Photon Science Roadmap- for Research Infrastructures 2025-2028 by the Swiss Photon Community
Majed Chergui - elected to the European Academy of Sciences
Ruth Signorell - elected to the European Academy of Sciences
Proof of concept ERC Grant for Ursula Keller Dual-comb laser driven terahertz spectrometer for industrial sensing (DC-THz)
Farewell and Welcome!Chris Milne leaves for the European XFEL, Camila Bacellar takes over
SY-GAIA expedition - measures aerosols in the North-Atlantic
Synergy grants for MUST-AssociatesSylvie Roke (EPFL) and Gebhard Schertler (PSI/ETH).
Promotion to Associate Professor of Photonicscongratulations to Rachel Grange!
First light in the SwissFEL Maloja endstation- on track for first experiments in 2021
New scientific highlights- by MUST PIs Chergui, Milne, Wörner, Vaníček and Röthlisberger

Annual Meeting 22 - 24 January 2018, Grindelwald

The NCCR MUST Annual Meeting with PIs, Junior PIs, PhD students, PostDocs, Management, Delegates and Associated Members.

Photo Gallery

Program 2018
Poster Session Abstracts 2018
Presentation Abstracts 2018

Prof. Todd Martinez, Dept. of Chemistry, Stanford University, USA
Research areas: Development of the ability to design molecular systems with desired functions from first principles

Prof. Henrik Stapelfeldt, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Research areas: Control and spectroscopy of molecules by lasers

Prof. Tomas Brage, Dean of Education, Dept. of Physics, University of Lund, Sweden
Equality, Equal Opportunities and Diversity and Computational Atomic Structure

Women Scientist Workshop:
(Monday 22 January 2018, 9am - 12 noon)
Prof. Natalie Banerji, University of Bern and Prof. Rachel Grange, ETH Zürich

Evening event
Registration for the evening event on January 23, 18:00: fondue and sledging on the Bussalp.

Hotel Sunstar, Grindelwald
Grindelwald in Winter
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