50th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
May 27-May 31, 2019 • Milwaukee, Wisconsin


DAMOP 2020

Abstract Submission

Abstract Submission Deadline: PASSED
Postdeadline: March 4, 2019
Withdrawal Deadline: May 17, 2019

DAMOP is now accepting post-deadline poster abstracts on a space-available basis.

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Abstract Sorting Categories

Please Note: There were major changes to DAMOP sorting categories this year - review new categories, including many FOCUS sessions. There is a special category (8.9) for GPMFC student poster award submissions.

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1.0 Structure and Properties of Atoms, Ions, and Molecules
1.1 Spectroscopy, lifetimes, oscillator strengths
1.2 Applications of atomic, molecular, and collisional data
1.3 Photoionization, photodetachment, and photodissociation

2.0 Atomic, Molecular, and Charged Particle Collisions
2.1 Atom-atom and atom-molecule collisions
2.2 Electron-atom collisions
2.3 Electron-molecule collisions
2.4 Ion-atom and ion-ion collisions
2.5 Collisions involving antimatter, clusters and surfaces
2.6 FOCUS: Time-resolved electron scattering processes

3.0 Ultrafast and Strong Field Physics 
3.1 Atoms, molecules, and clusters in strong fields  
3.2 Strong field physics involving condensed matter
3.3 Time-resolved electron dynamics and attosecond spectroscopy
3.4 Time-resolved molecular dynamics and femtochemistry
3.5 Coherent/Quantum control: ultrafast and strong field processes
3.6 Science with XUV and X-ray free-electron lasers
3.7 Ultrafast imaging
3.8 Ultrafast or high intensity light sources and lasers
3.9 FOCUS: Science with X-ray and free electron lasers
3.10 FOCUS: Ultrafast dynamics in atoms and molecules
3. 11 FOCUS: Imaging techniques and novel spectroscopy techniques
3. 12 FOCUS: Ultrafast processes in condensed-matter, nano-structures and clusters

4.0 Lasers and Quantum Optics
4.1 Quantum communication
4.2 Nonlinear optics
4.3 Atom and matter-wave optics and interferometers
4.4 Quantum networks and quantum memories
4.5 Continuous variable quantum optics
4.6 Quantum/Coherent control: cold gases and quantum information
4.7 Cavity QED and nanophotonics
4.8 Laser instrumentation

5.0 Quantum Information Science
5.1 Quantum simulation
5.2 Quantum computation: gates, algorithms, and architectures
5.3 Quantum metrology and sensing
5.4 Quantum Characterization, Verification, and Validation
5.5 Open Quantum Systems
5.6 Hybrid Quantum Systems
5.7 FOCUS: New developments in quantum metrology and sensing

6.0 Degenerate gases and many-body physics
6.1 Bose-Einstein condensates
6.2 Degenerate Fermi gases
6.3 Spinor gases and magnetic phenomena
6.4 Quantum gases in low dimensions
6.5 Out-of-equilibrium trapped gases
6.6 Quantum phases in optical lattices
6.7 Synthetic gauge fields and spin-orbit coupling in Bose and Fermi gases
6.8 FOCUS: Quantum gases with long range interactions

7.0 Cold atoms, ions, molecules, and plasmas
7.1 Laser Cooling and Trapping
7.2 Dynamics of cold atoms in optical lattices
7.3 Trapped Ions
7.4 Ultracold collisions and photoassociation processes
7.5 Cold and ultracold molecules
7.6 Long-range or anisotropic Interactions in cold gases
7.7 Cold Rydberg gases and plasmas
7.8 FOCUS: Frontiers of ultracold molecules

8.0 General Precision Measurements
8.1 Fundamental constants
8.2 Tests of basic laws and discrete symmetries
8.3 Search for beyond the Standard Model interactions, including EDM searches
8.4 Searches for dark matter and dark energy
8.5 Atomic clocks
8.6 Atomic magnetometers
8.7 Atom interferometers
8.8 Precision measurements with molecules
8.9 GPMFC student poster award submission
8.10 FOCUS: Probes of fundamental physics with atom interferometry
8.11 FOCUS: Advances in optical atomic clocks
8.12 FOCUS: Tests of discrete symmetries
8.13 FOCUS: Searches for dark matter