The workshop will cover the study of light-induced processes in crystalline solids on timescales of hours to femtoseconds.
· Chemical reactions, linkage isomers, and photoinduced molecular excited states
· Experimental techniques used for in-house experiments at high intensity sources, at synchrotron beamlines, and at Free-Electron Laser sources· New computational techniques for processing time-resolved data
· Interpretation of the results
The program will consist of lectures, software exercises, a poster session, and demonstrations. The workshop will open with a welcoming reception on the evening of Sunday, June 16th and close in the morning of June 20th.
Class size is limited to 45 participants. Registration deadline is April 1st or until the workshop is filled.
Philip Coppens, general organization
Elzbieta Trzop and Bertrand Fournier, software exercises
Lisa Zimmerman, organization and facilities
International Advisory Committee
Eric Collet, Professor, University of Rennes, France
Masaki Takata, Professor, University of Tokyo, Japan
Registration $320.‐ including housing; $180 without housing. Students $270/$130. The fees have increased slightly due to an adjustment in 2013 university housing rates.