Dr.A. Emmanouilidou

Atto-FEL 2022

The Atto-FEL 2022 conference on Attosecond and Free-Electron Laser Science will take place June 27-30 at University College London. The event will take place at the UCL campus located at central London. This is the third edition of the conference, with previous editions being Atto-FEL 2014 and Atto-FEL 2018. Please note that the previous 2 editions were 3-day events while Atto-FEL 2022 will be a 4-day event. The event will take place at Roberts Building, Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre G06. Please note that there will be a poster session and a talk open to the public that will be delivered by Prof. Paul Corkum.

The organizing committee for Atto-FEL 2022 is:

  • Chair: Agapi Emmanouilidou
  • Paul Corkum
  • Eleftherios Goulielmakis
  • Boris Bergues

The program of the Atto-FEL 2022 conference can be found here:
Program Atto-FEL 2022

Registration deadline was end of February 2022. The registration fee is 200 pounds. Registration is now closed. The link for registration was :

Abstracts are no longer accepted for Atto-FEL 2022.

Early Career Researchers were particularly encouraged to submit an abstract. From the abstracts submiited, we will select a few abstracts for oral presentation, while the rest will be presented in the poster session. Submission deadline for abstracts was end of February 2022.

Many thanks to our main sponsor the EPSRC funding body, under project EP/W005352/1 and UK AMOR.

The preliminary list of invited speakers is as follows:

Name: University Country
Paul Corkum University of Ottawa Canada
Mauro Nisoli Politechnico of Milano Italy
Linda Reichl University of Texas at Austin USA
Thomas Pfeifer Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg Germany
Ravi Bhardwaj University of Ottawa Canada
Simon Hooker University of Oxford UK
Nora Berrah University of Connecticut USA
Caterina Vozzi Institute for Photonics and Nanotechnologies of the NRC Italy
Marc Vrakking Max Born Institute, Berlin Germany
Eva Lindroth Stockholm University Sweden
Martin Schultze Graz University of Technology Austria
Thomas Brabec University of Ottawa Canada
Agniesca Jaron University of Colorado Boulder USA
Georgios Katsoulis University College London UK
Olga Smirnova Max Born Institute Germany
Stephen Hogan University College London UK
Dimitris Charalambidis Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas Greece
Itzik Ben-Itzhak Kansas State University USA
Amelle Zair King's College London UK
Hugo Van Der Haart Queen's University Belfast UK
Vinay Majety Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati India
Nimrod Moiseyev Technion University Israel
Lenz Cederbaum University of Heidelberg Germany
Boris Bergues Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics Germany
Eleftherios Goulielmakis University of Rostock Germany
Jan Michael Rost Max Planck Institute for Complex Systems Germany
Gilad Markus Hebrew University of Jerulasem Israel
James Cryan Stanford University USA
Minns Russell University of Southampton UK
Peter Lambropoulos University of Crete Greece
Robert Moshammer Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics Germany
Giles Doumy Argonne National Laboratory USA
Bernd Shuette Max Born Institute Germany