Final call: Tulip-V Summer School on Modern Developments in Spectroscopy, 10-13 April 2012, Noorwijk, The Netherlands

Final call: Registration for Tulip-V is still open for a limited time.

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*       Tulip-V Summer School on Modern Developments in Spectroscopy
*                        10 - 13 April 2012, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
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*                            http://www.hrsmc.nl/drupal/tulipschool
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*                              Registration is open at the website.
*                   The target audience are PhD students and Postdocs.
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*       Participants from economically disfavoured European countries can apply for financial support.
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It is a great pleasure to invite you to our Summer School on 'Modern
Developments in Spectroscopy'. The Tulip School is organized under
the auspices of the European Science Foundation within the framework
of the SILMI programme, and the Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry (HRSMC).

The TulipV School follows the format of the previous Schools, Tulip1, Tulip2 and Tulip3 and
Tulip4 organized in the spring of 2001, 2003, 2006 and 2009.

Highly qualified scientists will present introductory and specialized
lectures on various topics in the field of spectroscopic and dynamical
studies of molecular systems. The topics range from frequency resolved
studies of biomolecules, advanced nano-biophysical microscopy, attosecond physics,
femtosecond molecular dynamics, spectroscopy and metrology, and nanophotonics.

Each lecturer will present a 4 hour course.
The courses in 2012 will be given by the following invited lecturers:

Prof. Stefan Hell, Max Planck Institute for BioPhysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany
Prof. Anne L'Huillier, Department of Atomic Physics, Lund University, Lund, Sweden
Prof. Kobus Kuipers, AMOLF Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Prof. Frederic Merkt, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Prof. Henrik Stapelfeldt, Femto-Laboratory, Aarhus University, Denmark
Prof. Mattanjah de Vries, Department of Chemistry , UC Santa Barbera, USA


Location:            Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Date    :             10-13 April 2012
Website :           http://www.hrsmc.nl/drupal/tulipschool
Audience:           PhD students and Postdocs
Travel support:   the European Science Foundation supports this School,
                         via the ESF/SILMI programme, see website for details.

Registration at the website is open, capacity is limited.

The organisation:

Wybren Jan Buma (University of Amsterdam) and Maurice Janssen (VU University Amsterdam).
Hilde Zwaan-van der Plas en Ineke Weijer, conference secretariate.

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