Programme

Thursday 7 September

 
13:00     

Lunch (Terrace)

14:00    

Welcome (Botanic suite)

 

Session 1: Chair: Nigel Badnell

14:10   

(Invited) 4d – 4f photoabsorption in laser-produced thulium plasmas
Emma Sokell, University College Dublin, Ireland

15:00   

Stimulating electron competition with XUV-initiated high harmonic generation
Kathryn Hamilton, Queens University, Belfast, UK

15:20   

Quantum Trajectory Electron Holography in Above Threshold Ionisation
Andrew Maxwell, University College London, UK

15:40   

The Trans-Iron Distorted Wave Opacity Project (TIDWOP)
Simon Preval, University of Strathclyde, UK

16:00    

Refreshment break (Botanic Foyer)

 

Session 2: Chair:Simon Preval

16:30    

(Invited) The R-matrix with time-dependence method for strong-field, atomic physics
Hugo van der Hart, Queens University Belfast, UK

17:20    

Positron and electron scattering from H2O in a field-free interaction region
Rina Kadokura, University College London, UK

17:40    

Ground state configurations and theoretical soft x-ray emission of highly charged actinide ions
John Sheil, University College Dublin, Ireland

18:00    

Poster session (Terrace) 

19:30    

Conference dinner (Botanic suite)

   

Friday 8 September  

 

(Botanic suite)

Session 3: Chair: Carla Faria

09:00

(Invited) Photoelectron spectroscopy with high harmonics: source development and
Applications
Emma Springate, RAL, UK

09:50

Laser and Microwave Spectroscopy of Antihydrogen Atoms
Daniel Maxwell, University of Swansea, UK

10:10

Study of Tokamak Divertor Detachment Using Atomic Physics and Spectroscopy
Daljeet Gahle, University of Strathclyde, UK

10:30

Ab initio surface-hopping simulations of CS2 photodissociation dynamics
Darren Belshaw, University of Edinburgh, UK

10:50

Refreshment Break (Botanic Foyer) 

 

Session 4: Chair: Connor Ballance

11:20

(Invited) Quantifying the many collisional processes in high energy neutral beam models for magnetic fusion application
Martin O'Mullane, University of Strathclyde, UK

12:10

Unraveling the soft X-ray emission from the Sun
Giulio del Zanna, University of Cambridge, UK

12:30

Pump-probe simulation of CS2 and CHD: time-dependent photoionization
Maria Tudorovskaya, University of Edinburgh, UK

12:50

Electron-Impact Ionisation of Mo and Mo+ Using the R-matrix with Pseudostates Method
Michael Turkington, Queens University Belfast, UK

13:10

Lunch (Terrace) 

   

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline:
    30 July 2017 [extended]
  • Early registration deadline:
    14 August 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    31 August 2017

International Conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular, and Plasma Physics

This conference is in conjunction with QuAMP 2017. For more information please visit the conference website here.