The 15th International Conference on X-Ray Lasers

Program

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Program

The conference is held at Nara Kasugano International Forum, Iraka. Oral sessions will be held in the Noh Theater. We prepare a laptop PC with Windows 7 and Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, for the speakers to bring their presentation file in USB devices.

A poster session will be held in the room 3 at the 2nd floor. The poster room is open from Tuesday afternoon through Thursday morning. The size is the poster board is 120 cm wide and 180 cm tall.

During lunch break of Monday, Tuesday and Thursday box lunch will be served in the room 1. Please also visit industry exhibition from sponsor companies from Monday to Friday, outside the Noh theater and nearby the drink corner.

Sunday, May 22nd
18:00-20:00 Registration, Reception at the garden of Nara Kasugano International Forum, Iraka
Monday, May 23rd
08:30-09:25 Registration
Opening Session, Chair: T. Kawachi
09:25-09:45 Opening addresses: Y. Tajima (QST, Japan), W. Utsumi (QST, Japan), Y. Kato (GPI, Japan)
Session 1: Prospect of coherent x-ray source-1, Session Chair: S. Bulanov
09:45-10:10 I-1 G. Korn ELI-BL, Czech Republic Fs-Laser driven secondary sources of x-rays and particles within ELI Beamlines Fs-Laser driven secondary sources of x-rays and particles within ELI Beamlines
10:10-10:35 I-2 T. Ishikawa RIKEN, Japan SACLA: Present and Future SACLA: Present and Future
10:35-11:00 I-3 W. Leemans LBNL, USA Towards laser plasma accelerators for future light sources and colliders Towards laser plasma accelerators for future light sources and colliders
11:00-11:15 Coffee break
Session 2: Prospect of coherent x-ray source-2, Session Chair: K. Kondo
11:15-11:40 I-4 K. Midorikawa RIKEN, Japan Recent progress on attosecond science at RIKEN Recent progress on attosecond science at RIKEN
11:40-12:05 I-5 J. Rocca CSU, USA High average power table-top soft x-ray lasers using diode-pumped laseer drivers High average power table-top soft x-ray lasers using diode-pumped laseer drivers
12:05-12:30 I-6 V. Malka LOA, France Manipulating Electrons with Intense Laser Pulses Manipulating Electrons with Intense Laser Pulses
12:30-13:50 Lunch break
Session 3: Laser-driven X-ray Laser-1, Session Chair: J. Rocca
13:50-14:15 I-7 A. Klisnick U. Paris-Sud, France Investigation of ultrashort, partially coherent XUV lasers operated in the ASE mode Investigation of ultrashort, partially coherent XUV lasers operated in the ASE mode
14:15-14:40 I-8 S. Sebban LOA, France Progress on optical-field soft x-ray lasers at LOA Progress on optical-field soft x-ray lasers at LOA
14:40-15:05 I-9 J. Nejdl ELI-BL, Czech Republic Overview of laser-driven short-wavelength sources at PALS and ELI Beamlines Overview of laser-driven short-wavelength sources at PALS and ELI Beamlines
15:05-15:30 I-10 D. Bleiner EMPA, Swiss Implementing plasma XUV-lasing for table-top nano-science Implementing plasma XUV-lasing for table-top nano-science
15:30-15:55 Coffee break and Conference photograph
Session 4: X-ray imaging-1, Session Chair: A. Vinogradov
15:55-16:20 I-11 C. Menoni CSU, USA Soft X-ray Ablation Mass Spectrometry for Chemical Composition Imaging in Three Dimensions at the Nanoscale Soft X-ray Ablation Mass Spectrometry for Chemical Composition Imaging in Three Dimensions at the Nanoscale
16:20-16:45 I-12 A. Momose Tohoku-U. Japan X-ray phase imaging based on grating interferometry X-ray phase imaging based on grating interferometry
16:45-17:10 I-13 M. Zuerch U. of Berkley, USA Coherent Diffraction Imaging with Table-top XUV Sources Coherent Diffraction Imaging with Table-top XUV Sources
17:10-17:35 I-14 Y. Takahashi Osaka-U. Japan High-resolution coherent X-ray diffraction imaging at SPring-8 and SACLA High-resolution coherent X-ray diffraction imaging at SPring-8 and SACLA
17:35-18:00 I-15 N. Popov Lebedev Inst., Russia X-ray reflection imaging of inclined and obliquely illuminated objects X-ray reflection imaging of inclined and obliquely illuminated objects
