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5th International Workshop on
Electrostatic Storage Devices

ESD 2013 June 17 - 21, 2013
Max-Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics
Heidelberg, Germany


Invited Presentations

Status: 10.04.2013 - Confirmed

Please see also the ESD 2013 Program.

Speaker Title of presentation
Lars H. Andersen
(Aarhus Univ.)
Ions in the gas-phase, studied in electrostatic ion-storage rings
Rodolphe Antoine
(LASIM, Lyon)
Multiphoton dissociation of trapped macromolecular ions at the single-molecule level
Frank Arnold
(MPIK Heidelberg/DLR)
Atmospheric Ions
Louise Belshaw
(QU Belfast)
Ultrafast Intra-Molecular Charge Migration in Gas Phase Biomolecules
Anastasia Bochenkova
(Aarhus/Moscow State U.)
Photo-induced non-adiabatic dynamics in biosystems: intrinsic dual photoresponse of anionic chromophores and selective tuning by proteins
Richard Brédy
(LASIM, Lyon)
Status at Mini-Ring: recent progress and perspective
Li Chen
(LASIM, Lyon)
Radiative cooling of anthracene in the Miniring
Robert Continetti
(Univ. of Cal. San Diego)
Studies of Molecular Reaction Dynamics using a Cryogenic Electrostatic Ion Beam Trap
Yoshinori Enomoto
(RIKEN, Tokyo)
Development of a cryogenic electrostatic ring in RIKEN
Andreas Fleischmann
(KIP, Univ. of Heidelberg)
Microcalorimetric detectors for fast molecules and fragments
Michael Gatchell
(Stockholm Univ.)
The Commissioning of the Double ElectroStatic Ion-RingExpEriment (DESIREE)
D. E. Grinfeld
(Thermo Fisher, Bremen)
Orbitrap mass spectrometry
Robert von Hahn
(MPIK Heidelberg)
The Heidelberg cryogenic storage ring CSR
Michael Hass
(Weizmann Inst., Rehovot)
Beta decay spectroscopy in an electrostatic ion beam trap
Sebastian Menk
(MPIK Heidelberg)
Electron autodetachment of sulfur hexafluoride anions
Robert Moshammer
(MPIK Heidelberg)
Ion beam interactions with ultrashort light pulses
Lisbeth M. Nielsen
(Aarhus Univ.)
Absorption by adenine single strands: The role of multiple chromophores
Henrik B. Pedersen
(Aarhus Univ.)
The new electrostatic storage ring SAPHIRA
Christoph Riehn
(Univ. Kaiserslautern)
Laser photofragmentation and ultrafast time-resolved dynamics of trapped complex molecular ions
Marco Rosenbusch
(Univ. Greifswald)
The energy transfer by Coulomb interactions of ion clouds in multi-reflection ion traps
Stefan Schippers
(Univ. Gießen)
Perspectives for Investigations of Chiral Systems with Ion Beams
Thomas Schlathölter
(KVI Groningen)
Biomolecular fragmentation studies using trapped ions and mass spectrometry
Haruo Shiromaru
(TMU Tokio)
Study on carbon cluster and polyyne anions in TMU E-ring
Kristian Støchkel
(Aarhus Univ.)
Spectroscopy of oxyluciferin anions responsible for firefly luminescence
Mark Stockett
(Stockholm Univ.)
Low center-of-mass energy collisions between Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon ions and noble gases
Tetsumi Tanabe
(KEK Tsukuba)
Molecular structure conversion of stored monoanions in an electrostatic storage ring
Jonathan Toker
(Weizmann Inst., Rehovot)
The effect of a localized charge on the structure and stability of Van-der-Waals clusters
Matthias Tombers
(Univ. Kaiserslautern)
Isolated Transition Metal Clusters: Formation and Cold Ion Trap
Investigation for their magnetic properties
Oliver Trapp
(Univ. Heidelberg)
Mass Spectrometry as Indispensible Tool to Investigate Catalytic Reactions
Xavier Urbain
(Univ. Louvain la Neuve)
Ion-neutral merged beams experiments of astrophysical interest
Roland Wester
(Univ. Innsbruck)
Photodetachment spectroscopy of trapped anions
Frank Wienholtz
(Univ. Greifswald)
The ISOLTRAP MR-ToF isobar separator