The RADIATE Summer School is aimed at scientists wishing to understand the basic physics underlying ion beam techniques, ranging from doctoral students and early stage researchers to established scientists new to the field. Scientists wishing to refresh their knowledge are also welcome to sign up for the summer school.
RADIATE summer school 2019
Thursday 10 October to Saturday 12 October 2019
The School, held at the CR2MF in the Louvre Palace, Paris, consists of 2 days of lectures (10-11 October) on the basics of Ion Beam Analysis and will incorporate sessions for the participants to present their present work or projects.
After these basic lectures, the Summer School participants will be able to attend the IBA Conference tutorial on 12 October, which is aimed at scientists already having basic knowledge or some experience in IBA. Leading IBA practitioners will present IBA simulation codes, real applications, case studies, and critical analysis of IBA methods.
The participation fee of 150 € includes all three days of tutorials. Summer School participants are expected to cover their own travel and accommodation expenses.
However, limited support from RADIATE to cover the participation fee as well as travel and accommodation costs will be available. In total, 10 grants are available. Travel and accommodation costs of up to 300 € can be reimbursed under this grant.
Following the tutorials is the 24th International Conference on IBA in Antibes, France, from 13-18 October 2019, which summer school participants are encouraged to attend. Unfortunately, the RADIATE project is unable to provide any financial assistance for the attendance of IBA2019.