1.      Gabriel Balint-Kurti, University of Bristol, “Time-dependent quantum dynamics and the control of molecular motion.”

2.      Eric Bittner, University of Houston, “Quantum dynamics, DNA, and Evolution.”

3.      Irene Burghardt, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, “Mixed Quantum-Classical Trajectory Dynamics.”

4.      Sophya Garashchuk, University of South Carolina, “Semiclassical approach to quantum trajectory dynamics.”

5.      Hua Guo, University of New Mexico, “Iterative Solutions to Spectroscopic and Dynamical Problems.”

6.      Bill Hase, Texas Tech University, “Non-IRC and Non-RRKM Post-Transition State Dynamics.”

7.      Graeme Henkelman, University of Texas, “Simulating long time scale dynamics in atomic systems.”

8.      Keith Hughes, University of Bangor, Wales, “Quantum Hydrodynamics for Mixed States.”

9.      Brian Kendrick, Los Alamos National Laboratory, “Quantum wave packet dynamics with trajectories: Computational issues.”

10.  Donald J. Kouri, University of Houston, “Minimum Uncertainty Wavelets and the Harmonic Oscillator.”

11.  Aron Kuppermann, CalTech, “Democratic Hyperspherical Coordinates for Five Atoms and Beyond.”

12.  Claude Leforestier, Universite Montpellier 2 Sciences et Techniques, France, “The quest for a quantum liquid water potential.”

13.  David Manolopolous, Oxford University, “Chemical reaction rates from ring polymer molecular dynamics.”

14.  Salvador Miret-Artes, Instituto de Matematicas y Fisica Fundamental, Spain,Bob Wyatt: The Indiana Jones of Quantum Trajectories.

15.  Andre Nauts, UCL, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium & Université Paris-Sud, Orsay, France,Unusual commutation relations and elegant N-atom Hamiltonian operators.

16.  Gerard Parlant, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Montpellier, Quantum Trajectory Dynamics.

17.  Lucas PetteyUniversit of Texas, Austin, Wave packet dynamics with adaptive grids: The moving boundary truncation method.”

18.  Bill Poirier, Texas Tech University, “Bipolar Quantum Trajectory Methods.”

19.  Peter Rossky, University of Texas, Austin “Exploiting Rapid Decoherence to Simulate Condensed Phase Quantum Dynamics.”

20.  Angel Sanz, Instituto de Matematicas y Fisica Fundamental, Spain, Speakable and Unspeakable in Bohmian Mechanics.

21.  Kazuo Takatsuka, University of Tokyo “Quantum mechanical flux in chemical reactions; Nonadiabatic electron current chemistry.”

22.  David Tannor, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot, Israel, “Bohmian mechanics with complex action: An exact formulation of quantum mechanics using complex trajectories.”