Originally started in 1971 as the International Conference on Electronic Spectroscopy (ICES), ICESS has grown significantly and its scope has been widened to include new discoveries in properties of electrons and their interactions in systems (ranging from an atom to complex material system) as well as new experimental methods.
Benefitting from recent significant developments in new synchrotron and free electron laser facilities, more and more important new discoveries and new characterization methods have emerged and will be highlighted in ICESS-14. Following the tradition, specific topics for discussion will include Atomic and Molecular Science, Quantum Materials, Novel Instrumentation, In-situ Characterization, and etc. ICESS-14 is a five-day conference. In addition to the scientific program there will be Vendors, Publishers, and Facilities Exhibition.
ACS Publications Symposium: Innovation in Materials Science
ACS Publications will host its symposium on “Innovation in Materials Science” at ShanghaiTech University in Shanghai, China from July 29-31, 2018. The three-day scientific program will feature five plenary sessions on important topics influencing the field of material science. Attendees have the opportunity to share their science during poster sessions and network with their peers and 16 world-renowned scientists and lecturers.
The Third International Workshop on Photon Science and Its applications
Zhi Liu (Shanghaitech University) Yulin Chen (Oxford University)
Welcome to Shanghai – “The Third International Workshop on Photon Science and Its applications” is organized by ShanghaiTech University in collaboration with Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility. ). It will be hosted at ShanghaiTech University from July 9-13, Shanghai, China.
Expert from different synchrotron facility will meet, give lectures, and discuss the new development in Photon Science. The main topics for this workshop will be the prospective of new X-ray characterization methods and tools in both soft X-ray and hard X-ray regions and their applications in Energy Science and Material Science research
Inauguration of Center for High-resolution Electron Microscopy (C?EM)