The activity of WG2 focuses on computational tools for the description of attosecond electron and nuclear dynamics and its goal is the development or adaptation of new theoretical techniques for the description and imaging of ionization and electron dynamics in molecules.
The topic of the workshop: Models and numerical methods for the description of ionization and electron dynamics in molecules.
Faculty of Physics, Babeș-Bolyai University
Prof. Ladislau Nagy | Dr. Sándor Borbély | Dr. Ferenc Járai-Szabó | Dr. Katalin Nagy-Póra | Dr. Tóth István
questions about COST rules: attochem.ghmanageruam.es
questions to local organizers: lnagyphys.ubbcluj.ro
The conference has been organized on the ZOOM platform.
The recorded presentations are available on the ATTOCHEM Youtube channel
Registration for speakers: December 16, 2020
Abstract submission: January 20, 2021
Registration for other participants: January 20, 2021
The Book of Abstracts is published: download from here
Hours are in Central European Time (CET)
Chair: Fernando Martín
1000–1040 The time-dependent two-particle reduced density matrix method1200-1230 Meet the speaker
1040–1120 From low-energy nonadiabatic dynamics to attochemistry1200-1230 Meet the speaker
1120–1200 Fano meets Nuclei — How nuclear degrees of freedom influence time-resolved spectroscopy of electronic decay processes1200-1230 Meet the speaker
Chair: Stefanie Gräfe
1330–1410 Promises of Auxiliary DFT to investigate radiation chemistry problems1540-1610 Meet the speaker
1410–1440 Implementation and validation of the relativistic transient absorption theory within the dipole approximation1540-1610 Meet the speaker
1440–1510 Control of electron-nuclear dynamics with IR pulse: simulation with Quantum-Ehrenfest1540-1610 Meet the speaker
1510–1540 Laser-field induced channel closings in molecular excitation1540-1610 Meet the speaker
Chair: Nicolas Sisourat
1000–1040 Many-electron effects of strong-field ionization described in an exact one-electron theory1200-1230 Meet the speaker
1040–1120 The XChem code: molecular-frame photoelectron angular distributions1200-1230 Meet the speaker
1120–1200 Quantum mechanical simulations of attosecond XUV ionisation dynamics using atomic and molecular model systems1200-1230 Meet the speaker
Chair: Aurora Ponzi
1330–1410 A more detailed look into enhanced ionization in intense laser fields1540-1610 Meet the speaker
1410–1440 Multiphoton ionization of few-electron systems: amplitudes and cross sections1540-1610 Meet the speaker
1440–1510 Wave function splitting technique used for the study of interference effects1540-1610 Meet the speaker
1510–1540 Quantum dynamics in systems with weak and strong couplings. The special case of Ag2-1540-1610 Meet the speaker
Chair: Graham Worth
1000–1040 R-matrix approaches to molecular photoionization1210-1240 Meet the speaker
1040–1110 Ultrafast non-adiabatic dynamics in molecules following ionization1210-1240 Meet the speaker
1110–1140 Macroscopic modeling of attosecond pulse generation1210-1240 Meet the speaker
1140–1210 "Molecular delay" is Wigner delay1210-1240 Meet the speaker
Chair: Ladislau Nagy
1340–1410 Localization of Siegert states in multi-electron molecular R-matrix calculations and applications to analysis of dissociative electron attachment in pyrrole1520-1550 Meet the speaker
1410–1440 Probing strong-field two-photon transitions through dynamic interference1520-1550 Meet the speaker
1440–1510 Theoretical Description of Photoionization Observables1520-1550 Meet the speaker
1510–1520 Closing remarks
The meeting will take place on ZOOM platform. There will be one single access link for all sessions during the entire conference and it will be published on the webpage. The access code will be provided to the registered participants by email on Tuesday, 16th February.
The Zoom Client for Meetings is available for download here: download zoom client.
All participants should provide to the Zoom client their full name (which will be visible to the other participants of the meeting).
Authors with oral presentations should use the Share screen option of the ZOOM platform
All speakers, who wish to test screen sharing and presenting in Zoom, are welcome to join a free pre-conference Zoom meeting on Tuesday, 16th February between 3 and 4 pm (CET).
All chairs, who wish to discuss the technical details of the session, are welcome to to join a free pre-conference Zoom meeting on Tuesday, 16th February between 2.30 and 3 pm (CET).
During conference presentations the audience is kindly asked to keep the microphone muted.
The discussion is managed by the Chair of the session. If a participant wants to address a question, the Raise hand button has to be clicked either from Reactions menu or from the Participants list.
After each session there will be Discussion Rooms (“Meet the speaker”) at the Zoom platform, where the registered participants can discuss with each speaker from the session. The links for these discussion rooms will be provided on the web page of the meeting in the program section. The passcode will be sent to each registered participant (the same as for the meeting).
The meeting is interactive only for registered participants. However, the sessions are streamed live for a larger public on YouTube.