Courses offered for the PhD

The start of each course, the name of the lecturer and the timetable will be communicated by the coordinator to the doctoral students

Spectromicroscopies by synchrotron light
Course duration: 4 hours

The mini-course will be structured in two modules of two hours. The purpose of the course is to provide an overview of the different state-of-the-art techniques of spectro-microscopic investigation of the structural, chemical, electronic and dynamical properties of condensed matter. The audience is aimed at early-stage researchers witha curriculum in condensed matter physics, catalysis, and organic chemistry.
Topics will be: generation of synchrotron, magnets of bending, oscillators and undulators, monochromes of light,X-ray absorption, diffraction, spectroscopy, angle-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy.