Ultrafast techniques (IMPRS-UFAST core course)

Prof. Dr. Nils Huse, Prof. Dr. Henry Chapman

Course

Description

The course focuses on the use of modern light/ X-ray/ electron sources for investigating the physics/ chemistry/ biology phenomena. We will discuss scattering and image reconstruction techniques, spectroscopy and their use for time-resolved measurements . Key questions addressed are which techniques exist, how to use them, and which method is best used to reach a certain goal.

Key topics: Scattering techniques light/ X-ray/ electron sources/ Image reconstruction techniques/ Multidimensional spectroscopy techniques/ Regular x-ray spectroscopy/ Time and space resolved techniques/ Pump-probe techniques

place: CFEL/building 99 

Time: 9.30-13.00

Mon 26.03.18 (Sem room IV) 

Tue 27.03.18 (Sem room IV) 

Wed 28.03.18 (Sem room IV) 

Thu 29.03.2018 (Sem room IV) 

Wed 11.04.2018 (Sem room IV) 

Tue 17.04.2018 (Sem room O1.060)

General Data

  • Abbreviation
    I-UF C4
  • Semester
    winter semester 17/18
  • Target Groups
  • Course Type
    seminar
  • Course Language
    English
  • Departments
    MIN Graduate Center > MPI for the Structure and Dynamics of Matter

Place and Time

Date
  • Place
    CFEL, Geb. 99, Campus Bahrenfeld SemRm IV
  • Time
    from 26/03/2018 to 29/03/2018 from 09:30 to 13:00
Date
  • Place
    CFEL, Geb. 99, Campus Bahrenfeld SemRm IV
  • Time
    at 11/04/2018 from 09:30 to 13:00
Date
  • Place
    CFEL, Geb. 99, Campus Bahrenfeld SemRm 01.060
  • Time
    at 17/04/2018 from 09:30 to 13:00

Recognition Modalities

  • Number of Semester Hours
    1
  • Amount of Credit Points
    1.5
  • Creditable as
    • MIN doctoral program: research related for CUI
    • MIN doctoral program: research related for IMPRS-UFast
    • MIN doctoral program: research related for IMPRS-UFast

Registration Modalities

  • Type of Place Allocation
    First come - first served (after the registration has been received)
  • Information about Registration
    Priority will be given to IMPRS-UFAST students
  • Max. Number of Participants
    15