The objective of the Conference of Young Scientists in Atomic and Molecular Physics (J2IFAM) is both the dissemination of the research work of young scientists (pre- and post-doctoral) of the most diverse areas of physics and chemistry, such as promoting the exchange of ideas and the establishment of collaborations between them. This free registration conference, represent an ideal opportunity for participants to share and discuss their scientific work in a relaxed atmosphere.
The J2IFAM includes, among others, the following areas of research:
- Spectroscopy and application of spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques.
- Computational modeling, conformational analysis and reactivity of chemical systems.
- Quantum physics and quantum chemistry.
- Biomolecules and biophysics.
- Femtochemistry and Laser Control.
- Nanoparticles and aggregates.
- Dynamic studies of elementary processes.
- Physical Optics.
- Physics of plasmas.
The full list of fields that comprise the subject of J2IFAM as well as full details on the format of communications can be viewed at the following link. All contact information necessary for registration is here.
The J2IFAM was born in 2008 within the Department of Atomic, Molecular Physics and Aggregates in the Fundamental Physics Institute (CSIC). Subsequent editions have taken place in various parts of the country : University of Barcelona (2010) , University of Santiago de Compostela (2011), University of Granada (2012), Complutense University of Madrid (2013), University of the Basque Country (2014), University of Jaén (2015) and University of Valladolid (2016).
The J2IFAM IX will be held from 22nd to 24th March 2017 at the University of Seville. As in previous editions, its organization is run by a group of pre- and post- doctoral students, in this case from the Department of Physical Chemistry of the University of Seville. In this edition we have the cooperation of the Faculty of Chemistry and Physics at the University of Seville, as well as numerous companies and public and private entities.