Tulip VI Summer School on Modern Developments in Spectroscopyis - Noordwijk, The Netherlands

It is a great pleasure to inform you about the next edition of the Tulip Summer School on Modern Developments in Spectroscopy. The Tulip School is organized under the auspices of the Holland Research School of Molecular Chemistry (HRSMC).

The Tulip VI School follows the format of the previous Schools organized in the spring of 2001, 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012. 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 attosecond physics and spectroscopy, chiroptical spectroscopies, spectroscopy and metrology, advanced nano-biophysical microscopy, teraherz spectroscopy, to kinetics and dynamics of elementary chemical/biophysical processes

Each lecturer will present a 4 hour course. The courses in 2015 will be given by the following invited lecturers:

Prof. Paul Corkum, National Research Council-Canada, University of Ottawa, Canada
Prof. John Doyle, Harvard University, USA
Prof. Kjeld Eikema, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Prof. Jorg Enderlein, Universität Göttingen, Germany
Prof. Martina Havenith, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Prof. David Nesbitt, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA

We would like to draw your attention to the following:
1. Due to the generous support of sponsors of the Tulip VI School (see http://www.hrsmc.nl/tulip-2015/sponsoring/sponsoringtulip2015.html) we have funding available for travel support.  Especially for participants from economically disfavoured countries we are able to provide support up to a maximum of 400 euro. For details and request for travel support send an email to hrsmc-science@uva.nl. Payment of support is during the School after proof of travel costs with receipts.
2. The reduced fee deadline is March 15.


Location:            Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Date    :              14-17 April 2015
Website :           http://www.hrsmc.nl/tulip-2015
Audience:           PhD students and Postdocs

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