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The HZB X-ray Corelab kindly offers the second X-ray school for master and PhD students at Lise-Meitner-Campus.

The aim of the course is to train participants in various X-ray diffraction methods that they can apply them in their current scientific project. The school will focus on phase analysis applying crystallographic databases, crystal structure analysis at ambient mehr

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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: mehr

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Institut - Silizium Photovoltaik

Dr. Paul Harten

MSc Nga Phung

Institut - Methoden und Instrumentierung der Synchrotronstrahlung

Prof. Dr. Alexander Föhlisch et al.
Academic Director

The Young and Experienced Investigators Exchange Workshop takes place from 5-8 May 2019 at Hotel Goldener Löwe in Meissen, a cultural local centre of Saxonia, Germany, and easy to reach from Berlin and via the city of Dresden. The 2019 workshop focuses on both experimental and theoretical projects. Applications are invited until Feb. 22th, 2019. (Places are limited.) mehr


Prof. Dr. Alexander Föhlisch et al.

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