Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Laboratory Compact Light Sources Light Sources Leuven - Belgium 2-4 September, 2008 Scope of the Symposium : The need for advanced light sources is well.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Laboratory Compact Light Sources Light Sources Leuven - Belgium 2-4 September, 2008 Scope of the Symposium : The need for advanced light sources is well."— Presentation transcript:

1 Laboratory Compact Light Sources Light Sources Leuven - Belgium 2-4 September, 2008 Scope of the Symposium : The need for advanced light sources is well documented by the creation of new large scale synchrotron facilities and strong upgrade programmes of older facilities. The applications of light sources encompass all aspects of sciences spanning the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, material science, electronics and medicine. An option to provide “more light” to this community is to develop new compact laboratory sources. Recently, several “laboratory scale compact light sources” were proposed. This symposium will serve as a forum to introduce and examine these laboratory scale compact light sources, and assess how they perform in real life experiments. Abstract submission : July, 20 Notification of acceptance: August, 1 Payment of all-in registration : August, 15 Arrival: September, 1 Departure: September, 5 Jean-Pierre Locquet Conference Chairmen Scientific sessions on September 2, 3 and 4. Invited and Contributed Speakers Poster Session Mail : K. U. Leuven Celestijnenlaan 200 D B-3001 Heverlee, Belgium Fax: For more information about the conference: Registration fee: 250 EUR per person, which includes conference registration (welcome drink, abstract and programme book, conference CDROM, session attendance, coffee breaks and conference trip and dinner) H. Yamada (Japan) K. Woods (Carnegi Mellon Uni.) T. Baumbach (Karlsruhe) D. Moser (Singapure) Wenbing Yun (Concord) R. Ruth (Lyncean) S. Offerman (Delft) P. Walter (Louvre-Paris) A. Magerl (U of Erlangen) U. Schade (BESSY) H. Oyanagi (AIST- ) A. Sakellariou (ANU - Australia) K. Andersson (Oslo University) D. Minkov (Ritsumeikan Uni) W. Ludwig (INSA Lyon) Gwyn P. Williams (TJ NAF –USA) The conference (sessions and acommodation) will take place at the NOVOTEL in hystorical city of Leuven (Flanders, Belgium). Third International Symposium on Hironari Yamada the EU – FP7-Infrastructures , Collaborative Project, Capacities, Design studies for research infrastructures in all S&T fields - programme Photon Production Laboratory & Ritsumeikan University Accommodation is foreseen in the NOVOTEL -Leuven. Participants should contact the hotel themselfs (see web page) and fax a reservation sheet to The special conference fee is €90 per night and per person in a single room, €111 for two persons in a double room. a SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME of the EUROPEAN UNION Laboratory Compact Light Sources A JOINT EUROPEAN - JAPANESE DESIGN STUDY Preliminary list of invited speakers (30 talks)About the programme Johan Vanacken Conference Secretary M. Moon (Rits-Uni) T. Hirai (Rits-Uni) M. Morita (PPL) D. Hasegawa (PPL) S. Wilkins (CSIRO) C. Marchiori (IBM-Zurich) A. Bravin (ESRF – Grenoble) D. Habs (MAP-project) M. Carpinelli (INFN – Cagliari) R. Longo (ELETTRA – Trieste) M. van der Wiel (Eindhoven) R. Farrow –Daresbury F. Bijkerk (Rijnhuizen) H. Poulsen (Risoe) F. van der Veen (ETH Zurich) Programme and Advisory Committee Registration Accomodation Conference Contact Website Conference Location Deadlines (2008) Sponsors G. Marchal (K.U.Leuven -Be) E. Lorenzo (CNRS-Grenoble - Fr) T. Giessel (Bestec –Berlin -De) A. Thissen (SPECS – Berlin - De) M. Gambaccini (Uni-Ferrara - It) W. Bras (ESRF – Grenoble -Fr) G. Rikken (LNCMP – Toulouse -Fr) C. Detlefs (ESRF – Grenoble - Fr) K. Temst (K.U.Leuven -Be) P. Rullhusen (EC – Mol - Be) A. Vigilante (Bruker -De ) C. Marchiori (IBM Zürich - Ch) T. Baumbach (ANKA Karlruhe -De) Amemiya (k.u-Tokyo - Jp) Alberto Bravin (ESRF – Grenoble - Fr) M. Douka (EU) J. Vermant (K.U. Leuven - Be) H. Yamada (Rits - Jp) H.O. Moser (SSLS – Sg) Wembing Yun (XRADIA – Concord - Us ) L. Kestens (R.U.Ghent - Be) S. Offerman (T.U.Delft - Nl) J. Chikawa (Japan - Jp) K. Kohra (Japan - Jp) F. Van den Heuvel (K.U.Leuven –Be)


Download ppt "Laboratory Compact Light Sources Light Sources Leuven - Belgium 2-4 September, 2008 Scope of the Symposium : The need for advanced light sources is well."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google