17. June 2019

Program

Plenary Speaker

Stefan Hell

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry / Goettingen, Germany

“MINFLUX Nanoscopy: Superresolution post Nobel”

Keynote Speaker

Gert-Jan Bakker

Radboud University Medical Center / Nijmegen, The Netherlands

“Deep 2-, 3-, and 4-photon microscopy in skin tumor models with excitation in the 1700 nm spectral window”

Gabriele Bixel

Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine / Muenster, Germany

“Intravital multiphoton imaging of cellular dynamics in the bone marrow microenvironment”


Peter Hamm

University of Zurich, Department of Chemistry / Zurich, Switzerland

“A Nonequilibrium Approach to Allosteric Communication”

Ferenc Krausz & Mihaela Žigman

Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics / Garching, Germany

“ATTOSECOND SCIENCE
From Basic Research to Cancer Detection”


Rienk van Grondelle

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“The Quantum Design of Photosynthesis”

Marloes Groot

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Instant pathology with higher harmonic generation”


Elisabet Romero

Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia / Tarragona, Spain

“Two-Dimensional Electronic Spectroscopy: a Tool to Unravel Quantum Coherence”

Christian Spielmann

Friedrich Schiller University Jena / Jena, Germany

“Towards lensless imaging of biological samples with table-top XUV sources”


Marc Vrakking

Max Born Institute for Nonlinear Optics and Short Pulse Spectroscopy / Berlin, Germany

“Attosecond Science: Past, Present and Future”

Bettina Weigelin

Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen / Tübingen, Germany

“Intravital multiphoton and higher harmonic generation microscopy for visualizing tumor invasion and immunotherapy”


Mischa Bonn

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research / Mainz, Germany

“Quantitative Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Microspectroscopy”

Daniele Brida

University of Luxembourg / Luxembourg

“Ultrafast Er:fiber lasers and new routes to microscopy and spectroscopy”


Jochen Küpper

Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) / Hamburg, Germany

“Controlled molecules and nanoparticles”

R.J. Dwayne Miller

Max Planck Institute for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter / Hamburg, Germany

“Picosecond Infrared Laser (PIRL) Scalpel: Achieving Fundamental (Single Cell) Limits to Minimally Invasive Surgery and Biodiagnostics”


Wei Min

Columbia University / New York, USA

“Stimulated Raman scattering microscopy for biomedical imaging”

Fabio Novelli

Ruhr University Bochum / Bochum, Germany

“Transient Alignment of Liquid Water”


Stefan Witte

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam / Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Spectroscopic lensless imaging: from visible to soft-X-ray wavelengths”

Maria Chernysheva

Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology / Jena, Germany

“Tailoring performance of ultrafast fibre lasers for applications in surgery and diagnostics”


Tom Oliver

University of Bristol / Bristol, United Kingdom

“Photoprotection in crop species and iridescent plants”

Gerhard G. Paulus

Friedrich Schiller University Jena / Jena, Germany

“XUV coherence tomography for cross-sectional nanoscale imaging”


Francesco S. Pavone

LENS-University of Florence / Sesto Fiorentino, Italy

“Large area functional and structural non linear brain imaging”

Hervé Rigneault

Institut Fresnel / Marseille, France

“Multiphoton Imaging Endoscopy”


Maria Wächtler

Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology / Jena, Germany

“Charge-carrier dynamics in semiconductor/ metal hybrid nanostructures for light-driven catalysis”

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