February 28, 2007 to March 2, 2007
DESY Hamburg
Europe/Berlin timezone
The application for this conference is closed.

X-Ray Investigation of Ultrafast Processes

  • Sources of ultrashort x-ray pulses
  • Scattering techniques and instrumentation
  • Detection of ultrafast processes
Scientific applications in the areas of
  • Atomic and molecular physics
  • Plasma and condensed-matter physics
  • Chemistry and life-sciences

Free-electron lasers for short-wavelength radiation are a new light source providing extremely high brilliance radiation. These novel sources allow for new experimental techniques, therefore enabling new science to be investigated. The courses shall provide basic knowledge about new directions of X-Ray research and address Diploma student and PhD students and young research fellows. This 6th course is devoted to the investigation of ultrafast processes using short-wavelength radiation. State-of-the-art experimental techniques and key scientific applications will be discussed. The number of participants is limited. Applications for this course should be made not later than January 15, 2007.
DESY Hamburg
Bldg. 28c
Notkestr. 85 22067 Hamburg
  • A. Rousse
  • T. Tschentscher
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