Conference programme

Suggested duration for talks (talk + questions/discussion): Plenary talks: 35 + 10 mins, Invited talks: 25 + 5 mins, Contributed talks: 15 + 5 mins. Preferred formats of talks are PowerPoint or pdf since these are available on the laptops in the lecture halls.

You can download the whole program, including separate pages for each day, from below:

    Plenary session speakers

    Plenary I: FEL, HHG, and dynamics
    Hyunjung Kim (Sogang University, Korea)
    Linda Young (Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago, USA)

    Plenary II: Correlated systems, spin and magnetism
    Takeshi Kondo (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
    Di-Jing Huang (National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Taiwan)

    Plenary III: Materials & chemical sciences, ambient pressure, liquids, and AMO
    Thomas Pfeifer (Max Planck Institute Heidelberg, Germany) 
    Simone Techert (DESY, Germany)

    Plenary IV: Theory
    Michael Odelius (Stockholm University, Sweden)
    Patrick Rinke (Aalto University, Finland)

    Plenary V: Imaging, spectromicroscopy, HAXPES, STM & related techniques
    Tomohiro Matsushita (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
    Gerd Schönhense (University of Mainz, Germany)

    Invited speakers

    SessionInvited speakerAffiliationTitle
    AMODr. Oksana PlekanElettra Sincrotrone Trieste, ItalyProbing molecular dynamics of uracil by time-resolved X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy
    Dynamics, FEL,
    Prof. David ReisStanford University, USAUsing x-ray FELs to imagine strong-field optical processes
    Dynamics, FEL,
    Dr. Valerie BlanchetLe Centre Lasers Intenses
    et Applications (CELIA),
    Bordeaux, France
    Dynamical interplay between molecular chirality and electrons
    Spin & magnetismProf. Bum Joon KimPohang University of Science
    and Technology,
    Republic of Korea
    Quantum spin nematic phase in Sr2IrO4
    Material and surface scienceProf. Regina DittmannForschungszentrum Jülich, GermanyUncovering switching and failure mechanisms of redox-based memristive devices by in-situ spectroscopy
    Material and surface scienceProf. Shuyun ZhouTsinghua University, Beijing, ChinaFloquet engineering of a model semiconductor
    RIXSProf. Yoshihisa HaradaThe University of Tokyo, JapanSoft X-ray Emission Spectroscopy of Water at Interfaces
    RIXSDr. Wanli YangLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USASoft X-ray RIXS studies of energy storage materials
    Correlated systems and superconductorsProf. Dong-Lai FengFudan University, ChinaStrong electron-boson interactions in correlated superconductors and magnetic materials
    Correlated systems and superconductorsProf. Kyoko IshizakaThe University of Tokyo, JapanARPES study on 2 dimensional quantum materials
    Ambient and in situ spectroscopyProf. Hendrik BluhmFritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, GermanyInvestigation of Liquid-Vapor Interfaces Using Photoelectron Spectroscopy
    HAXPESDr. Tatiana MarchenkoSorbonne University, Paris, FranceHard and Tender X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy probing photoionization dynamics
    HAXPESDr. Aki PulkkinenUniversity of West Bohemia, Plzeň, CzechiaTheoretical description of soft and hard x-ray photoemission spectroscopy using the one-step model of photoemission
    Spectromicroscopy & microspectroscopyProf. Stephen UrquhartUniversity of Saskatchewan, CanadaExploring Phase in Soft X-ray Spectroptychography
    Spectromicroscopy & microspectroscopyProf. Koichi HayashiNagoya Institute of Technology, JapanApplications of X-ray/neutron holography to semiconductor defect evaluations
    TheoryProf. Nađa DošlićRuđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb, CroatiaEfficient simulation of photoelectron spectra with trajectory surface hopping
    TheoryProf. Yao WangClemson University, USAUltrafast Control of Entanglement Enabled by Time-Resolved RIXS
    Liquids and chemistryProf. Arnaldo Naves de BritoState University of Campinas, BrazilInsights into solvated nanocrystal molecular surfaces via micro-jet electron spectroscopy
    STM and related techniquesAssistant Prof. Antonija Grubišić-ČaboUniversity of Groningen, The NetherlandsKinetic In-situ Synthesis (KISS) technique of large-area 2D materials
    Environmental molecular scienceProf. Markus AmmannPaul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, SwitzerlandMolecular Environmental Surface Science
    Chuck Fadley memorial
    Prof.Hiroshi DaimonNara Institute of Science and Technology, JapanProgress of atomic-resolution holography and new analyzer CoDELMA
    Prof. Michel van HoveHong Kong Baptist University, Hong KongMemories of the 1990s and 2000s
    Prof. Slavomir NemsakLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USAPhotoelectron spectroscopy modalities for studying complex materials
    Prof. Eli RotenbergLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USAIn Operando Measurements on Complex Materials Explored With nanoARPES
    Prof. John. J. RehrUniversity of Washington, USARehr-Albers approach to Photoelectron Diffraction