18:00-18:20 O-1 N. Inogamov Landau Inst., Russia Femtosecond laser ablation: simulations and X-ray imaging Femtosecond laser ablation: simulations and X-ray imaging
Tuesday, May 24th
Session 5: Laser plasma physics and intense x-ray, Session Chair: G. Tallent
09:00-09:25 I-16 H. Nishimura ILE Osaka-U. Japan Quantitative X-ray Spectroscopy for Energy Trnasport Study in Fast Ignition Plasma Generated with LFEX PW Laser Quantitative X-ray Spectroscopy for Energy Trnasport Study in Fast Ignition Plasma Generated with LFEX PW Laser
09:25-09:50 I-17 L. Fletcher SLAC, USA Dynamic X-ray Thomson scattering from high-energy-density plasmas using an ultra-bright X-ray laser Dynamic X-ray Thomson scattering from high-energy-density plasmas using an ultra-bright X-ray laser
09:50-10:15 I-18 A. Faenov Osaka U. Japan Ultraintense X-ray radiation generated by Relativistic Laser Plasma in the Radiation-Dominated Kinetic Regime and its using for exotic dense matter states pumping Ultraintense X-ray radiation generated by Relativistic Laser Plasma in the Radiation-Dominated Kinetic Regime and its using for exotic dense matter states pumping
10:15-10:35 O-2 V. Vysotskii KNSU, Ukraine Observation and Investigation of Intensive Directional Quasi-coherent X-Ray Radiation Generated at Interaction of Cavitating Liquid Jet with a Target Observation and Investigation of Intensive Directional Quasi-coherent X-Ray Radiation Generated at Interaction of Cavitating Liquid Jet with a Target
10:35-10:50 Coffee break
Session 6: Ultrafast coherent x-ray source and application, Session Chair: A. Klisnick
10:50-11:15 I-19 B. Vodungbo LCPMR, France Probing ultrafast demagnetization with soft X-ray Probing ultrafast demagnetization with soft X-ray
11:15-11:40 I-20 D. Kim POSTECH/CASTECH, Korea For Generation of Tera-watt Attosecond X-ray Laser Pulses For Generation of Tera-watt Attosecond X-ray Laser Pulses
11:40-12:00 O-3 R. Itakura QST, Japan Plasma Mirror Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating in Vacuum Ultraviolet Wavelength Region Plasma Mirror Frequency-Resolved Optical Gating in Vacuum Ultraviolet Wavelength Region
12:00-12:20 O-4 S. Miyamoto Hyogo U. Japan Laser Compton Scattering Gamma-Ray Beam Source for Nuclear Physics and Material Research Laser Compton Scattering Gamma-Ray Beam Source for Nuclear Physics and Material Research
12:20-13:45 Lunch break (International advisory board meeting)
Session 7: High order harmonic generation, Session Chair: S. Sebban
13:45-14:10 I-21 C.-H. Nam GIST/IBS, Korea Investigations on Ultrafast Atomic and Molecular Dynamics with Harmonic Sources. Investigations on Ultrafast Atomic and Molecular Dynamics with Harmonic Sources.
14:10-14:35 I-22 A. Pirozhkov QST, Japan High-order Harmonic Generation by Relativistic Plasma Singularities High-order Harmonic Generation by Relativistic Plasma Singularities
14:35-15:00 I-23 C. Bourassin-Bouchet U. Paris-Sud, France Characterization of Partially Coherent Ultrafast XUV Pulses Characterization of Partially Coherent Ultrafast XUV Pulses
15:00-15:25 I-24 D. Villeneuve NRC, Canada Inner Shell Excitation During High Harmonic Generation: The Giant Resonance in Xenon Inner Shell Excitation During High Harmonic Generation: The Giant Resonance in Xenon
15:25-15:50 O-5 L. Dao Swinburne Uni., Australia Wave-Mixing and Amplification in Extreme Ultraviolet Region Wave-Mixing and Amplification in Extreme Ultraviolet Region
15:50-16:05 Coffee break
Session 8: X-FEL and synchrotron radiation, Session Chair: T. Ishikawa
16:05-16:30 I-25 J. Nilsen LLNL, USA Using the X-FEL to drive gain in K-shell and L-shell systems using photo-ionization and photo-excitation of inner-shell transitions Using the X-FEL to drive gain in K-shell and L-shell systems using photo-ionization and photo-excitation of inner-shell transitions
16:30-16:55 I-26 H. Yoneda ILS, Japan Hard x-ray laser photonics Hard x-ray laser photonics
