Friday 22 June

9:00 - 10:50   Session 3
Chair: Emma Sokell, University College Dublin, Ireland

9:00    (Invited) Full ab-initio many-electron simulation of attosecond molecular pump-probe spectroscopy
Vitali Averbukh, Imperial College London, UK

9:50   XUV - UV spectroscopy in atoms and molecules
Gabriel Karras, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK

10:10   Core-excited resonances in molecules of biological relevance 
Alexandra Loupas, Open University, UK

10:30   Measurements of absolute differential positronium-formation cross sections
Andrea Loreti, University College London, UK

10:50- 11:20   Tea and Coffee

11:40- 13:30   Session 4
Chair: Carla Faria, University College London, UK

11:40   (Invited) Spherical cavity: a theorist's tool to study matter-antimatter interactions
Gleb Gribakin, Queen's University Belfast, UK

12:30   Simulating low-energy atom-atom scattering with the R-matrix
Tom Rivlin, University College London, UK

12:50   Tunnel splittings in water clusters 
Cristophe Vaillant, University of Cambridge, UK

13:10   (Invited) Spectroscopy of medium- and high-z ions to support applications in the extreme ultraviolet
Gerry O'Sullivan, Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK

14:00   Close

14:30-15.00   AMIG Committee Meeting/ UCL Lab Tours

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline
    25 May 2018
  • Registration deadline:
    14 June 2018