Tuesday overview

8:00-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:15 Opening remarks and welcome
9:15-10:45 TU-1: Relativistic THz and attosecond science
9:15-9:45 TU-1.1: Katsumi Midorikawa – The third generation attosecond light source
9:45-10:10 TU-1.2: Luc Bergé – Ultrastrong terahertz pulses produced by relativistic laser-matter interactions
10:10-10:35 TU-1.3: Tae Gyu Pak – Multi-millijoule terahertz emission from relativistic plasmas
10:35-11:00 Refreshment break
11:00-12:15 TU-2: THz interactions with nanoscale and molecular systems
11:00-11:25 TU-2.1: Mike Ruggiero – Jumping Crystals – Terahertz Phonons Dictate Macroscopic Mechanical Dynamics in Organic Materials
11:25-11:50 TU-2.2: Hyeong-Ryeol Park – Terahertz dynamics of two-dimensional water layer within nanoresonators
11:50-12:15 TU-2.3: Weiwei Liu – Micro-nano scale THz nonlinearity excited by femtosecond laser filamentation
10:35-11:00 Lunch
13:30-15:35 TU-3: Biological and medical applications
13:30-13:55 TU-3.1: Emma MacPherson – THz in vivo skin sensing – the largest study to date
13:55-14:20 TU-3.2: Toshihiro Kiwa – Toward Terahertz pathology: Detection of cancer cells by a terahertz chemical microscope
14:20-14:45 TU-3.3: Joo-Hiuk Son – Terahertz demethylation for cancer therapy
14:45-15:10 TU-3.4: Zachary Taylor – TBA
15:10-15:45 Refreshment break
15:45-16:10 TU-4.1: Nicholas Matlis – THz-powered linear accelerators
16:10-16:35 TU-4.2: Clara Saraceno – Advanced 2.1-µm femtosecond laser technology for improved conversion to the THz region
16:35-17:00 TU-4.3: Yutong Li – Generation and applications of strong terahertz driven by high-intensity lasers
17:00-17:25 TU-4.4: Stefan Skupin – Ionization-Induced THz Emission
17:25-17:50 TU-4.5: Fabian Rotermund – Recent progress in highly nonlinear organic crystals for THz wave generation
18:00-20:00 Welcome reception
20:00-?? Dinner (on your own)


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