16:55-17:20 I-27 Y. Inubushi JASRI, Japan Amplification of X-ray Free Electron Laser using Core-hole Atoms Generated with Intense Optical Laser Pulse Amplification of X-ray Free Electron Laser using Core-hole Atoms Generated with Intense Optical Laser Pulse
17:20-17:40 O-6 J. Harries QST, Japan Multiple-wavelength superfluorescence/superradiance in helium following free-electron-laser excitation Multiple-wavelength superfluorescence/superradiance in helium following free-electron-laser excitation
17:40-18:00 O-7 L. Wei CAEP, China A design of non-harmonic soft x-ray beam line at BSRF A design of non-harmonic soft x-ray beam line at BSRF
18:00-20:00 Poster Session (with light meal and refreshments), Session Chair: M. Nishikino
Wednesday, May 25th
Session 9: Novel x-ray source and the applications, Session Chair: J. Nilsen
09:00-09:25 I-28 G. Mourou Ecole Polytechnique, France Single Cycle and Exawatt X-ray Pulse Single Cycle and Exawatt X-ray Pulse
09:25-09:50 I-29 C. Barty LLNL, USA Next Generation Laser-Compton Sources for Nuclear Photonics and Medicine Next Generation Laser-Compton Sources for Nuclear Photonics and Medicine
09:50-10:15 I-30 M. Kando QST, Japan Research on Laser Acceleration and Coherent X-ray Generation using J-KAREN-P laser Research on Laser Acceleration and Coherent X-ray Generation using J-KAREN-P laser
10:15-10:30 Coffee break
Session 10: Novel x-ray source and applications using LWFA electron beams-1, Session Chair: W, Leemans
10:30-10:55 I-31 L. Chen IOP, China Resonantly Excited Betatron X-rays/gamma-rays in a Laser Plasma Accelerator Resonantly Excited Betatron X-rays/gamma-rays in a Laser Plasma Accelerator
10:55-11:15 O-8 M. Hadj-Bachir CELIA, France Relativistic electron dynamics in high intensity optical lattice. Towards a table-top Raman XFEL Relativistic electron dynamics in high intensity optical lattice. Towards a table-top Raman XFEL
11:15-11:35 O-9 K. Hu IFTS, China Enhanced coherent Thomson scattering in the few-cycle regime Enhanced coherent Thomson scattering in the few-cycle regime
11:35-11:55 O-10 M. Toyoda Tohoku-U. Japan Multilayer Mirror Objective for Focusing Isolated Attosecond Pulse in 40 nm Wavelength Region Multilayer Mirror Objective for Focusing Isolated Attosecond Pulse in 40 nm Wavelength Region
11:55 Excursion, Kyoto, Hozugawa river boat ride
Thursday, May 26th
Session 11: Laser-driven x-ray lasers-2, Session Chair: C.-H. Nam
09:00-09:25 I-32 G. Tallents York U. UK The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory x-ray lasers The creation of radiation dominated plasmas using laboratory x-ray lasers
09:25-09:50 I-33 M. Kozlova ELI-BL, Czech Republic Laser driven plasma based incoherent X-ray sources at PALS Laser driven plasma based incoherent X-ray sources at PALS
09:50-10:10 O-11 M. Nishikino QST, Japan Progress and Prospects of X-ray Laser Research in QST Progress and Prospects of X-ray Laser Research in QST
10:10-10:30 O-12 E. Oliva Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain Hydrodynamic and Maxwell-Bloch modelling of plasma-based soft X-ray amplifiers Hydrodynamic and Maxwell-Bloch modelling of plasma-based soft X-ray amplifiers
10:30-10:45 Coffee break
Session 12: EUV light source and EUV lithography, Session Chair: A. Sasaki
10:45-11:10 I-34 S. Okazaki Gigaphoton Inc., Japan Performance of over 100W HVM LPP-EUV light source Performance of over 100W HVM LPP-EUV light source
11:10-11:35 I-35 E. Hosler GLOBALFOUNDRIES, USA EUV free-electron laser requirements for semiconductor manufacturing EUV free-electron laser requirements for semiconductor manufacturing
11:35-12:00 I-36 M. Marconi CSU, USA Coherent Lithography with Table Top Soft X-ray Lasers: Latest Achievements and Prospects Coherent Lithography with Table Top Soft X-ray Lasers: Latest Achievements and Prospects
12:00-13:20 Lunch break
Session 13: Capillary discharge plasma x-ray lasers, Session Chair: H.-T. Kim
13:20-13:45 I-37 P. Sasorov Keldysh Inst., Russia Plasma Dynamics in Capillary Discharges Plasma Dynamics in Capillary Discharges
