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  • From: "Nagy, Denes Lajos" <nagy.denes AT wigner.mta.hu>
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  • Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 11:00:15 +0100 (CET)
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Kedves Kollégák,

szeretném felhívni a figyelmet az alábbi iskolára. A kurzusnak külön aktualitást és jelentőséget ad az a tény, hogy Hamburgban ez év nyarán megkezdődnek a felhasználói kísérletek a European XFEL keményröntgen-szabadelektronlézernél. Mivel Magyarország a European XFEL teljes jogú tagja, magyar kutatók jó eséllyel pályázhatnak nyalábidőre. A kurzus természetesen más röntgenforrások nanotudományi alkalmazásaival is foglalkozik.

Üdvözlettel,

Nagy Dénes Lajos

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Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 09:16:08 +0100 (CET)
From: Matthias Kreuzeder
<research-course-org AT desy.de>
Subject: DESY Research Course 2017 - Nanoscience at modern X-ray sources

Dear colleagues, We would like to draw your attention on the upcoming DESY Research Course 2017 on "Nanoscience at modern X-ray sources" to be held from 01 March 2017 to 03 March 2017 at DESY, Hamburg, Germany. Please forward this mail to interested members in your group.


Information and registration to the course can be found online:

researchcourse2017.desy.de

Registration is free of charge and should be made not later than February 24, 2017.

With kind regards,
Matthias Kreuzeder
Felix Lehmkühler
Gerhard Grübel


DESY Research Course 2017 - Nanoscience at modern X-ray sources

In recent years nanomaterials have become omnipresent in modern every-day life. Nanomaterials play an important role in various fields, ranging from catalysis, micro- and opto-electronics to cosmetics and medical applications. In order to understand structure and function on the nanoscale, scattering and spectroscopy techniques are widely used.

Especially with the advent of X-ray Free-Electron Laser sources and the last generation of storage rings generating highly-brilliant X-ray beams, new experiments will extend our knowledge of these materials.

The 16th DESY Research Course will provide an introduction to the recent developments in the field of Nanoscience. Special attention will be paid on modern experimental techniques and scientific applications, with a particular focus on progress of X-ray scattering and spectroscopy. The course addresses master and PhD students, young research fellows, as well as interested scientists.


  • [Fizinfo] DESY Research Course 2017 - Nanoscience at modern X-ray sources, Nagy, Denes Lajos, 01/10/2017

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