We are pleased to announce that a unique event gathering the international leaders in the field of Diamond Photonics will take place on the campus from May 19 to 22, 2019: www.diamondphotonics.org
Diamond is an emerging wonder-material attracting growing interest from scientists and companies of different horizons for its exceptional properties.
The topics covered by the symposium include:
- Quantum information processing with diamond
- Quantum sensing (for life science, material science, metrology, etc.)
- Color centers in diamond
- Nanostructuring and growth of diamond
- Integrated diamond nanophotonics
Click here for the pdf version of the poster.
ISUS 2018, November 28-30, 2018, Lausanne, Switzerland
The landscape in Ultrafast Science has dramatically evolved in the past 10-15 years. In addition to large scale installations such as Free electron lasers, several major developments have been achieved with table-top laser systems, being for generating pulsed radiation spanning from the Terahertz (THz) to the X-ray range or for generating ultrashort pulses of electrons. Most important, these technological developments have allowed new methods to be implemented and/or significantly improved. These developments are accompanied by no less dramatic ones in the field of theoretical concepts and modellings. The field of Ultrafast Science is witnessing a new era and there is not a year in which some new methods or new scientific breakthroughs are achieved. The purpose of the symposium is to gather the top specialists in the field of Ultrafast Science, who are pioneers in the development of new methods but those who applied them to solve crucial scientific questions in Chemistry, Biology, Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science.
The Local Organisers are delighted to invite you to the “International Symposium on Ultrafast Science: From the infrared to the X-rays” to be held in Lausanne, November 28-30, 2018, at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale of Lausanne, Switzerland.
We look forward to welcoming you in Lausanne on this occasion.
Confirmed invited speakers :
J. Dubochet (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland) 2017 Chemistry Nobel Laureate
E. Baldini (MIT, Boston, USA)
C. Bressler (European XFEL, Hamburg, Germany)
F. Carbone (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
C. Daniel (University of Strasbourg, France)
Th. Elsaesser (MBI, Berlin, Germany)
T. Feurer (University of Bern, Switzerland)
S. Haacke (University of Strasbourg, France)
J. Helbing (University of Zürich, Switzerland)
J. Hynes (University of Colorado-Boulder, USA and Ecole Normale Supérieure, France)
J. Marangos (Imperial College London, UK)
J. Mesot (PSI, Villigen, Switzerland)
Ch. Milne (PSI, Villigen, Switzerland)
S. Mukamel (University of California, Irvine, USA)
M. Murnane (University of Colorado-Boulder, USA)
T. Penfold (Newcastle University, UK)
A. Rubio (Max-Planck-Institute, Hamburg, Germany)
A. Stolow (University of Ottawa, Canada)
M. Wolf (Fritz-Haber-Institute, Berlin, Germany)
- The LACUS day took place on February 14, 2018 at EPFL with a selection of international and LACUS speakers .
The LACUS Inauguration Symposium
The event was opened by Prof. Andreas Mortensen, Vice-provost for Research
Here with Prof. Majed Chergui, the founder of Lacus
The First speaker of the symposium was Prof. Theodor Hänsch, Nobel Prize winner in Physics (2005)
For more photos:
Mediatheque.epfl.ch (Alain Herzog)
The organizing committee extends a cordial invitation to you to come to Neuchâtel to attend the 2nd workshop on Ultrafast Laser Modifications of Materials.
The workshop model is a single session conference with mainly invited talks, supplemented by a few selected oral talks from abstract submissions and a solid poster sessions. The primary objectives is to gather experts, students and young researchers in a remote, stimulating and mind-lifting environment where participants will have a chance to present their lastest results, to interact and to exchange ideas on the exciting topic of ultrafast laser modificaiton of materials.
The symposium will take place in the beautiful and historical city of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, from the 13th to the 16th June 2016. It will be hosted by Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), in the new Microcity building. More detailed about the venue can be found here.
Topics of particular interest:
Ultrafast Laser-matter interactions
Laser-induced phase transformation
3D microfabrication processes through laser exposure and subsequent chemical etching
Applications in Integrated optics, optofluidics, optemechanics
The latest achievements in ultrafast electron and X-ray diffraction, spectroscopy and imaging have enabled to follow the evolution of a variety of systems during phase transitions, structural transformations and chemical reactions.
The scope of the workshop is to discuss the next frontier of ultrafast science regarding the advances of both electrons and photons based techniques with a special focus on the necessary cross-feeding between them.
Emphasis will be put on the complementary aspects of ultrafast electron microscopy and X-FEL based diffractive imaging techniques and on the future perspective of broadening the applicability of these tools by considering X-rays also as a chemically selective photo excitation and combining fs-X-ray beams with fs electron beams in an ad hoc modified Transmission Electron Microscope.
The program will comprise invited keynote lectures and poster presentations.
Topics will include Light-induced control of nanostructures, Novel approaches to the generation of ultrafast electron beams, Dynamical studies of soft matter and biological aggregates, Ultrafast and spin-resolved phenomena in strongly correlated systems, Theory and simulation of ultrafast phenomena, FEL-based approaches, Complementarity between X-rays and electrons based techniques.
The workshop is open to all contributions (from theoretical, experimental, and simulation methods).
Deadline for submission of a two page abstract is January 7, 2016. Registration is due by January 20, 2016.
We aim at providing a forum where highly reputed invited speakers and younger researchers can exchange knowledge and fruitfully discuss on progresses in the fields, to stimulate novel research and new collaborations, and to foresee instrumental upgrades.