, bimolecular scattering, photoelectron imaging (SEVI), dissociative electron attachment, atomic and molecular scattering from surfaces, visualization of high harmonic generated light, and monitoring ultracold samples in MOTs.

The conference will feature approximately 30 invited talks and five hot-topic talks as well as two evening poster sessions. Poster submissions should be sent to paul.houston@cos.gatech.edu with the names of the authors (with presenter underlined), a title and a short (half-page) abstract. These should preferably be in pdf format for later distribution. Hot topic proposals should be labeled as such to receive consideration for the few slots available. We hope that those hot topics not selected will still be presented as posters.

The list of speakers and poster presenters is available as a downloadable PDF attachment on this webpage. It can also be accessed via the following ink: http://www.cosbkup.gatech.edu/group/TalkScheduleAndPosterList.pdf

Notes:

The conference registration fee includes a continental breakfast Monday through Friday. There will also be a BBQ picnic dinner with a cash bar on Wednesday night. The conference will open on Sunday night with a welcome reception and cash bar from 5 pm to 8 pm at the Telluride Conference Center in Mountain Village.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Conference Center - Mountain Village
580 Mountain Village Blvd Mountain Village, CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Amini, Kasra University of Oxford
ashfold, michael University of Bristol 8/6
8/12
Bain, Matt University of Bristol 8/6
8/12
Banares, Luis Universidad Complutense de Madrid 8/6
8/13
Bartz, Jeffrey Kalamazoo College 8/7
8/12
Y
Ben-Itzhak, Itzhak J.R. Macdonald Laboratory, Physics Department, Kan 8/8
8/12
BORDAS, Christian CNRS 8/7
8/12
Broderick, Bernadette University of Missouri, Columbia
Brouard, Mark Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford 8/6
8/13
Y
Chandler, David Sandia National Labs 8/6
8/13
Continetti, Robert UC San Diego 8/7
8/12
Costen, Matthew Heriot-Watt University 8/6
8/12
Y
Couch, David JILA/University of Colorado 8/7
8/12
Dick, Bernhard University of Regensburg 8/7
8/13
Y
Dorney, Kevin JILA/University of Colorado 8/7
8/12
Y
Drabbels, Marcel EPFL 8/6
8/12
Gentleman, Alexander University of Oxford 8/6
8/13
Gozem, Samer University of Southern California 8/7
8/12
Y
Houston, Paul Cornell University 8/7
8/12
Iskra, Andreas University of Oxford 8/6
8/13
Jackson, William M. University of California 8/7
8/12
Jones, Gareth Photek LTD 8/7
8/12
Kang, Do Hyung KAIST
Kapetanopoulos, Panagiotis Photek LTD
Kim, Sang Kyu KAIST, chemistiry dept. 8/6
8/12
Kitsopoulos, Theofanis Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry 8/7
8/12
Y
Kong, Wei Oregon State University 8/7
8/12
Y
Krishnakumar, Erumathadathil Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 8/6
8/12
Y
Kumarappan, Vinod Kansas State University
Lam, Huynh Kansas State University 8/6
8/13
Y
Lee, Chin Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences
Lee, Suk Kyoung Wayne State University
Li, Wen Wayne State University 8/6
8/13
Y
Lin, Yen-cheng IAMS,Academia sinica
Long, Jingming Max Born Institute 8/7
8/13
Y
Lopez, Gary CRF-Sandia National Labs.
Luxford, Thomas Heriot-Watt University 8/6
8/12
Y
McBane, George Grand Valley State University
Nakamura, Masaaki National Taiwan University 8/7
8/12
Y
Nakano, Motoyoshi Tohoku University 8/6
8/12
Nakashima, Yuji Tohoku University
Neumark, Daniel University of California Berkeley 8/7
8/12
Ni, Chi-Kung Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academ 8/6
8/13
North, Simon Texas A&M University 8/7
8/12
Y
Okutsu, Kenichi Tohoku University 8/6
8/12
Y
Orr-Ewing, Andrew University of Bristol 8/6
8/12
Osborn, David Sandia National Laboratories 8/7
8/12
Y
Parker, David MLF-IMM-FNWI 8/7
8/11
Y
Patros, Kellyn Indiana University 8/7
8/13
Y
Prabhudesai, Vaibhav Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 8/6
8/12
Y
Pratt, Stephen Argonne National Laboratory 8/7
8/12
Rolles, Daniel Kansas State University 8/4
8/13
Sanov, Andrei University of Arizona
Sen, Ananya Argonne National Laboratory 8/7
8/12
Y
Stapelfeldt, Henrik Aarhus University, Department of Chemistry 8/7
8/12
Y
Stienkemeier, Frank University of Freiburg 8/7
8/12
suits, arthur Univ. Missouri 8/7
8/12
Suzuki, Toshinori Kyoto Univ. 7/8
12/8
Sztaray, Balint University of the Pacific 8/7
8/10
Y
Vallance, Claire University of Oxford 8/4
8/12
Y
van de Meerakker, Sebastiaan Radboud University 8/6
8/12
Y
Vrakking, Marc Max Born Institute 8/7
8/13
Wang, Lai-Sheng Brown University
Weinacht, Thomas Stony Brook University 8/7
8/12
Wester, Roland Innsbruck University
Whitaker, Ben University of Leeds 8/6
8/12
Y
Woo, Kyung Chul KAIST
Wrede, Eckart Durham University 8/6
8/12
Y

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