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FemtoMat 2022

9th International Conference on
Applications of Femtosecond Lasers in Materials Science

FemtoMat 2022

March 14-16, 2022
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.

 

Lectures
Leonid Zhigilei
(University of Virginia, USA)
Computational study of nonlinear propagation of laser-induced acoustic waves and acoustic activation of surface processesL01
Nadezhda Bulgakova
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Modeling of ultrafast laser interaction with silicon: Critical assessment of excited processes through comparison of simulations with experimentL02
Bärbel Rethfeld
(TU Kaiserslautern, DE)
Role of surface plasmon polaritons in ultrafast nanostructuring and nanophotonicsL03
Walter Pfeiffer
(University of Bielefeld, DE)
Attosecond dynamics in solids after photoexcitation as a benchmark for our understanding of complex quantum systemsL04
Thibault Derrien
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Ultrafast excitation of electrons in crystals: insights from non-equilibrium band structure calculationsL05
Jens Biegert
(ICFO, ES)
Real-time interaction of photons, carriers and lattice with attosecond soft X-ray spectroscopyL06
Goran Erik Hallum
(HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences, DE)
Dynamics of ultrafast indium tin oxide ablationL07
Martin Aeschlimann
(TU Kaiserslautern, DE)
Ultrafast Surface Science with Light carrying Orbital Angular MomentumL08
Wolfgang Kautek
(University of Vienna, AT)
Femtosecond laser generation of binary metallic oxide nanoparticles for applications in medical imaging diagnosisL09
Razvan Stoian
(Université Jean Monnet, FR)
Non-diffractive ultrafast laser beams for advanced material processingL10
Gert-Willem Römer
(University of Twente, NL)
Ultrashort pulsed laser processing of sapphire and subsequent isotropic and anisotropic wet chemical etchingL11
Cyril Mauclair
(Université Jean Monnet, FR)
Ultrafast laser surface and bulk processing: the interest and challenges of spatial beam control and in-situ characterizationL12
Alexander Bulgakov
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Dual wavelength femtosecond laser-induced damage and ablation of siliconL13
Nicolas Sanner
(Aix-Marseille Université, FR)
Processing arrays of deep nanoholes at the surface of glass by short-length micro-Bessel beamsL14
Jan Gerrit Horstmann
(Max Planck Institute of Multidisciplinary Sciences, DE)
Ultrafast probing and coherent vibrational control of surface structural phase transitionsL15
Emmanuel Stratakis
(IESL - FORTH, GR)
Ultrafast laser fabrication of biomimetic surfacesL16
Francois Courvoisier
(FEMTO-ST, FR)
Resonance absorption and second harmonic generation on laser-induced nanoplasmasL17
Jan Hrabovsky
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Formation of tubular structures and microneedles on silicon surface by doughnut-shaped ultrashort laser pulsesL18
Stefan Haessler
(ENSTA Paris, FR)
Ultra-high intensity laser-driven plasma mirrors as light and particle sourcesL19
Johannes Heitz
(Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Micro- and Nanopatterning of Bionic MaterialsL20
Aleksandr Ovsianikov
(TU Wien, AT)
High Resolution 3D Printing and Bioprinting with Femtosecond LasersL21
Peter Banzer
(TU Graz, AT)
Nanoscale Structured Light-Matter Interactions – Unique Applications and Promising OpportunitiesL22
János Hebling
(University of Pécs, HU)
Ultrashort THz pulse generation and time resolved measurements in the THz range on solids and biological materialsL23
X. Sedao
(Université Jean Monnet, FR)
Ultrafast Laser Micro and Nanoprocessing for Biomedical ApplicationsL24
Maximilian Spellauge
(HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences, DE)
Comparison of the ablation dynamics of gold immersed in air and water by pump-probe microscopyL25
Peter Balling
(Aarhus University, DK)
Ultrashort-pulse laser excitation of dielectric materials: New knowledge from thin samples?L26
Nikolaos Giannakaris
(Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Femtosecond Single-Pulse and Orthogonal Double-Pulse Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS): Femtogram Mass Detection and Chemical Imaging with Micrometer Spatial ResolutionL27
Stella Maragkaki
(IESL - FORTH, GR)
LIPSS on pre-patterned surfacesL28
David Redka
(HM Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences, DE)
The role of early mechanical surface expansion for the pulse duration dependency of the ablation efficiency in the CrMnFeCoNi high-entropy alloyL29
Cristian Sarpe
(University of Kassel, DE)
Identifying malignant tissue using fs-LIBS and machine learning algorithmsL30
Markus Huber
(University of Regensburg, DE)
Femtosecond nano-videography of charge carrier dynamics in atomic-scale systemsL31

 

