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845-900   Opening    
900-1000   Lecture T-L1Lecture W-L1Lecture Th-L1Lecture F-L1
1000-1015   Lecture T-L2Lecture W-L2Lecture Th-L2 Short communication F-C1
1015-1030   Short communication F-C2
1030-1045   Short communication F-C3
1045-1100   Short communication F-C4
1100-1130   Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
1130-1200   Lecture T-L3 Lecture W-L3 Progress Report Th-P1Progress Report F-P1
1200-1215   Progress Report Th-P2Short communication F-C5
1215-1230   Progress Report T-P1 Lecture W-L4 Short communication F-C6
1230-1245   Progress Report Th-P3Short communication F-C7
1245-1300   Short communication T-C1Short communication F-C8
1300-1500   LunchLunchLunchLunch
1500-1600   Lecture T-L4 Bicycle tour
or boat trip
across Puck Bay
Lecture Th-L3 Close of the Workshop
1600-1645   Lecture T-L5Lecture Th-L4  
1645-1715   Coffee breakCoffee break  
1715-1745   Progress Report T-P2Progress Report Th-P4 
1745-1800   Short communication T-C2Short communication Th-C1 
2000-2200  Poster SessionWorkshop

1830-2200 Welcome Reception

845-900 Opening
900-1000 Lecture T-L1: Maria Novella Piancastelli, Uppsala University, Sweden
Advances in molecular dynamics at the new synchrotron and free-electron laser sources
1000-1100 Lecture T-L2: Wolfgang E. Ernst, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Cold chemistry in helium droplets
1100-1130 Coffee break
1130-1215 Lecture T-L3: Roman Ciuryło, UMK Toruń, Poland
Spectral line shapes investigation with PDH-locked frequency stabilized CRDS
1215-1245 Progress Report T-P1: Jacek Szczepkowski, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Spectroscopy of heteronuclear dimers containing cesium atoms
1245-1300 Short communication T-C1: Józef E. Sienkiewicz, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
New theoretical results on structure and optical properties of alkali dimers
1300-1500 Lunch
1500-1600 Lecture T-L4: Fernando Martin, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Molecular self-assemblay on metal surfaces and graphene
1600-1645 Lecture T-L5: Dirk van der Werf, Swansea University, UK
Physics with Antiparticles and Antihydrogen
1645-1715 Coffe break
1715-1745 Progress Report T-P2: Bogusław Pranszke, Gdansk University, Gdansk, Poland
Charge transfer excitation in the ion-CO2 collisions under beam conditions
1745-1800 Short communication T-C2: Natalia Targosz-Ślęczka, University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland
Experiments on screening effect in deuteron fusion reaction at extremely low energies
1830-1930 Dinner

900-1000 Lecture W-L1: William van Wijngaarden, York University, Toronto, Canada
Precision measurements in neutral and singly ionized lithium
1000-1100 Lecture W-L2: Joachim Ullrich, Max-Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Heidelberg, Germany
Pump-Probe Experiments at FELs
1100-1130 Coffee break
1130-1215 Lecture W-L3: Peter Lambropoulos, University of Crete, Greece
Multiple Ionization under Strong XUV and X-ray Radiation
1215-1300 Lecture W-L4: Jerzy Zachorowski, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
Optical atomic clocks
1300-1500 Lunch
1500-------- Bicycle tour or boat trip across Puck Bay
1830-1930 Dinner
2000-2200 Poster Session

900-1000 Lecture Th-L1: Thomas Stohlker, GSI Darstadt, Germany
Test of quantum electrodynamics in strong Coulomb and intense photon fields
1000-1100 Lecture Th-L2: Ulrich Eichmann, Max Born Institute, Berlin, Germany
Excitation and acceleration of atoms in strong short-pulse laser field
1100-1130 Coffee break
1130-1200 Progress Report Th-P1: Marek Stankiewicz, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
SOLARIS - Polish Synchrotron Radiation Facility
1200-1230 Progress Report Th-P2: Łukasz Kłosowski, UMK Toruń, Poland
Molecular ions in quadrupole trap
1230-1300 Progress Report Th-P3: Anna Wojna, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
3He polarization in high field for MR imaging
1300-1500 Lunch
1500-1600 Lecture Th-L3: Gebhard von Oppen, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
A new perspective on the transition from quantum to classical physics
1600-1645 Lecture Th-L4: Zdzisław Musielak, The University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Origin of Schrodinger-like Equations and Quantum Mechanics without Classical Mass and Planck Constant
1645-1715 Coffe break
1715-1745 Progress Report Th-P4: Alicja Domaracka, Centre de Recherche sur les Ions, les Matériaux et la Photonique, France
Stability of biomolecular systems under low-energy ion impact
1745-1800 Short communication Th-C1: Patryk Kamiński, Gdansk University, Gdansk, Poland
Charge distribution of He states, excited by electron capture in He+ (10-30 keV) - He collisions
2000-2200 Workshop Banquet

900-1000 Lecture F-L1: Stephan Denifl, Leopold Franzens-Universitat Innsbruck, Austria
Inelastic electron scattering from doped helium droplets
1000-1015 Short communication F-C1: Paweł Możejko, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
Low energy electron collisions with formic acid
1015-1030 Short communication F-C2: Małgorzata Jędrzejewska-Szczerska, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
Measurement of complex refractive index of human blood by low-coherent interferometry
1030-1045 Short communication F-C3: Anna Wojna, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
SEOP polarization of 129Xe
1045-1100 Short communication F-C4: Patryk Jasik, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
The electronic structure and the time-dependent description of the rotational predissociation of LiH.
1100-1130 Coffee break
1130-1200 Progress Report F-P1: Adam Cenian, Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences, Gdansk, Poland
Plasma-wall interactions in ion thrusters
1200-1215 Short communication F-C5: Łukasz Gołuński Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
Influence of substrate pretreatment and seeding on nucleation and growth of microwave PACVD diamond
1215-1230 Short communication F-C6: Agnieszka Włodarkiewicz, Pomeranian University of Słupsk, Słupsk, Poland
Spectral Inhomogeneity in Liquid Solutions of Benzonitriles
1230-1245 Short communication F-C7: Tomasz Urbańczyk, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
Pulsed supersonic beam source of cadmium dimers - first step towards realization of the E-P-R experiment
1300-1500 Lunch
Close of the Workshop