13:45-14:10 I-38 A. Jancarek TU, Czech Republic Capillary Discharge - a Way for Recombination XUV Laser? Capillary Discharge - a Way for Recombination XUV Laser?
14:10-14:30 O-13 H. Cui Harbin Inst. Tech. Interaction of capillary discharged soft-x-ray laser at 46.9nm with BaF2 Interaction of capillary discharged soft-x-ray laser at 46.9nm with BaF2
14:30-14:50 O-14 V. Antonov A&M Uni, USA Towards generation of sub-fs pulses using lasing to ground states of H-like LiIII at 13.5nm and He-like CV at 4nm Towards generation of sub-fs pulses using lasing to ground states of H-like LiIII at 13.5nm and He-like CV at 4nm
14:50-15:05 Coffee break
Session 14a: X-ray imaging-2, Session Chair: M. Kozlova
15:05-15:30 I-39 H. Fiedorowicz WAT, Poland Nanoscale Imaging using a Compact Laser Plasma Source of Soft X-rays and Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) Nanoscale Imaging using a Compact Laser Plasma Source of Soft X-rays and Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV)
15:30-15:50 O-15 H. Daido JAEA, Japan X-ray characterization of a high performance hydrogen storage alloy with laser surface modification X-ray characterization of a high performance hydrogen storage alloy with laser surface modification
15:50-16:15 I-40 S. Witte ARCNL, Netherlands Spectrally resolved lensless imaging with ultra-broadband high-harmonic sources Spectrally resolved lensless imaging with ultra-broadband high-harmonic sources
Session 14b: X-ray imaging-3, Session Chair: A. Momose
16:15-16:40 I-41 H. Stiel MBI, Germany Prospects of tomographic nanoscale imaging using high repetition rate laboratory based soft X-ray sources Prospects of tomographic nanoscale imaging using high repetition rate laboratory based soft X-ray sources
16:40-17:00 O-16 E. Ragozin Lebedev Inst., Russia Broadband high-resolution imaging spectrometers for the soft X-ray range Broadband high-resolution imaging spectrometers for the soft X-ray range
17:00-17:20 O-17 T. Pikuz Osaka-U. Japan In situ characterization of XFEL beam intensity distribution and focusability by high resolution LiF crystal X-ray detector In situ characterization of XFEL beam intensity distribution and focusability by high resolution LiF crystal X-ray detector
17:20-17:40 O-18 A. Kosuge KEK, Japan ERL-based Laser-Compton Scattering X-ray source for X-ray Imaging ERL-based Laser-Compton Scattering X-ray source for X-ray Imaging
19:00-21:00 Conference Dinner at Half Time, Meseum Restaurant
Friday, May 27th
Session 15: Novel x-ray source and applications using LWFA electron beams-2, Session Chair: L. Chen
09:00-09:25 I-42 E. Esarey LBNL, USA Narrow bandwidth Thomson photon source using laser-plasma accelerators Narrow bandwidth Thomson photon source using laser-plasma accelerators
09:25-09:50 I-43 H.-T. Kim GIST/IBS, Korea Short-pulse x-ray beams driven by intense laser pulses and their applications Short-pulse x-ray beams driven by intense laser pulses and their applications
09:50-10:15 I-44 J. Liu SIOM, China Ultrahigh Brilliance X-and Gamma-rays Generation Based on Laser Wakefield Accelerators at SIOM Ultrahigh Brilliance X-and Gamma-rays Generation Based on Laser Wakefield Accelerators at SIOM
10:15-10:30 Coffee break
Session 16: Novel x-ray source and applications using LWFA electron beams-3, Session Chair: H. Daido
10:30-10:50 O-19 C. Schroeder LBNL, USA Laser-plasma accelerator driven soft-x-ray free-electron laser using beam phase-space manipulation Laser-plasma accelerator driven soft-x-ray free-electron laser using beam phase-space manipulation
10:50-11:10 O-20 S. Rykovanov Helmholtz U., Jena, Germany Tunable polarization plasma channel undulator for narrow-bandwidth photon emission Tunable polarization plasma channel undulator for narrow-bandwidth photon emission
11:10-11:30 O-21 J. Koga QST, Japan Achieving Laser Wakefield Accelerated Electron Beams of Low Enough Energy Spread for an X-FEL Achieving Laser Wakefield Accelerated Electron Beams of Low Enough Energy Spread for an X-FEL
11:30-12:00 Closing ICXRL-2016 S. Bulanov and T. Kawachi (QST, Japan)
12:00 Laboratory Tour to QST laser facility

