CLIO 2021 : “Online” one-day CLIO workshop for Infrared Free Electron Laser Users - 28 May 2021

05/28/2021 09:00 am 05/28/2021 05:00 pm UTC CLIO 2021 : “Online” one-day CLIO workshop for Infrared Free Electron Laser Users - 28 May 2021

The one-day CLIO workshop for Infrared Free Electron Laser Users will take place on May 28th “on line” and it is organised by the Institute of Physical Chemistry in Orsay.

It will focus on the state-of-the-art methodologies envisioned by expert researchers working or likely to work with Free Electron lasers in the mid or far-IR range.

Motivated by the need to support rapid changes in innovative science, the Free Electron Laser CLIO in Orsay is planning to enter a phase to solve some technical issues, which we hope should improve the performances of the CLIO FEL beam, and hence should allow for new applications.

Organising committee:
Charles Desfrançois, Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers, CNRS - Université Paris 13
Jean-Yves Salpin, LAMBE, CNRS, Université d’Evry-Université Paris Saclay
Debora Scuderi, Institut de Chimie Physique, CNRS, Université Paris Saclay

Program and registration

Bâtiment 349 - rue Michel Magnat - Orsay
Thematic : Research

The one-day CLIO workshop for Infrared Free Electron Laser Users will take place on May 28th “on line” and it is organised by the Institute of Physical Chemistry in Orsay.

  • Public
    Réservé à certains publics
  • Event type
    Atelier
  • Conditions

    Sur inscription

  • Dates
    Friday 28 May, 09:00
    09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Location
    Bâtiment 349 - rue Michel Magnat - Orsay

The one-day CLIO workshop for Infrared Free Electron Laser Users will take place on May 28th “on line” and it is organised by the Institute of Physical Chemistry in Orsay.

It will focus on the state-of-the-art methodologies envisioned by expert researchers working or likely to work with Free Electron lasers in the mid or far-IR range.

Motivated by the need to support rapid changes in innovative science, the Free Electron Laser CLIO in Orsay is planning to enter a phase to solve some technical issues, which we hope should improve the performances of the CLIO FEL beam, and hence should allow for new applications.

Organising committee:
Charles Desfrançois, Laboratoire de Physique des Lasers, CNRS - Université Paris 13
Jean-Yves Salpin, LAMBE, CNRS, Université d’Evry-Université Paris Saclay
Debora Scuderi, Institut de Chimie Physique, CNRS, Université Paris Saclay

Program and registration