|This session will cover different aspects of laser-matter interactions. The main objective is a better understanding of physical phenomena involved in the interaction of different laser systems and, in particular, ultra-short ones, required to promote numerous laser applications. The session encourages submission of new and original papers on the following topics
-Recent modeling of laser interactions with materials.
- How modeling can help in the development of laser applications, such as micro/nanomachining, micro/nanostructuring, synthesis of nanoparticles and nanostructures, wave-guides, nanophotonics, synthesis and characterization of metamaterials and quantum dots, etc.
-Laser-assisted probes and diagnostics, sensors, etc.
-Bio-medical laser application and related modeling.
-Model-based processing optimization and experimental-based model verification.|
Selected Invited Speakers (preliminary):
Prof. Nail Inogamov, Landau Institute, Moscow, Russia;
Dr. François Courvoisier, Femto-St, University of Franche-Comte, France;
Dr. Vissilia Zorba, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA;
Dr. Laurent Gallais, Fresnel Institute, Aix-Marseille University, France;
Pr. Dr. Johannes Roth, Stuttgart University, Germany;
Pr. Dr. Nadjib Semmar, GREMI, University of Orleans, France;
Dr. Tomohito Otobe, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Kyoto, Japan;
Pr. Dr. Guanghua Cheng, Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, CAS, China;
Pr. Dr. Martin E. Garcia, University of Kassel, Germany;
Your abtracts are welcome!