Life Science and IR Micro-Spectroscopy Thematic School

    Life Science and IR Micro-Spectroscopy Thematic School

    Deadline postponed: 15 December 2017

    The school covers a comprehensive training in synchrotron infrared spectroscopy and imaging for life-science applications, to train Middle East researchers who will benefit from the techniques that will become available at the SESAME InfraRed beamline.

     Within the OPEN SESAME project (www.opensesame-h2020.eu) INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, www.infn.it) and the INFN-LNF DAFNE-Light Synchrotron radiation facility (https://web.infn.it/Dafne_Light/),

    are offering 20 full grants for a dedicated training programme open to young researchers from the SESAME Members (Cyprus, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Pakistan, the Palestinian Authority and Turkey) to strengthen the role of SESAME in the region. 

    The school will take place in Amman, April 15-19 2018 and the programme includes a number of learning sessions, both theoretical and practical, run by top scientists working in European Synchrotron beamlines and international research infrastructures.  

    Participants will explore and develop a range of key practices, capabilities and skills associated with the use of an infrared synchrotron beamline, including sampling techniques, sample preparation and data handling. 

    The details of the call can be found here

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