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TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING AND MODELLING INTENSE ELECTRONIC EXCITATION

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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.

TUMIEE Action meetings in September

TUMIEE Action meetings in September

According to the current Work Plan, the Action is promoting collaborative efforts around three major areas: biotechnological applications, intense laser applications and electron-phonon phenomenology. After the first online workshop on biotechnological applications...

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