Report of the RADIATE summer school 2019 in Paris, France

A group photo during the RADIATE Summer School visit to the AGLAE ion beam laboratory of the C2RMF laboratories at the Palais du Louvre, Paris, France. © I. Vickridge

The first RADIATE summer school took place earlier this month in conjunction with IBA2019. 23 participants from 11 countries took part in two days of workshops and lectures. The Summer School was held at the CR2MF in the Louvre Palace, Paris and gave insights into the basics of Ion Beam Analysis. Participants of the summer school had the chance to attend the subsequent <a href=”” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>IBA Conference tutorial</a> on 12 October. Leading IBA practitioners presented IBA simulation codes, real applications, case studies, and critical analysis of IBA methods.

Continue to read a full report by Ian Vickridge, chair of the RADIATE Summer School 2019

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