23-25 September 2013
Elite Gateway Hotel Ideon
Europe/Stockholm timezone

Low Density Matter (Parallel Session)

Low Density Matter

Tuesday 24 September

The Nordic-Baltic community centered around beamline I411 and the I3 gas phase branch is a strong and active group of users at MAX-lab today, with activities ranging from studies of free atoms and small molecules to surface properties of aqueous solutions. The new MAX IV facility promises exciting possibilities to continue and develop these activities, for instance at the new Estonian-Finnish beamline (FINEST) at the 1.5 GeV ring. At this session, some directions within this wide scientific field will be presented, as well as the prospects at MAX IV.


13.00 - 13.05 Gunnar Öhrwall - Welcome and introduction
13.05 - 13.35 Ergo Nömmiste - Investigations of volatile and dirty materials on FINEST beamline at MAX-IV 1,5 GeV ring
13.35 - 14.15 Olle Björneholm - Environmental molecular physics: Today and tomorrow
14.15 - 14.30 Per Johnsson - Prospects for studying gas-phase molecular dynamics at FemtoMAX
14.30 -15.00 Coffee
15.00 - 15.40 Raimund Feifel - Multi-particle correlation studies of atoms and molecules at state-of-the-art Synchrotron Radiation and Free-Electron Laser facilities
15.40 – 16.10 Stacey Sorensen - Spectroscopic imaging in three dimensions:  a future at MAX IV?
16.10 - 16.20 Break
16.20 - 17.00 Marko Huttula - Spectroscopy of metal atoms, molecules and clusters
17.00 - 17.30 Discussion and comments

Confirmed speakers
Ergo Nõmmiste, University of Tartu.
Raimund Feifel, Uppsala University/Stockholm University.
Olle Björneholm, Uppsala University.
Stacey Sorensen, Lund University.
Marko Huttula, University of Oulu.
Per Johnsson, Lund University.