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Monday, 25. August

8.45-9.00 S. D. Bosanac - Introductory remarks

Chairmen:
H. Sadeghpour

 
9.00-9.40 P. Biermann Active galactic nuclei: Sources for ultra high energy cosmic rays
9.40-10.00 discussion
10.00-10.40 T. Oka
H3+, the new astrophysical probe
10.40-11.00 discussion
11.00-11.20 coffee break
11.20-12.00 W. Klemperer
Complexes of Hydrogen
12.00-12.20 discussion
   
LUNCH AND BEACH DISCUSSIONS  
   

Chairmen:
A. McCaffery

 
17.30-18.10 N. Doslic
Quantum dynamics of hydrogen-bonded systems
18.10-18.30 discussion
18.30-18.50 Y. Xu Hydrogen bonding in chiral molecular complexes
18.50-19.00 discussion
19.00-19.20 D. Klabucar Emergence of large effective masses of quarks
19.20-19.30 discussion
 


Openning of poster session
Chairmen:
A. Sabljic
 
20.45 H. Kroto Global Educational Outreach on internet
21.00 Poster session
 

G. Czakó, C. Fábri, T. Szidarovszky, and A. G. Császár Variational spectroscopy of H2+ and H3+ and their isotopologues

M. Pichler, D. Azinovic, S. Miloševic and G. Pichler Spectroscopic studies of lithium-hydrogen mixture

S. Leach Communing with Hydrogen. A Poetic Excursion.

M. Böyükata, Z. B. Güvenç Density Functional Study of cage [Al12H12]q clusters for q=-2, -1, 0, +1, +2

M. Martinis and V. Mikuta-Martinis Hydrogen in strong gravitational field

S. Vasiliev
Magnetic resonance studies of quantum gas of atomic hydrogen

S. Vasiliev Stabilization of high density atomic hydrogen in solid H_2 matrix at temperatures below 100 mK

A. Alijah Recent progress on small hydrogen molecular ions

S. Tomic and M. Ramek Theoretical Approaches Used to Reveal Secrets of Enantio-selective Burkholderia Cepacia Catalysed Reactions

Z. Kregar, N. Krstulovic and S. Miloševic Optical emission spectroscopy of inductively coupled RF hydrogen plasma

N. Krstulovic and S. Miloševic Cavity ring-down spectroscopy for atomic hydrogen beam characterization

A.J.McCaffery The extraordinary influence of an "insignificant" quantity: How recoil orbital angular momentum determines product j distributions in reactions that displace H atoms

Tuesday, 26. August

Chairmen:
W. Klemperer
 
9.00-9.40 J. P. Toennies Are hydrogen clusters superfluid?
9.40-10.00 discussion
10.00-10.40 P. Loubeyre
The phase diagram of hydrogen at high pressure: from condensed matter physics to plasma physics.
10.40-11.00 discussion
11.00-11.20 coffee break
11.20-12.00 T. Momose
Spectroscopic Investigation of Large Hydrogen Clusters at Low Temperatures
12.00-12.20 discussion
   
LUNCH AND BEACH DISCUSSIONS  
   
Chairmen:
G. Pichler
 
17.30-18.10 G. Gabrielse Electron magnetic moment
18.10-18.30
discussion
18.30-19.10 T. Haensch
Laser Spectroscopy of Hydrogen
19.10-19.30 discussion
 

 

 

Chairmen:
S. D. Bosanac
 
21.00 K. Knešaurek Hydrogen-the most responsible element for MRI imaging

Wednesday, 27. August

Chairmen:
D. Kleppner
 
9.00-9.40 M. G. Raizen
Trapping and Cooling of Hydrogen Isotopes
9.40-10.00 discussion
10.00-10.40 P. Barletta Creating ultracold H2 by sympathetic cooling with rare gas
atoms
10.40-11.00 discussion
11.00-11.20 coffee break
   
12.00 PICNIC
 
Chairmen:
J. Murrell
 
21.00 K. Bennaceur
Prospects for CO2 Capture and Storage and Hydrogen Deployment

Thursday, 28. August

Chairmen:
M. Quack
 
9.00-9.40 G. Gabrielse Anti-hydrogen
9.40-10.00 discussion
10.00-10.40 H. Sadeghpour
Taming wild magnetized Rydberg (anti)hydrogen atoms
10.40-11.00 discussion
11.00-11.20 coffee break

11.20-11.40


11.40-12.00

D. Kleppner
General Relativity and the art of time-keeping.

   
LUNCH AND BEACH DISCUSSIONS  
   
Chairmen:
S. Milosevic
 
17.30-17.50 A. McCaffery Hydrogen bond breakage: the microscopic view
17.50-18.00 discussion
18.00-18.20 F. Stienkemeier Formation and spectroscopy of metal-doped hydrogen clusters
18.20-18.30 discussion
18.30-18.50 W. Jaeger Spectra of (hydrogen)N-molecule clusters: The search for
superfluidity in para-hydrogen.
18.50-19.00 discussion
19.00-19.20 Z. Maksic The Hydrogen Atom – Little but Very Important Protagonist in
Chemistry and Biochemistry
19.20-19.30 discussion
   
20.30 conference dinner

Friday, 29. August

Chairmen:
W. Jaeger
 
9.00-9.40 M. Quack Tunneling Dynamics and Symmetry in Simple Hydrogen Compounds
9.40-10.00 discussion
10.00-10.40 W. Goldstein
The National Ignition Facility: Ignition and beyond
10.40-11.00 discussion
11.00-11.20 coffee break
11.20-12.00 J. Murrell Overview of conference
12.00-12.20 discussion

 


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