Global Scientific Event on

Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Theme: "Exploring current trends in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics"

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Organizing Committee

Norbert Kroo
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Giancarlo C. Righini
Enrico Fermi Centre,
Kenneth L. Marshall
University of Rochester
HKUST, Hong Kong
Massoud Kaykhaii
University Boulevard, Iran
Dr. Ahmed Asaad Khalil
NILES, Egypt
Igor K. Meshkovskiy
The ITMO University,
Dr. David J. Hagan
CREOL, University of Central Florida
Dr. Waranont Anukool
Chiang Mai University, Thailand

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About Conference

Oscine present leading researchers speak about AMO that studies atoms as an isolated system of electrons and an atomic nucleus, while molecular physics is the study of the physical properties of molecules. The term atomic physics is often associated with nuclear power and nuclear bombs, physicists distinguish between atomic physics which deals with the atom as a system consisting of a nucleus and electrons and nuclear physics, which considers atomic nuclei alone. The important experimental techniques are the various types of spectroscopy. Molecular physics, while closely related to atomic physics, also overlaps greatly with theoretical chemistry, physical chemistry and chemical physics. Sensors, infrared technology, laser systems, spectral imaging, radar, and more. Come learn about the latest technical advancements, find new business opportunities, and collaborate with other experts working on defense and commercial applications.

Conference Date:
17-18 June, 2019
Crowne Plaza Dubai - Deira, UAE
Early Bird Ends:
24-Dec, 2018
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Speakers in GSEAMO-2019

Vladimir V. Rumyantsev
A.A. Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering, Ukraine


Vladimir V. Rumyantsev
A.A. Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering, Donetsk, Ukraine


Badriah Alotaibi
Strathclyde, Saudi Arabia


Conference Sessions

Ultrafast and Strong Field Physics

  • Atoms, molecules, and clusters in strong fields
  • Strong field physics involving condensed matter
  • Time-resolved electron dynamics and attosecond spectroscopy
  • Time-resolved molecular dynamics and femtochemistry
  • Coherent/Quantum control: ultrafast and strong field processes
  • Science with XUV and X-ray free-electron lasers
  • Strong field physics in atoms and molecules
  • AMO science with free electron lasers

Structure and Properties of Atoms, Ions, and Molecules

  • Spectroscopy, lifetimes, oscillator strengths
  • Atomic and molecular structure in static fields
  • Photoionization, photodetachment, and photodissociation

Quantum Information Science

  • Analog quantum simulation
  • Digital quantum computation
  • Quantum measurement and tomography
  • Quantum gates
  • Hybrid quantum systems
  • Advances in quantum computing

Precision Measurements

  • Beyond the Standard Model searches, including EDM searches
  • Tests of basic laws
  • Fundamental constants
  • Atomic clocks
  • Atomic magnetometers and sensors
  • Precision measurements with atom interferometers
  • Molecular precision measurements and techniques
  • Advances in EDMs with Molecules
  • Precision measurements for new physics searches

Lasers and Quantum Optics

  • Ultrafast or high intensity light sources and lasers
  • Narrow-band lasers
  • Stopping and slowing light
  • Atom and matter optics
  • Matter wave interferometers
  • Quantum/Coherent control: cold gases and quantum information

Cold Atoms, Ions, Molecules, and Plasmas

  • Bose-Einstein condensates
  • Degenerate Fermi gases
  • Vortices and excitations in degenerate quantum gases
  • Ultracold collisions and photoassociation processes
  • Laser cooling and trapping
  • Trapped ions
  • Cold Rydberg gases and plasmas
  • Long-range or anisotropic Interactions in cold gases
  • Spinor gases and magnetic phenomena
  • Quantum gases in low dimensions
  • Quantum phases and atoms in optical lattices

Atomic, Molecular, and Charged Particle Collisions

  • Atom-atom and atom-molecule collisions
  • Electron-atom collisions
  • Electron-molecule collisions
  • Ion-atom and ion-ion collisions
  • Collisions involving antimatter, clusters and surfaces
  • Recent developments in electron-atom collisions

  • Integrated optics
  • optical microresonators
  • Biophotonic sensors
  • solar cells.

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