Program
  Monday, March 14, 2022 Tuesday, March 15, 2022 Wednesday, March 16, 2022
830 - 845 Registration    
845 - 900
900 - 915 Opening and greetings Lecture 10
Stoian
Lecture 22
Banzer
915 - 930 Lecture 1
Zhigilei
930 - 945 Lecture 11
Römer
Lecture 23
Hebling
945 - 1000 Lecture 2
Bulgakova
1000 - 1015 Lecture 12
Mauclair
Lecture 24
Sedao
1015 - 1030 Posters:
Short lectures and session

with coffee
1030 - 1045 Coffee Coffee
1045 - 1100 Lecture 13
Bulgakov
Lecture 25
Spellauge
1100 - 1115
1115 - 1130 Lecture 14
Sanner
Lecture 26
Balling
1130 - 1145
1145 - 1200 Lecture 3
Rethfeld
Lecture 15
Horstmann
Lecture 27
Giannakaris
1200 - 1215
  Free discussion Free discussion Free discussion
1700 - 1715 Coffee Coffee Coffee
1715 - 1730 Lecture 4
Pfeiffer
Lecture 16
Stratakis
Lecture 28
Maragkaki
1730 - 1745
1745 - 1800 Lecture 5
Derrien
Lecture 17
Courvoisier
Lecture 29
Redka
1800 - 1815
1815 - 1830 Lecture 6
Biegert
Lecture 18
Hrabovsky
Lecture 30
Sarpe
1830 - 1845
1845 - 1900 Coffee Coffee Coffee
1900 - 1915 Lecture 7
Hallum
Lecture 19
Haessler
Lecture 31
Huber
1915 - 1930
1930 - 1945 Lecture 8
Aeschlimann
Lecture 20
Heitz
Closing remarks
1945 - 2000  
2000 - 2015 Lecture 9
Kautek
Lecture 21
Ovsianikov
2015 - 2030

 

Posters
Imene Benabdelghani
(University of Pécs, HU)
Measurement of Four Photon Absorption Coefficient in Lithium Niobate by Z-scan TechniqueP01
Stefan Binder
(TU Wien, AT)
Development and characterization of a resonant scanner based 2-photon polymerization printerP02
Franziska Chalupa-Gantner
(TU Wien, AT)
Material Characterisation of Up-Scaled 2PP StructuresP03
Ramela Ciobotea
(University of Kassel, DE)
Femtosecond laser cell surgery and wound healing on Drosophila embryosP04
Eva-Kathrin Ehmoser
(BOKU Wien, AT)
Nanoscopic Modular Systems for the Development of Cellular Uptake StrategiesP05
Miroslava Flimelová
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
A pulsed laser-based synthesis route for formation of Au/Si nanoparticles in distilled waterP06
Oleksandr Gatsa
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Spot size dependence of blister formation in picosecond-laser irradiation regime for blister-based LIFTP07
Johannes Gröbmeyer
(Walter Schottky Institut ZNN, DE)
Ultrafast hot charge carrier transport across graphene nano-gapsP08
Thomas Klar
(Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Sub-diffractional two photon lithography for 3D thrombocyte aggregation testingP09
Cyril Mauclair
(Université Jean Monnet, FR)
Femtosecond Laser Induced Surface Micro-Structure Building by Material Ejection and Ablation on Cu and AlP10
Martina Muck
(Johannes Kepler University Linz, AT)
Cell growth behavior on laser-structured screw-like medical implantsP11
Karolis Ratautas
(Center for Physical Sciences and Technology, LT)
Femtosecond laser activation of transparent dielectrics for selective chemical deposition of copper micro-traceP12
Tommaso Zandrini
(TU Wien, AT)
Multi-photon lithography on hydrogels for organ-on-chip applicationsP13
Leonid Zhigilei
(University of Virginia, USA)
Fluence dependence of the laser fragmentation of gold nanoparticles in liquids: Molecular dynamics studyP14
Martin Zukerstein
(HiLASE Centre, CZ)
Enhancement of Spectral Broadening in Fused Silica Using Femtosecond Vortex Laser PulsesP15

 

Committee
Dr. Oskar ArmbrusterUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, A
Prof. Eva EhmoserUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, A
Prof. Evgeny GurevichLaserzentrum FH Münster, D
Prof. Wolfgang KautekUniversity of Vienna, A
Prof. Thomas KlarJohannes Kepler University Linz, A
Dr. Aida NaghilouMedical University of Vienna, A

 

Past FemtoMats
FemtoMat 2022
FemtoMat 2019
FemtoMat 2017
FemtoMat 2015

 

Contact: Secretary General Dr. Oskar Armbruster: esg-nano@esg-nano.ac.at