1st CERIC New Users Symposium for multi-technique research at the new SOLARIS Synchrotron in Krakow/Poland


During the last years the challenges of modern material and biomaterial research have become too complex to be solved by one special method. Many of the recent advances in those fields have been made by the use of a set of complementary techniques. CERIC is supporting these new developments with a new approach in providing access to state-of-the-art large scale facilities by one single common entry point.
To get the world's research community acquainted with this new system, the first CERIC New Users Symposium has been held this year hosted by the new Polish Synchrotron SOLARIS and the Jagiellonian University of Krakow. The Symposium has been a forum where new and potential CERIC users could meet experienced CERIC users and CERIC beamline/instrument scientists to get further insight and information about the offers and possibilities of this new research infrastructure.

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