Invited Speakers

List of invited speakers and titles:

  • Prof. Gilberte Chambaud (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, Paris, France): Interaction and reactivity of molecules on activated surfaces

  • Prof. Attila Császár (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary): Clusters in motion

  • Dr. Paolo De Natale (Istituto Nazionale di Ottica-CNR, Firenze, Italy): Combing molecules with light

  • Prof. Wolfgang Ernst (Graz University of Technology, Austria): Mixed metal clusters - core-shell structures, phase transitions, and nano alloying

  • Prof. Benny Gerber (University of Jerusalem, Israel): Mechanisms and dynamics of atmospheric reactions in clusters and in liquid water

  • Prof. Sonja Grubišić (University of Belgrade, Serbia): In silico design of new Metal Organic Frameworks for gas adsorption

  • Prof. Robert Hinde: (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA): Molecular dynamics in pristine and defective parahydrogen matrices

  • Prof. Majdi Hochlaf (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, Paris, France): Spectroscopy and dynamics of small molecular systems relevant for astrophysics, environment and biology

  • Prof. Takuro Ideguchi (University of Tokyo, Japan): High-speed mid-infrared spectroscopy and microscopy

  • Prof. Henrik Kjaergaard (University of Copenhagen, Denmark): Spectroscopy and Gibbs energy of bimolecular complexes

  • Prof. Jochen Küpper (University of Hamburg, Germany): Ultrafast dynamics in microsolvated biomolecules

  • Prof. Kari Laasonen (Aalto University, Espoo, Finland): Ab initio molecular dynamical simulations of electrochemical reactions – Hydrogen reactions on Pt(111) surface

  • Prof. Mats Larsson (University of Stockholm, Sweden): Symmetry Breaking and Chirality in Molecular Physics

  • Prof. Kevin Lehmann (University of Virginia, USA): Intracavity 2-photon and double resonance spectroscopies

  • Prof. Marius Lewerenz (Université Gustave Eiffel, Paris, France): Atomistic modelling of the dynamics of soft liquid nano-droplets

  • Prof. Dominik Marx (University of Bochum, Germany): Quantum solvation of fluxional molecules: from tagging to superfluid helium

  • Prof. Frédéric Merkt (ETH, Zürich, Switzerland): Cold ion chemistry within the orbit of a highly excited Rydberg electron

  • Prof. Klaus Müller-Dethlefs (University of Manchester, UK): Observation of a periodic many-body system

  • Prof. David Nesbitt (JILA, Boulder, Colorado, USA): High Resolution Spectroscopy of Molecular Transients: From Cosmochemistry to COVID

  • Prof. Mitchio Okumura (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA): Atmospheric radical reactions studied by frequency comb spectroscopy

  • Prof. Martin Quack (ETH, Zürich, Switzerland): Symmetries and time scales for molecular primary processes between yoctoseconds and days

  • Prof. Jonathan Tennyson (University College London, UK): Accurate molecular line list for studies of hot atmospheres

  • Prof. Markku Vainio (University of Helsinki, Finland): Cantilever-enhanced photoacoustic spectroscopy (CEPAS) for highly sensitive detection of gas-phase molecules and light-absorbing aerosols

  • Prof. Jun Ye (JILA, Boulder, Colorado, USA): Novel interaction and dynamics in a quantum degenerate gas of polar molecules