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Standard time domain experiments measure the time evolution of the reflected/transmitted mean number of photons in the probe pulses. The evolution of the response of a material is typically averaged over the illuminated area as well as over many pump and probe measurements repeated stroboscopically. The aim of this project is to extend time domain optical spectroscopy beyond mean photon number mea ...
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The OPEN SESAME project will ensure optimal exploitation of the Synchrotron light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East (SESAME) light source. With this aim, OPEN SESAME has three key objectives: 1. To train SESAME staff in the storage ring and beamline instrumentation technology, research techniques and administration for optimal use of a modern light source facility.2. To ...
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LASERLAB-EUROPE is the European consortium of major national laser research infrastructures, covering advanced laser science and applications in most domains of research and technology, with particular emphasis on areas with high industrial and social impact, such as bio- and nanophotonics, material analyses, biology and medicine. Recently the field of advanced lasers has experienced remarkable ad ...
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European Cluster of Advanced Laser Light Sources (EUCALL)

Start date: Oct 1, 2015, End date: Sep 30, 2018,

Advanced optical laser light sources and accelerator-based X-ray sources, as well as their technologies, scientific applications, and user communities, have developed independently over more than five decades. Driven by the developments at each optical laser and free-electron laser research infrastructures (RIs) in recent years, the gap between the optical laser and accelerator-driven light source ...
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The science of materials has always been at the centre of scientific and technological progress in human development. The tools to understand materials that fashion them to meet our societal needs have been just as important. Thermal neutrons are one of the most powerful probes that look directly at the structure and dynamics of materials from the macro- to the microscopic scale and from nano-seco ...
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"Li-ion batteries become a reality in the future vehicles, although they do not fulfil completely the demands of consumers. In this respect batteries with higher energy density are required. Lithium technology utilizing sulphur as a cathode is one of the optimal choices since it offers the possibility of achieving high-energy, long-life storage batteries with a potential low price. At present, the ...
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The BioStruct-X consortium has 19 partners from 11 EU member and associated states, who lead in facility provision and research in structural biology using high brilliance X-rays, provided by state-of-the art synchrotrons and a free electron laser. BioStruct-X will provide integrated transnational access via 42 installations in four key areas: macromolecular X-ray crystallography, small angle X-ra ...
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Charge storage has been the main physical mechanism supporting all solid state mass storage memories until now, both DRAM and FLASH. However none of the two main memory types appear to fully satisfy system requirements, DRAM because of its volatility and large power dissipation, and FLASH because of its slow programming speed and large block organization. PCM technology is a promising candidate to ...
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CALIPSO coordinates the European synchrotrons and FELs, including the three ESFRI roadmap projects European XFEL, EuroFEL and the ESRF Upgrade Programme, towards a fully integrated network. The consortium is characterised by common objectives, harmonised decisions, transnational open access based on excellence and joint development of new instruments. Innovative networking initiatives address user ...
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Governing ultrafast the conductivity of correlated materials (GO FAST)

Start date: Apr 1, 2012, End date: Mar 31, 2015,

The aim of this research project is to develop novel schemes to study electronic, optical and structural properties of correlated materials driven out of equilibrium , in view of achieving an ultrafast optical control of their electronic properties. In particular, we will extend the most advanced techniques for correlated systems, i.e. Dynamical Mean Field Theory (DMFT) and the Gutzwiller variatio ...
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The activity provides the appropriate mapping of the prevalence and characteristics of photovoltaic devices in the program as well as a comparative analysis of the Italian and Slovenian legislation on licensing and incentives for energy production from renewable sources. ...
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Photon and Neutron Data - Open Data Infrastructure (PanDataODI)

