WIRMS 2017

Sep 25. till Sep 28.

9th International Workshop on Infrared Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Accelerator Based Sources

Hosted by Diamond Light Source, WIRMS 2017 will bring together experts and users from Synchrotrons, Linacs and FELs to discuss the scientific and experimental aspects in the field of InfraRed and TeraHertz.

Date
25/09/20172017-09-25 - 28/09/20172017-09-28
Location
Worcester College, Oxford, UK
Link
WIRMS Website

Welcome from the Chair

Diamond Light Source, the UK’s national 3rd generation light source, is pleased to announce and host the 9th International Workshop on Infrared Microscopy and Spectroscopy with Accelerator Based Sources 2017.

We invite you to join the InfraRed community from the UK, Europe and worldwide for an animated workshop, from 25th to 28th September 2017. Taking place in the heart of the city of Oxford at the University of Oxford’s historical Worcester College, this is the first time that WIRMS comes to UK.

Following the tradition of all WIRMS, we aspire to hold a key meeting for staff and users of IR/THz beamlines at Synchrotrons (SR), Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) and Free Electron Laser (FEL) facilities around the globe, to discuss new science and innovative technology across the whole IR spectrum.

We hope that WIRMS 2017 will be an opportunity to meet and exchange ideas among IR scientists from the broad variety of IR research fields, along with scientists from Diamond and the UK IR user community.

Further information about the workshop can be found on the website www.wirms2017.com 

We look forward to welcoming you to Oxford!

Gianfelice Cinque

MIRIAM beamline, Diamond Light Source, and Chair of WIRMS 2017

Topics

 

WIRMS 2017 talks will cover the following:

 

  • New IR Sources and Facilities Developments
  • Synchrotron sources and IR/THz Beamlines
  • FEL, ERL sources and IR/THz Beamlines
  • Coherent SR and Ultrafast IR/THz Radiation
  • New Instrumentation
  • IR MicroSpectroscopy and Imaging
  • Biology and Medicine
  • Soft Matter and Material Science
  • Condensed Matter Physics and Chemistry
  • Atmospheric and Astrophysical Applications/ Gas phase
  • Geology and Environmental Sciences
  • Cultural Heritage and Archaeology
  • Multidisciplinary Applications
  • Special IR Methods and Techniques
  • Near-Field IR/THz Spectroscopy and Nanoscopy
  • Ellipsometry
  • Tomography
  • Extreme Environments
  • Time-resolved/Pump-and-Probe/Multicolour Experiments

Local Organising Committee

Gianfelice Cinque (Diamond Light Source), Chair
Mark Frogley (Diamond Light Source), Co-chair
Katia Wehbe (Diamond Light Source)
Chris Kelley (Diamond Light Source)
Ann Fitzpatrick (Diamond Light Source)
Que Nguyen (Diamond Light Source)

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