Poster session

P-1 F. Albert Betatron x-rays from laser-wakefield accelerators: a novel probe for time-resolved HED science experiments. Betatron x-rays from laser-wakefield accelerators: a novel probe for time-resolved HED science experiments.
P-2 C. da Silva Alves Polarization measurements of odd and even low order harmonics for magnetism studies and FEL seeding Polarization measurements of odd and even low order harmonics for magnetism studies and FEL seeding
P-3 R. Amano A 10-Hz short pulse CO2 laser system for extreme ultraviolet source A 10-Hz short pulse CO2 laser system for extreme ultraviolet source
P-4 S. Amano Laser Plasma X-ray Source Based on Cryogenic Targets Laser Plasma X-ray Source Based on Cryogenic Targets
P-5 G. Arai Characteristics of water window soft x-ray emission from dual laser-produced Bi plasmas Characteristics of water window soft x-ray emission from dual laser-produced Bi plasmas
P-6 I. Artyukov Photon flux Monte-Carlo estimations for linac-based laser-electron X-ray generators. Photon flux Monte-Carlo estimations for linac-based laser-electron X-ray generators.
P-7 G. Bagdasarov MHD simulation of various cross-section capillary discharges MHD simulation of various cross-section capillary discharges
P-8 L. Cao Progress on the development of single-order diffraction grating for soft x-rays Progress on the development of single-order diffraction grating for soft x-rays
P-9 H. Dacasa Spectrally-Resolved Spatial Interference for Single-Shot Temporal Metrology of Ultrashort X-Ray Pulses Spectrally-Resolved Spatial Interference for Single-Shot Temporal Metrology of Ultrashort X-Ray Pulses
P-10 R. Deguchi Characterization of ion plumes generated by laser-driven intense extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light Characterization of ion plumes generated by laser-driven intense extreme ultraviolet (EUV) light
P-11 T. Ejima Development of soft X-ray microscope in Water Window using laser produced plasma light source Development of soft X-ray microscope in Water Window using laser produced plasma light source
P-12 H. Fiedorowicz DNA damage studies with a compact laser plasma soft X-ray source DNA damage studies with a compact laser plasma soft X-ray source
P-13 H. Fiedorowicz Spectral investigations of photoionized plasma induced by nanosecond pulses of extreme ultraviolet (EUV) Spectral investigations of photoionized plasma induced by nanosecond pulses of extreme ultraviolet (EUV)
P-14 O. Frolov Ablation of LiF and CsI by EUV Nanosecond Laser Pulse Ablation of LiF and CsI by EUV Nanosecond Laser Pulse
P-15 H. Hara Feature of soft x-ray emission from laser-produced multi-charged Pt ions Feature of soft x-ray emission from laser-produced multi-charged Pt ions
P-16 N. Hasegawa The observation of transient thin film structures during the femto-second laser ablation process by using the soft x-ray laser probe The observation of transient thin film structures during the femto-second laser ablation process by using the soft x-ray laser probe
P-17 M. Hatayama Wide-range narrowband multilayer mirror for selecting a single-order harmonic in the photon energy range of 40 - 70 eV Wide-range narrowband multilayer mirror for selecting a single-order harmonic in the photon energy range of 40 - 70 eV
P-18 P. Homer HHG beam wavefront characterization at 30 nm HHG beam wavefront characterization at 30 nm
P-19 K. Huang Resonant Betatron Hard X-rays from Ionization Injected Electrons in a Laser Plasma Accelerator Resonant Betatron Hard X-rays from Ionization Injected Electrons in a Laser Plasma Accelerator
P-20 Q. Huang Multilayer-based X-ray optics for advanced light source applications Multilayer-based X-ray optics for advanced light source applications
P-21 S. Ichimaru Irradiation damage test of Mo/Si, Ru/Si and Nb/Si multilayers using the Soft X-ray laser built at QST Irradiation damage test of Mo/Si, Ru/Si and Nb/Si multilayers using the Soft X-ray laser built at QST
