Scope of the conference

 

The series of ECLIM conferences are held to stimulate fundamental and applied research on high-energy and/or high-intensity laser-matter interaction. They allow researchers, students and engineers gathering, on a rather informal basis, for fruitful discussions, and presentation of new results within the conference topics.

This 33rd issue will be held in Paris at a time when the dynamism of laser developments is stronger than ever, boosted by the active collaboration of academic researchers and innovation partners. The advent of several PW facilities in construction world-wide holds the promise of an enlargement of the laser-plasma community and will bring new tools for the exploration of matter.



Conference topics

  • physics of laser-produced plasmas: laser-matter interaction (from nanosecond to femtosecond), atomic physics, hydrodynamics, etc

  • inertial confinement fusion for energy (from target design to proof-of-principle experiments)

  • particle and radiation secondary sources, including x-ray lasers and novel ultra-short EUV sources

  • attophysics

  • high-power and/or high-energy laser facilities and related technologies (including targets, diagnostics, ...)


 

Previous conferences

 

  1. Frascati, Italy (1966)
  2. Font Aux Roses, France (1967)
  3. Garching, FRG (1968)
  4. Paris, France (1969)
  5. Moscow, USSR (1970)
  6. Culham, UK (1971)
  7. Paris, France (1972)
  8. Garching, FRG (1973)
  9. Palaiseau, France (1974)
  10. Rynia, Poland (1975)
  11. Oxford, UK (1977)
  12. Moscow, USSR (1978)
  13. Leipzig, DDR (1979)
  14. Palaiseau, France (1980)
  15. Schliersee, FRG (1982)
  16. London, UK (1983)
  1. Rome, Italy (1985)
  2. Prague, CSS (1987)
  3. Madrid, Spain (1988)
  4. Schliersee, FRG (1990)
  5. Warsaw, Poland (1991)
  6. Paris, France (1993)
  7. Oxford, UK (1994)
  8. Madrid, Spain (1996)
  9. Formia, Italy (1998)
  10. Prague, Czech Rep. (2000)
  11. Moscow, Russia (2002)
  12. Rome, Italy (2004)
  13. Madrid, Spain (2006)
  14. Darmstadt, Germany (2008)
  15. Budapest, Hungary (2010)
  16. Varsaw, Poland (2012)