CONVENTIONAL AND HIGH-ENERGY SPECTROSCOPIES FOR INORGANIC, ORGANIC AND BIOMOLECULAR SURFACES AND INTERFACES
An unconventional school for PhD students and young investigators
Florence, November 27-30 2017
Do you believe you are already using many methods for Surface Analysis?
Do you work in the Materials Science field?
Are you interested in Nanomaterials and/or Surface Science?
Are you a Spectroscopist?
Are you a PhD student looking for a new and multidisciplinary school to complete your program of activities?
As a young investigator, are you interested in refreshing your memories about at least 20 different spectroscopies?
Could you be interested in applying to have access to a beamline?
If you answered “yes” to at least one of these questions, please proceed through the program of our School.
Aims of the School and Topics
The School on CONVENTIONAL AND HIGH-ENERGY SPECTROSCOPIES FOR INORGANIC, ORGANIC AND BIOMOLECULAR SURFACES AND INTERFACES is focused on the spectroscopic and morphological characterization of surfaces and solid interfaces of any possible composition.
A number of instrumental techniques is presented by experts in the field. The first day provides an overview of the most diffused spectroscopies and microscopies for surface analysis. The second day introduces synchrotron facilities and related spectroscopies. The last School session is aimed at encouraging non expert users to apply for having access to synchrotron spectroscopies / beam-lines.
The target audience of this School is preferably composed by PhD students and young researchers.