EWinS 2016 - EUSpec Winter School on core level spectroscopies

Date:   1 – 11 February 2016.
Venue:  Ajdovščina, Slovenia

The COST action EUSpec (http://www.euspec.eu/) is proud to announce its
first two-week winter school on core level spectroscopies to be held at
the Applied Physics Faculty of the University of Nova Gorica.


The aim of the school is to introduce theoreticians as well as
experimentalists to foundations of modern approaches for studying core
level spectroscopies from first-principles modeling to the most
advanced experimental spectroscopy techniques. The school will bring
together experts and early career investigators working on advanced
materials science, with a common interest in high level and up-to-date
sophisticated spectroscopy experiments and modeling tools. The school
will be an extraordinary opportunity for students and young researchers
to be introduced to core level spectroscopies and to discuss with
worldwide recognized scientists in a friendly environment.

Regular lectures and talks will be followed by hands-on courses on the
following three codes: ORCA (quantum chemistry), WIEN2k (full-potential
all-electron), and Quantum ESPRESSO (pseudo-potential).

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Registration & Info:   http://ewins2016.ijs.si/
School contact email:  ewins2...@ijs.si

Regular registration deadline:  15 December, 2015
Regular registration fee:  50 EUR


There is no restrictions for participants with respect to age and/or
title, but the school is limited to a maximum of 40 participants.

Limited COST fundings are available to support travel and accommodation
for participants from the COST countries or the Near Neighbour Country
approved institution. PhD students, postdocs, and researchers are
eligible for refunding.


Maria N. Piancastelli (Uppsala University)
Lucia Reining (Ecole Polytechnique)
Frank de Groot (Utrecht University)
Stefano Baroni (SISSA)
Claudio Masciovecchio (Elettra Sincrotrone)
Cécile Hébert (EPFL)
Dimitrios Manganas (MPI für Chemische Energiekonversion)

Local Organizers

Layla Martin-Samos (University of Nova Gorica),  Anton Kokalj (Jožef
Stefan Institute),  Barbara Ressel (University of Nova Gorica) 

International Committee

Hubert Ebert (University of Munich),  Didier Sébilleau (University of
Rennes 1),  Amélie Juhin (University P. et M. Curie-CNRS),  Frank de
Groot (Utrecht University),  Maddalena Pedio (CNR-IOM),  Jarmila
Savkova (University of West Bohemia),  Sara Lafuerza (ESRF),  Nicholas
Hine (University of Warwick),  Yaroslav Kvashnin (Uppsala University)

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