P-22 C. Ikeda Effects of Equation of State on fluid simulations for laser-produced plasmas Effects of Equation of State on fluid simulations for laser-produced plasmas
P-23 T. Imazono A Mo/Si Multilayer-Coated Photodiode Detector for Monitoring Soft X-Ray Laser Intensity A Mo/Si Multilayer-Coated Photodiode Detector for Monitoring Soft X-Ray Laser Intensity
P-24 M. Ishino Analysis of Reflection Signal from EUV Multilayer Mirror for Irradiation Induced Damage Study Analysis of Reflection Signal from EUV Multilayer Mirror for Irradiation Induced Damage Study
P-25 H. Kawazome Numerical Calculation of Gain Coefficients of Recombination X-Ray Laser in a Cluster Plasma Numerical Calculation of Gain Coefficients of Recombination X-Ray Laser in a Cluster Plasma
P-26 Y. Kohmura Beam Diagnostics of X-ray Free Electron Laser by Imprinting X-ray Vortex Beam Diagnostics of X-ray Free Electron Laser by Imprinting X-ray Vortex
P-27 Y. Kondo Evaluation of a flat-field grazing incidence spectrometer for highly charged ion plasma emission in 1-10 nm Evaluation of a flat-field grazing incidence spectrometer for highly charged ion plasma emission in 1-10 nm
P-28 T. Kumada Development of time-resolved small-angle X-ray scattering system using soft-X-ray laser Development of time-resolved small-angle X-ray scattering system using soft-X-ray laser
P-29 M. Mansour Hard X-ray emission lasers from neon like selenium Se+24 Hard X-ray emission lasers from neon like selenium Se+24
P-30 K. Matsunaga Study on double pulse femtosecond laser processing of SiC using sub-damage threshold pulse for surface excitation Study on double pulse femtosecond laser processing of SiC using sub-damage threshold pulse for surface excitation
P-31 K. Mikami Development of High-Repetition-Rate and High-Pulse-Energy Nd:YAG MOPA Laser System Development of High-Repetition-Rate and High-Pulse-Energy Nd:YAG MOPA Laser System
P-32 K. Mikami Laser-Induced Damage on Silica Glasses by Irradiation of Soft X-Ray Laser Pulses Laser-Induced Damage on Silica Glasses by Irradiation of Soft X-Ray Laser Pulses
P-33 Y. Minami Development of a fast zinc oxide scintillator for the short wavelength region using soft X-ray laser Development of a fast zinc oxide scintillator for the short wavelength region using soft X-ray laser
P-34 S. Minemoto Femtosecond structure determination of molecules in an alignment laser by photoelectron diffraction with a XFEL Femtosecond structure determination of molecules in an alignment laser by photoelectron diffraction with a XFEL
P-35 K. Moribayashi Aiming to measure cluster DNA damage, proposal for experiment systems using XFEL and laser driven ion beams Aiming to measure cluster DNA damage, proposal for experiment systems using XFEL and laser driven ion beams
P-36 S. Namba Coherent plasma x-ray laser by injection of a parametrically amplified high-order harmonic light Coherent plasma x-ray laser by injection of a parametrically amplified high-order harmonic light
P-37 Y. Ochi 1 kHz repetition picosecond pulse laser system 1 kHz repetition picosecond pulse laser system
P-38 T. Otobe Sub-cycle ultrafast modulation of the optical properties of the dielectrics by an intense laser field Sub-cycle ultrafast modulation of the optical properties of the dielectrics by an intense laser field
P-39 A. Sasaki Modeling of ablation of the target material for the plasma for coherent and incoherent EUV sources Modeling of ablation of the target material for the plasma for coherent and incoherent EUV sources
P-40 Y. Sato Spatial Profiles of Electron Density and Electron Temperature of Laser-Produced Sn Plasmas for EUV Lithography Spatial Profiles of Electron Density and Electron Temperature of Laser-Produced Sn Plasmas for EUV Lithography
