Attosecond Science at NRC
The Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences at the National Research Council of Canada houses ones of the world's most influential groups in femtosecond science. They specialize in femtosecond laser sources, attosecond xuv sources, strong field atomic and molecular physics, molecular dynamics, and theory of atoms and molecules in intense fields.
Femtosecond science is divided into three groups within the Steacie Institute: (1) Attosecond Science, (2) Molecular Photonics, and (3) Theory and Computation. These groups are loosely led by world-renowned physicist, Paul Corkum.
This website is hosted by the NRC Attosecond Science group, although it contains information on other groups that are doing related research.
The Attosecond program is now part of the Joint Attosecond Science Laboratory (JASLab), a partnership between the University of Ottawa and the National Research Council of Canada. JASLab has a separate website.
If you are looking for the 2012 Ultrafast Dynamic Imaging of Matter Conference, click here.