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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.

Action’s plans for 2021

Action’s plans for 2021

We are living a difficult period. The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly disrupted the day-to-day lives of many people and it has caused exceptionally challenging times for the society.TUMIEE’s plans for 2020 had to be postponed and in order to keep the Action...

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Action progress: the 3rd grant period has started

Action progress: the 3rd grant period has started

The 2nd Grant Period of our COST Action ended on the 30th of April. From the 1st of May we are on the 3rd Grant Period (until 30/04/2021).During the last 12 months TUMIEE has carried out several networking activities: a Training School in Crete (Greece) for ECIs...

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