Last updated on 7 february 2013
Future challenges for the theory of x-ray spectroscopy
11-12 April 2013
Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK
Continuous interplay between theory and experiment has been particularly fruitful in synchrotron radiation research. The theory of x-ray spectroscopy has strongly evolved over the last few decades and is entering a new phase with the arrival of XFELs. Many new theories can now be tested in an unprecedented way. This workshop is intended not only to support theory for current x-ray experiments, but especially to anticipate the development of new theory ahead of experiments. It will report on the boundaries of knowledge and enlighten us as to why we need to think about the x-ray spectroscopy and scattering of the future.
There is no registration fee for this two-day workshop, however, places are limited and registration requests will be evaluated.
To register for this event and for further information please visit the website.
Gerrit van der Laan