Advanced Light Sources: Principles, Methods and Multidisciplinary Applications

Registrations are open for the School on Advanced Light Sources: Principles, Methods and Multidisciplinary Applications, ICTP, Trieste, 20 April - 1 May 2020

The School targets young scientists to introduce them to the exceptional research opportunities offered by synchrotron and free-electron-laser (FEL) facilities worldwide for exploring the properties of all types of matter.

The school will provide an overview of the production and characteristics of synchrotron and free-electron-laser light, its interaction with matter and the numerous experimental methods enabled by these interactions that have become indispensable tools spanning over all domains of basic and applied research. The school lecturers will demonstrate the multidisciplinary applications and the most recent instrumental developments and science breakthroughs in the fields relevant to their expertise. The program will also include discussions of the lecturers with the students, talks describing the open access to these facilities based on the merits of the proposed project and possible industrial application. Demonstration sessions will be organized at the beamlines of Elettra’s synchrotron and FEL facilities.

Registrations at

DEADLINE: 15 January 2020. 

Read more on the LAAAMP events page.

Posted 14 Nov 2019