Berlin Joint EPR lab organisiert 7te Sommerschule der "European Federation of EPR groups" mit 120 Teilnehmenden aus 26 Ländern

In einer Woche Sommerschule erhielten die Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer einen Einblick in die Methodenvielfalt der Elektronenspinresonanz. © HZB

100 Studierende sowie 20 Dozentinnen und Dozenten aus aller Welt kamen Ende August für eine Woche nach Berlin, um an der größten und traditionsreichsten Schule auf dem Gebiet der Elektronen Paramagnetische Resonanz (EPR) teilzunehmen. Organisiert wurde die Sommerschule mit Unterstützung des HZB von den Gruppen des Berlin Joint EPR labs (BeJEL) des HZB und der Freien Universität Berlin.

Rückmeldung von Teilnehmenden der Schule:

“It was truly a wonderful experience for me. Coming from a biology-focused background, it was really a unique  experience for me to interact with physicists, and hear how full-time EPR labs think about the technique and pushing it forward. From these discussions I learned many things that are immediately helpful to me in my research. Because the lectures were so comprehensive, I was also able to also identify areas where I can learn more, and was given excellent resources for further study of EPR.”

“Thank you again for a very interesting and motivating summer school. I am sure that we all benefitted a lot from lectures, discussions and in particular from networking both with the professors but also with our fellow young researchers. I can see that a lot of people are connecting via facebook these days :-)”

“I would like to thank you and your team for the organization of the 7th EPR summer school. Everything was perfect. I learned a lot about different applications of EPR and I have met wonderful people thanks to you.”

“Thanks again for arranging such an excellent summer school! It’s definitely been a highlight of the summer and highly beneficial!”