Dear colleague

This is the first announcement of the CECAM school on “New Computational Methods for Attosecond Molecular Processes” that will take place in Zaragoza, Spain, on March 26-29, 2019.
 
The purpose of this school is to introduce state-of-the-art ab-initio, hybrid and TDDFT numerical methods that can cope with ultra-fast dynamics in the electronic continuum of molecules, with an emphasis on unbound states in strong-fields and on the need to go beyond single-active-electron models to properly account for electron correlation. The course is directed to advanced master students, PhD students and young post-doctoral researchers in theoretical atomic and molecular physics, theoretical chemistry, quantum optics and applied mathematics, with an interest in using and developing new computational tools for the description of attosecond electron dynamics in systems of chemical interest.
 
The school will be organized in 4 theoretical sessions and 4 practical sessions in the computer lab. The speakers participating in this training will be: Alberto Castro (BIFI, Zaragoza), Mikhail Ivanov (Max Born Institute, Berlin), Fernando Martín (Autonomous University of Madrid), Felipe Morales (Max Born Institute, Berlin), Alicia Palacios (Autonomous University of Madrid), Serguei Patchkovskii (Max Born Institute, Berlin), Armin Scrinzi (Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich), and Olga Smirnova (Max Born Institute, Berlin).
 
Registration to the school will be FREE and will open in January 2019. Cheap accommodation at university facilities will be available. 

If you are interested in attending the school, please mark these dates in your agenda (March 26-29, 2019) and stay tuned for the second announcement to be delivered in January 2019.

Best wishes

Fernando Martín
Departamento de Química, Módulo13
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
28049 Madrid
Spain
http://campusys.qui.uam.es
http://www.xchem.uam.es/xchem/
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