The European X-ray Spectrometry Association
in cooperation with the Hungarian Synchrotron Committee,
the Neutron-Synchrotron Group of the Roland Eötvös Physical Society
and the Section of the Austrian Physical Society
"Research with Neutrons and Synchrotron Radiation" (NESY)

organizes a training course on

SR applications in chemistry and environmental sciences.

 

The location of the meeting is the site of the KFKI Campus in Budapest
Limited number of students can be accommodated in the lecture hall of Building 19.
Interested students should send application to exsa@sunserv.kfki.hu with subject SR school. Attendance is only possible with pre-registration.
The participation is free of charge.

Accommodation can be arranged in Hotel Sunlight with 10% reduction with reference to KFKI (about 35 single room)


Tentative program:

November 17

10.00 Welcoming remarks

10.15-11.40 G. Faigel: "SR instrumentation, insertion devices and optics"

12.00-12.40 Cs. Bagyinka: "EXAFS and XANES"

Lunch break

14.00-14.40 B. Beckhoff: "Soft X-ray fluorescence spectrometry"

14.40-15.20 B. Kanngießer: "3D imaging"

15.20-16.00 J. Osán: "Quantitative analysis by SR-XRF"

16.00-16.40 Sz. Török: "SR-XRF of radioactive samples"

16.40-17.20 V. Harmat: "Protein Crystallography"

November 18

09.00-09:40 P. Wobrauschek: " SR-microanalysis"

09:40-10.20 C. Streli: "Synchrotron radiation induced Total Reflection X-ray Fluorescence Analysis and applications"

10.20-11.00 G. Vankó: "High resolution X-ray spectroscopies"

Coffee break

11.40-12.20 A. Bóta: "Anomalous X-ray Small Angle X-ray scattering"

12.20-13.00 D. L. Nagy: "Major SR sources and how to apply for beam time"

Closing address