21-25 October 2019
ELI Beamlines
Europe/Prague timezone


  • High-power lasers including new concepts for high-peak-power and high-average-power generation
  • Laser-driven secondary sources of soft and hard x-rays and their applications in different areas such as bio-medical and materials science
  • Attosecond pulse generation and applications
  • Laser-driven particle acceleration including high-repetition-rate sources of electrons, protons, higher charged ions and their applications
  • Challenging the energy frontiers of particle acceleration with lasers
  • Neutron generation using high-power lasers and their future applications
  • Ultra-intense laser matter and laser vacuum interaction (high field Physics)
  • Laboratory Astrophysics
  • New societal applications of laser-driven secondary sources (medical imaging and therapy, transmutation, fuel cycles, etc.)

Preliminary Time Schedule (TBC)