PiPT7 virtual poster sessions will be conducted through Cvent. There are currently two poster sessions scheduled, on November 10th and on November 16th. The first session will focus on the US and European presentations; the second will focus on the presentations from Asia.

Poster session 1:

November 10 – 12:00pm – 2:00pm MST (Santa Fe time; Central Europe: 8:00pm-10:00pm; Tokyo: 4:00am-6:00am November 11th)

Presenter AffiliationPoster title
Benedikt FausewehLos Alamos National LaboratoryLaser pulse driven nonequilibrium dynamics in the Kondo lattice model
Carmen RoelckeUniversity of RegensburgFemtosecond atomic forces coherently control a single-molecule switch
Liang LuoIowa State UniversityLight control of topologically protected surface transport and surface-bulk coupling in a topological insulator Bi2Se3
Min-Cheol LeeLos Alamos National LaboratoryUltrafast signature of coherence-incoherence crossover in quasiparticle dynamics of Sr2RuO4
Prashant PadmanabhanLos Alamos National LaboratoryGiant Second Harmonic Generation from a Polar van der Waals Bismuth Telluro-Halide Semiconductor
Sarah GrefeLos Alamos National LaboratoryDynamical Quantum Phase Transitions in Topological Superconductors
Venera NasretdinovaCENN Nanocenter, LjubljanaSuperstable electronic textured phase in the correlated molybdenum oxide
Viktor KrapivinStanford UniversityUltrafast Suppression of the Ferroelectric Instability in Potassium Tantalate
Yi LinLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUltrafast Extreme-UV Angle-Resolved Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Momentum-Dependent Band Renormalizations in Monolayer MoS2/HOPG
Yijing HuangStanford UniversityMechanism for the Soft-mode driven lattice instability in SnSe

Poster session 2:

November 16 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm MST (Santa Fe time; Central Europe: 3:00am-5:00am November 17th; Tokyo: 11:00am-1:00pm November 17th)

Akira TakahashiNagoya Institute of TechnologyNeutral-ionic phase transitions and ultrafast control of electronic polarization induced by THz pulse in TTF-CA
Shohei ImaiTohuku UniversityHigh harmonic generation in spontaneously symmetry broken systems
Hitoshi SeoRIKEN, JapanInterplay between coherent excitations and inhomogeneity in photo-induced melting of charge order
Keiki FukumotoKEKMicroscopic study of photogenerated electron dynamics in 3D topological insulator by time-resolved photoemission electron microscopy
Kou TakuboTokyo Institute of TechnologyProbing ultrafast structural and magnetic dynamics by time-resolved soft x-ray scattering and electron diffraction
Ryo FukayaKEKProbing photoinduced spin/orbital dynamics in LaCoO3 thin films with time-resolved x-ray diffraction
Shu OhmuraNagoya Institute of TechnologyUltrafast control of polarization in kappa-(BEDT-TTF)2X by photoinduced phase transition
Tadahiko IshikawaTokyo Institute of TechnologyPhotoinduced structural change in the spin-crossover hybrid system
Tatsuya MiyamotoUniversity of TokyoUltrafast charge and lattice dynamics in photoinduced excitonic-insulator to metal transition investigated by pump-probe reflection spectroscopy
Tokitake YamaguchiKEKPhotoinduced polarization inversion from the electronic ferroelectric ground state of (TMTTF)2PF6 predicted by a one-dimensional extended Hubbard model with dimerization
Jigang WangIowa State UniversityUltrafast non-thermal control of band topology through THz-driven Raman coherence
Yohei KawakamiTohoku UniversityPhotoinduced melting of charge-order triggered by a 6-fs infrared pulse in a ferroelectric organic salt a-(BEDT-TTF)2I3