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TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING AND MODELLING INTENSE ELECTRONIC EXCITATION

TUMIEE

Electronic excitation reaching high energy density is central in many different applications, from materials processing to medical treatments. It emerges when intense radiation arising from sources such as lasers, swift ions, or high-flux X-ray or electron pulses, interact with matter.

An extension of 6 months granted to TUMIEE

An extension of 6 months granted to TUMIEE

COST has granted an extension period of 6 months to our Action (until 11/03/2023). This will allow us to complete some of the activities strongly affected by the pandemic restrictions.The Action will count on additional funds for these 6 months. The Work & Budget...

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Action meeting in Crete on the 18th of July

Action meeting in Crete on the 18th of July

The next TUMIEE Meeting will take place in Heraklion (Crete, Greece) on the 18th of July 2022 and it will be hosted by the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH). At the end of the day, the Management Committee will have a MC meeting. A social dinner...

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TUMIEE Training School in Finland in June

TUMIEE Training School in Finland in June

After the success of the 1st TUMIEE Training School held in Crete in 2019, which gathered 35 trainees (most of them PhD students), the Action is now planning another Training School addressed mainly to PhD students and young researchers. This time the school will be...

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