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39th International conference on Vacuum Ultraviolet and X-ray Physics (VUVX2016)

Date So, 03.07.2016 - Fr, 08.07.2016
Time All day
Location ETH Zurich, Main Building
Program This international conference will bring together scientists from all over the world, working in fields involving electromagnetic radiation in the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV), soft X-ray and hard X-ray spectral regions generated by synchrotron, laser, or plasma based sources. Topics to be covered range from instrumentation and methods development to applications in a variety of fields.

New Sources: diffraction limited storage rings, Free Electron Lasers, ultrashort pulse XUV lasers and X-ray tabletop sources
Resonant elastic and inelastic X-ray Scattering
X-ray absorption spectroscopy incl. linear, circular and magnetic dichroism spectroscopy
Photoemission (angle/spin/time resolved, soft X-ray, hard X-ray, resonant, etc.)
Imaging with nanoscale resolution: X-ray microscopy, coherent diffraction imaging, scanning small angle X-ray scattering etc.
Coincidence spectroscopy
Theory of X-ray spectroscopy and diffraction
Advanced data analysis methods
Time-resolved spectroscopy
In-situ and operando applications

Applications of the above to:

clusters and nanoparticles
environmentally relevant problems
novel and complex materials
strongly correlated and magnetic materials
biological systems
industrial analytical problems
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