08/12/2018

50th IFF Spring School Scattering! Soft, Functional and Quantum Materials


  • START DATE
    11/03/2019
  • EVENT TYPE
    Training
  • LOCATION
    Germany, Jülich
  • END DATE
    22/03/2019
  • ORGANISER
    Jülich Forschungszentrum

Application Deadline: January 10, 2018

The Institut für Festkörperforschung (IFF) Spring School 2019 will provide a solid introduction into scattering methods for the investigation of condensed matter and biomaterials. Advanced methods at novel large scale facilities like the x-ray free electron laser XFEL or the MW spallation sources will be highlighted. The power of modern scattering techniques will be demonstrated by examples for topical research in various fields - from Quantum Materials through Functional Materials to Soft Matter and Life Sciences. Finally, complementary techniques such as electron spectroscopy, modern electron microscopy etc. will be presented. The School is open for students and young researchers who have a basic knowledge of quantum mechanics and physics or chemistry of condensed matter.

 

School Fee

Registration Fee only: 50 Euro (WITHOUT accommodation)

Full Fee - registration and accommodation: 380 Euro 

For details, please see our Registration and Accommodation pages

 

Financial Support

Students who have not yet finished their Master’s degree can apply for financial support from the Forschungszentrum Jülich to cover part of the accommodation costs. To qualify, valid proof of student status as well as a reference letter from your supervisor must be supplied upon registration.

 

Registration and Payment

When you have completed your registration, you will receive an automatic acknowledgement by email, so please make sure that your email address is entered correctly.

All further instructions regarding your registration and payment will follow shortly afterwards, as soon as your application has been processed.

For more information please visit http://www.fz-juelich.de/pgi/EN/Leistungen/SchoolsAndCourses/SpringSchool/_node.html

 

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