Veranstaltungen



Veranstaltungen des HZB

The ERL'19 workshop is the eighth in the series of biannual international workshops covering accelerator physics and technology of Energy Recovery Linacs. The workshop will serve as a forum for scientists and engineers from around the world to review the latest developments in ERL physics, technology and applications, to exchange ideas and discuss.


Among the issues to be addressed are:



The International Society for Sample Environment (ISSE) invites students, postdocs, technicians and engineers to participate at the 3rd  ISSE Training School in Berlin from Sunday, Oct. 27th to Friday, Nov. 1st, 2019.


The biennial course will be hosted by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB), operating the BER II neutron source (Lise-Meitner Campus,



Veranstaltungen (mit Beteiligung externer Veranstalter)

Björn Rau, Berit Müller, Andreas Wiege, Elisa Förster
Diese Veranstaltung richtet sich an Archtekt*innen

Bauwerk- oder gebäudeintegrierte Photovoltaik (BIPV) ist kein neues Konzept, wird jedoch oft bei der Planung von Neubauten und Sanierung von Bestandsgebäuden nicht berücksichtigt. Mangelndes Wissen über BIPV und deren (Gestaltungs-)Potentiale stellen ein großes Hindernis dar. Durch unsere Veranstaltung möchten wir Architekt*innen über die Chancen und Herausforderungen


Inauguration of the Undulator Beamline of the Russian-German Laboratory at BESSY II
Accompanied by a workshop on Spin-resolved Photoemission and Electronic Structure of Quantum and Energy Materials


On 28 Oct 2019, in the morning we will inaugurate the new RGBL2 undulator beamline with permanent end station for spin- and angle-resolved photoemission.


Subsequently, we will highlight the scientific opportunities with a workshop on "Spin-resolved photoemission and electronic structure of quantum and energy materials”. The workshop will start around noon on 28 Oct and end with a dinner and poster session on 29 Oct.



Institut - Methoden und Instrumentierung der Synchrotronstrahlung

Prof. Dr. Alexander Föhlisch et al.
Organizer

Adding the dimension of time to the selectivity of X-rays is
bringing new impetus to many longstanding scientific
questions. The ability to distinguish atomic constituents and
their properties, to capture transient states of matter, and to
follow electronic and structural dynamics on elemental time
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