P-41 K. Steiniger Scaling EUV and X-ray Thomson Sources to Optical Free-Electron Laser Operation with Traveling-Wave Thomson-Scattering Scaling EUV and X-ray Thomson Sources to Optical Free-Electron Laser Operation with Traveling-Wave Thomson-Scattering
P-42 S. Stremoukhov Theory of Ellipticity of High Harmonics Generated in Noble Gases Irradiated by Two-Color Laser Fields Having Orthogonal Linear Polarizations Theory of Ellipticity of High Harmonics Generated in Noble Gases Irradiated by Two-Color Laser Fields Having Orthogonal Linear Polarizations
P-43 H. Takenaka Fabrication of High Precision, Multilayer Based Polarimeter Designed for Wide Energy Range in EUV Fabrication of High Precision, Multilayer Based Polarimeter Designed for Wide Energy Range in EUV
P-44 N. Tanaka Surface layer modification of metal nanoparticle supported polymer by irradiation of laser driven extreme ultraviolet light Surface layer modification of metal nanoparticle supported polymer by irradiation of laser driven extreme ultraviolet light
P-45 V. Tomkus Supersonic Three-dimensional Sapphire Micronozzles for Laser-Plasma Wakefield Accelerators Supersonic Three-dimensional Sapphire Micronozzles for Laser-Plasma Wakefield Accelerators
P-46 H. Urai Micrometer-scale photo direct machining of polydimethylsiloxane using laser plasma EUV radiations Micrometer-scale photo direct machining of polydimethylsiloxane using laser plasma EUV radiations
P-47 V. Vysotskii Possible Way of Tandem Free Electron Laser Realization on Channeling Relativistic Particles Possible Way of Tandem Free Electron Laser Realization on Channeling Relativistic Particles
P-48 V. Vysotskii Features of resonant absorption and X-Ray (gamma-Ray) laser amplification in realistic (inhomogeneous) media Features of resonant absorption and X-Ray (gamma-Ray) laser amplification in realistic (inhomogeneous) media
P-49 Y. Wu X-ray phase imaging with grating interferometer using inverse Compton scattering compact X-ray source X-ray phase imaging with grating interferometer using inverse Compton scattering compact X-ray source
P-50 Z. Yang A Concept Design of A Monochromator Based on Linear Varying Plane Grating A Concept Design of A Monochromator Based on Linear Varying Plane Grating
P-51 C. Yu Generating ultrahigh brilliance quasi-monochromatic MeV gamma-rays with high-quality LWFA electron beams Generating ultrahigh brilliance quasi-monochromatic MeV gamma-rays with high-quality LWFA electron beams
P-52 Z. Zeng High order harmonic generation with Mid-infrared laser pulse High order harmonic generation with Mid-infrared laser pulse

 

Events

We will have the welcome reception at the garden of Nara Kasugano International Forum, Sunday evening from 6 PM.

On Wednesday afternoon, we will take a bus from the conference place to get to Hozugawa, west of the Kyoto city, where we will have two hour long river boat ride. We will land at Arashiyama and after another hour for visiting nearby sightseeing spots and shops, we will return to the conference hotels. Box lunch will be provided on the bus. Fee for the excursion is included in the registration. Due to the availability of the boats, participants who wish to join the excursion please check at the registration web site.

We will have the conference dinner Thursday evening from 7 PM at "Half Time", the restaurant of the Nara National Museum, which is 5 minutes walk toward the Nara stations from the conference place. If you have special preferences on the meal, please check at the registration web site.

On Friday afternoon, we are planning to have a laboratory tour to the laser facility at Kansai Photon Science Institute, QST. Transportation and lunch at the laboratory cafeteria will be provided. To join the tour, please sign up at the registration desk by Thursday morning.

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