Giulio Vampa is a research scientist at the National Research Council of Canada, and part of the Joint Attosecond Science Laboratory (JASLab) between NRC and the University of Ottawa. He is a fellow of the Joint Center for Extreme Photonics (JCEP) and an adjunct professor of physics at the University of Ottawa.

Giulio earned a Ph.D. in Physics in 2016 at the University of Ottawa under the supervision of Paul Corkum, after which he broadened his research to encompass nanoscale applications of extreme photonics as a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford PULSE Institute, advised by David Reis, until September 2020.

Giulio is a member of The Optical Society (OSA) and the American Physical Society (APS). For OSA, he currently chairs the technical group on Short Wavelength Sources and Attosecond/High-field Physics (OSAOH). His interests encompass the fundamentals and the applications of attosecond science in materials and nanostructured solids.

2020 Schawlow-Townes Symposium – High-harmonic generation at the nanoscale.