To.Sca.Lake 3.0 Summer School
The To.Sca.Lake 3.0: Total Scattering for Nanotechnology on the Como Lake Summer School will be held at Villa Grumello, Como, 27-31 may 2019.
To.sca.lake 3.0 e is the 3rd edition of a biennial series of Summer Schools that are organized within the initiatives of the Lake Como School of Advanced Studies and are fully dedicated to fore-front characterization methods, based on scattering techniques (from X-rays to visible light), developed for the multiple (atomic and nanometer) scale investigation of engineered nanomaterials.
the school intends to offer an extended overview on theory, experiments at synchrotron and Lab scale, and modeling of Wide Angle X-ray Total Scattering Techniques (WAXTS), embracing reciprocal (DSE) and real (PDF) space analysis, Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) and Small and Wide Angle Light Scattering (LS). Differences, complementarities and possibilities of combination of the different scattering techniques will be highlighted. The aim of the school is to deepen both theoretical and applied frontier developments in these fields.
The Workshop is open to scholars and scientists in any area related to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and it is especially addressed to PhD students and young postdocs.
Deadline for application: 1 March 2019.
More information available on the School website.