The PSI Summer Camp is a new initiative with the goal to provide a forum for leading scientists to meet and discuss the fundamental aspects and open questions of current scientific interest. It follows a more than 20 year tradition to hold condensed matter schools at the Lyceum Alpinum in Zuoz, that provides a lively and informal environment for scientific discussions.
The PSI Summer Camp 2020 will focus on topological aspects in condensed matter. It will cover keynote lectures on topology, frustrated magnetism, topological band structures, 2D materials, topological superconductivity, skyrmions, the use of topology in applications and out-of-equilibrium phases.
The DanScatt annual meeting 2020 takes place at DTU Campus in Lyngby.
Danscatt is an instrument centre for the Danish users of synchrotron- and neutron-sources as well as free-electron X-ray lasers, supported by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
It provides funding for travels to experiments and provides advice for new users. It supports the Danish memberships in ESS, E-XFEL, ESRF and ILL, as well as strategic collaborations with PSI and MAX IV.
CINEMAX VI follows up on the successful CINEMAX I to CINEMAX V summer schools, where you get the chance to get teaching and hands on experience with the complete workflow of high-resolution tomography analysis.
Over 5 days, you will get introduced to data acquisition, 3D reconstruction, segmentation and meshing and, finally, 3D modelling of data to extract physical parameters describing mechanical and flow properties. The teaching and the exercises will take place in close interaction with top experts in the field. Exercises will require some basic programming skills, and will be carried out in a common python environment, introduced through an e-learning program that the students are required to follow before the school.
The event will no longer take place due to coronavirus (COVID-19).
The European Microscopy Congress is known for being the largest European stage for cross-disciplinary research and emc2020 will be no different. The broad scientific programme will welcome contributions from all over the world, showcasing the latest research in life sciences, physical sciences and engineering across all microscopy and imaging techniques.
The emc2020 conference will provide a wide variety of topics with at least six, up to eight daily parallel sessions planned. Anyone working with or studying microscopy is believed to find a number of talks and sessions of interest to them.