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FemtoMat 2017

7th European Conference on
Applications of Femtosecond Lasers in Materials Science

FemtoMat 2017

March 20-22, 2017
Mauterndorf Castle, Mauterndorf (Salzburg), Austria

A topical conference devoted exclusively to the present status and application of femtosecond lasers in materials science:
Basic aspects and manufacturing, electronic, sensor, optoelectronic and biomedical applications, nanoscience, etc.


Registration form: http://www.esg-nano.ac.at/registration
Abstract submission deadline: February 13, 2017
Abstract decision notification: February 20, 2017
Registration deadline: March 10, 2017


P. Balling
(Aarhus University, DK)
Ultrashort-pulse laser excitation of materials: Fundamentals and applications
M. Böhmler
(neaspec GmbH, D)
Ultra-fast nano-FTIR spectroscopy: A new time-resolved view to the nanoworld
A. Bulgakov
(S.S. Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics SB RAS, RUS)
Acceleration of ions emitted from ultrashort-laser-irradiated surfaces in the photoelectron-induced electric field
N.M. Bulgakova
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Strength of laser-energy coupling to transparent dielectrics from ultrashort pulses with spatiotemporal features: Understanding and prediction through numerical modeling
P. Dombi
(Wigner Research Centre for Physics and ELI-ALPS, HU)
Measurement of nanoplasmonic field enhancement with ultrafast photoemission
A. Fuerbach
(Macquarie University, AUS)
Femtosecond laser direct-writing of integrated photonic devices
C. Grigoropoulos
(University of California, Berkeley, USA)
Ultrafast laser two- and three-dimensional nano patterning
E.L. Gurevich
(Ruhr-Universität Bochum, D)
Combined hydrodynamic-plasmonic model of the laser induced periodic surface structures (LIPSS) formation
R. Haglund
(Vanderbilt University, USA)
A Nanostructured metadevice based on phase-changing oxide
H.P. Huber
(Munich University of Applied Sciences, D)
Towards a better understanding of ultrafast laser processing of metals by experimental and simulated transient studies of reflectivity and absorption
T. Itina
(University of Lyon, F)
Ultra-short laser structuring of glasses: Predictive modeling insights
A. Kanaev
(Paris 13 University, F)
Surface structuring of semiconductors in the regime of high-density electronic excitation
J. Krüger
(Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung BAM, D)
Femtosecond laser pulses for photovoltaic bottom-up strategies
M. Meunier
(École Polytechnique de Montréal, CA)
Femtosecond interaction with plasmonic nanomaterials: Fundamentals and applications in nanomedecine
G. O'Connor
(National University of Ireland Galway, IRL)
Nanostructure-enabled precision structuring using ultrashort laser processes
W. Perrie
(University of Liverpool, UK)
Femtosecond inscription inside poly-methyl pentene with numerical aperture, wavelength and with polarised helical beams carrying orbital and spin angular momentum
M. Pfeifenberger
(Austrian Academy of Sciences, A)
The use of a femtosecond laser for rapid micro-mechanical sample preparation
C. Plamadeala
(Johannes Kepler University Linz, A)
Bio-inspired microstructures for directional transport of liquids fabricated by two-photon polymerization
B. Rethfeld
(Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, D)
Relaxation cascade of laser-excited electrons in solids
W. Rudolph
(University of New Mexico, USA)
Nonlinear optical elements based on aperiodic dielectric layers - frequency tripling mirror (FTM)
M. Sentis
(Aix-Marseille University, F)
Femtosecond laser pulse energy deposition in fused silica
P. Simon
(Laser-Laboratorium Göttingen e.V., D)
Nano-structure formation on gold and silicon surfaces by laser irradiation
K. Sokolowski-Tinten
(Universität Duisburg-Essen, D)
Ultrafast MeV electron diffraction studies of energy relaxation and transport in laser-excited thin film heterostructures
C. Spielmann
(Friedrich Schiller University, D)
Interaction of nanostructured materials with intense mid-IR pulses
R. Stoian
(Université Jean Monnet, F)
Processing materials beyond diffraction limit using designer ultrafast laser radiation
T. Winkler
(University of Kassel, D)
Laser amplification in laser excited dielectric materials
L.V. Zhigilei
(University of Virginia, USA)
Computational study of the generation of nanoparticles and surface nanocrystallization by short pulse laser irradiation of metal targets in liquid environment


  Monday, March 20, 2017 Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Wednesday, March 22, 2017
830 - 845 Registration Lecture 9
C. Spielmann
Lecture 21
C. Grigoropoulos
845 - 900
900 - 915 Opening Lecture 10
M. Meunier
Lecture 22
G. O'Connor
915 - 930 Lecture 1
M. Sentis
930 - 945 Lecture 11
A. Kanaev
Lecture 23
P. Simon
945 - 1000 Lecture 2
R. Stoian
1000 - 1015 Lecture 12
B. Rethfeld
Lecture 24
A. Bulgakov
1015 - 1030 Lecture 3
N.M. Bulgakova
1030 - 1045 Coffee Coffee
1045 - 1100 Posters:
Short lectures
and session
Lecture 13
P. Balling
Lecture 25
M. Böhmler
1100 - 1115
1115 - 1130 Lecture 14
L.V. Zhigilei
Lecture 26
C. Plamadeala
1130 - 1145
1145 - 1200 Lecture 15
A. Fuehrbach
Lecture 27
R. Haglund
1200 - 1215
1215 - 1230   Closing remarks
1630 - 1645 Coffee Coffee  
1645 - 1700 Lecture 4
K. Sokolowski-Tinten
Lecture 16
W. Rudolph
1700 - 1715
1715 - 1730 Lecture 5
H.P. Huber
Lecture 17
T. Winkler
1730 - 1745
1745 - 1800 Lecture 6
W. Perrie
Lecture 18
E. Gurevich
1800 - 1815
1815 - 1830 Lecture 7
J. Krüger
Lecture 19
T. Itina
1830 - 1845
1845 - 1900 Lecture 8
M. Pfeifenberger
Lecture 20
P. Dombi
1900 - 1915


FemtoMat 2017 will be organized together with the Nano and Photonics Conference Mauterndorf 2017 at the same venue.
March 22-25, 2017
Internet: http://www.nanoandphotonics.at/