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2011 Summerschool on Condensed Matter Research

Date Sa, 13.08.2011 - Mo, 22.08.2011
Time 2011 PSI Summerschool on Condensed Matter Research
Location Zug
Program Probing Phase Transitions using Photons, Muons and Neutrons

Phase transitions are not only a well known fact of everyday life, but also an important field of current research and of technological applications. In this Summer School, more than 20 world-class experts will introduce the different aspects of phase transitions from an experimental and theoretical point of view. Following the school, a practical training at PSI will allow approx. 25 students to gain hands-on experience with state-of-the-art instrumentation using photons, neutrons, and muons.
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