The Joint Meeting of the Polish Synchrotron Radiation Society and SOLARIS Users
The Polish Synchrotron Radiation Society has been organizing the National Symposium of Synchrotron Radiation Users (KSUPS) every two years since 1991. It was thanks to the efforts of the scientific community associated in the Polish Synchrotron Consortium and members of the Polish Synchrotron Radiation Society that the construction of the National Synchrotron Radiation Center - the SOLARIS synchrotron in Krakow began in 2010. Since 2018, research groups from various centers, not only from Poland, have been conducting research on beamlines of the SOLARIS synchrotron, which has become a unique research center in Poland. SOLARIS is constantly expanding its research offer and recently, apart from the synchrotron, the most advanced electron cryomicroscope in Poland is available to scientists.
The conference will consists of sessions with plenary lectures by invited scientists, of oral communications, poster sessions and discussion panels.
The meeting topics:
- synchrotron and alternative radiation sources
- X-ray emission, X-ray absorption and photoelectron spectroscopy
- X-ray scattering and diffraction of synchrotron radiation
- materials characterization using synchrotron radiation
- application of synchrotron radiation in nanotechnology
- in situ measurements using synchrotron radiation
- use of synchrotron radiation in medical and biological research
- protein crystallography structural studies
- science at X-ray free electron lasers.
The atmosphere of the city, the university and the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre will definitely be conducive to the exchange of knowledge and experience, to stimulate interesting scientific discussions and to inspire on new research challenges.
We cordially invite you to participate in the Joint Meeting of the Polish Synchrotron Radiation Society and SOLARIS Users. The conference will be an excellent opportunity to discuss scientific results but also to discuss research to be executed at SOLARIS current, and future beamlines.