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Technical Program

Submit your abstract here! (Deadline April 1, 2020)

Plenary Speakers

Larry Carr

Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

"Infrared and THz from Relativistic Electron Beams – From Coherent THz Pulses to Near-field IR Nanospectroscopy"

David Cooke

McGill University, Canada

“Dynamic THz signatures of charge-lattice correlations”

Caroline Darbos

ITER Organization, France

“Achievements and challenges for ITER heating and current drive systems”

Timothy M. Hancock

DARPA Microsystems Technology Office, USA

“Millimeter wave digital arrays (MIDAS) – An application of CMOS, compound semiconductors and heterogeneous packaging”

Alfred Leitenstorfer

University of Konstanz, Germany

“Tracing ultrafast phenomena with infrared electric fields”

David A. Naylor

University of Lethbridge, Canada

“The evolving role of Fourier transform spectroscopy in far-infrared space astronomy”

Hitoshi Ohta

Kobe University, Japan

“Recent developments in multi-extreme THz ESR”

Karl Unterrainer

Technische Universität Wien, Austria

“Controlling and shaping the THz emission from quantum cascade lasers”

Jonathan Weintroub

Black Hole Initiative, Harvard University Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, USA

“Instrumentation and technology supporting the Event Horizon Telescope”

Martin T. Zanni

University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

“Hyperspectral 2D IR imaging:  Principles and applications to biological and materials systems”














































Tutorial Speakers

Jessica Boland

University of Manchester, UK

“Terahertz lights up the nanoscale: Optoelectronic characterisation of low-dimensional materials via ultrafast terahertz spectroscopy and microscopy”

Jérôme Faist

ETH Zürich, Switzerland

“Terahertz quantum optics”

Matthias C. Hoffmann

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, USA

“Manipulation of matter with intense THz pulses”

Willie Padilla

Duke University, USA

“Deep learning the terahertz scattering properties of metasurfaces”

Dmitry Turchinovich

Universität Bielefeld, Germany

"Terahertz physics of graphene: from linear conductivity to high-harmonics generation"

Vincent Wallace

University of Western Australia, Australia

“Biomedical applications of terahertz technology”



































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