Start date: Oct 1, 2011, End date: Sep 30, 2014,

The PaN-data collaboration brings together eleven large multidisciplinary Research Infrastructures which operates hundreds of instruments used by over 30,000 scientists each year. They support fields as varied as physics, chemistry, biology, material sciences, energy technology, environmental science, medical technology and cultural heritage. Applications are numerous, for example, crystallography ...
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... d extremely thin films, as well as heat transport and correlations in nanostructured materials. ERC funding will allow the PI transition from his current position as junior beam line scientist at the Elettra facility, to an independent research group leader status at the FERMI laboratory for conducting experiments that will be relevant to many research fields at the frontier in physics and chemist ...
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The ERG project focus on the solar energy supply chain, starting form photovoltaic cells (PV) and proceeding with energy extraction (harvesting) techniques, high efficiency power conversion and finally managing the energy distribution inside a smart grid, with the target of different classes of applications, from house to small area, as well as application specific “local grid” (healthcare, automo ...
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CEI Research Fellowship Programme (CERES)

Start date: Apr 1, 2009, End date: Mar 31, 2014,

... etical Physics - ICTP; International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology - ICGEB; Cluster in Biomedicine - CBM; International School for Advanced Studies – SISSA; Synchrotron – ELETTRA), which altogether cover a large spectrum of highly relevant scientific research such as physics, maths, genetics, biotechnology, neuroscience, nano-science, bioinformatics. This will allow a considerab ...
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... rs coordinated by a programme committee across 2 learning programmes over 24 months. Each programme will consist of two workshops held in a different location: Amsterdam, Prague and twice in Trieste. Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste will coordinate the overall project and work closely with its partners: Adam Mickiewicz University, Imperial College London, Institute of Physics and University of Amsterda ...
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The main objective of SyBIOsys project is to pull together two research-driven clusters in the field covering the intersection of biotechnology/life science and ICT, more specifically, in the domains of bioinformatics, nanobio, computational biology and biomedicine. The two partner regions – South Moravia (CZ) and Friuli-Venezia-Giulia (IT) - share an interest in this particular research domain an ...
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Science in Trieste and Researchers 2011 (STAR2011)

Start date: May 1, 2011, End date: Nov 30, 2011,

With a high density of research institutions hosting a large international scientific community, Trieste is an ideal showcase for the role of researchers in contemporary society and a privileged setting for the Researcher’s Night. The STAR2011 project stems directly from a Memorandum signed in 2008, whereby local authorities and research institutions based in Trieste commit to promote the role of ...
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PaN-data Europe Strategic Working Group (PaN-data Europe)

Start date: Jun 1, 2010, End date: Nov 30, 2011,

... nformation underpinning publications, and supporting the long-term preservation of the research outputs.The Pan-data partners are: STFC (UK), ESRF (Int), ILL (Int), Diamond (UK), PSI (CH), DESY (DE), ELETTRA (IT), Soleil (FR), ALBA (ES), HZB (DE), LLB (FR).
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"Europe has the largest and most advanced system of synchrotrons and free electron lasers (FELs): 17 operating facilities, several under construction, some 300 beamlines, 25,000-30,000 users per year from many disciplines (materials, chemistry, biology, medicine, physics, technology and others); this is also the world’s largest experimental network. The system is an open resource for all scientist ...
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Research Infrastructures: Foresight and Impact (RIFI)

Start date: Mar 1, 2009, End date: May 31, 2011,

"The RIFI objectives are: - to create a methodology for evaluation of the socio-economic impact of investments in RIs, - to test and improve the elaborated methodology based on its application to several case studies in Romania and Bulgaria (at all the three levels of investment: pan European, regional and national), - to complement the methodology through integrating foresight, and to elaborate o ...
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Preparatory Phase of the IRUVX-FEL Consortium (IRUVX-PP)

Start date: Apr 1, 2008, End date: Mar 31, 2011,

The successful demonstration of single-pass free electron lasers (FEL) around the year 2000 triggered a number of research centres in Europe, the United States and Asia to initiate the construction of new research infrastructures. These projects are based on strong science cases put forward by interested research communities. The new FEL sources combine the wide and continuously tunable wavelength ...
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Science in Trieste And Researchers (STAR)

Start date: May 1, 2010, End date: Nov 30, 2010,

With 3.5 % of the total workforce composed by researchers, Trieste is appropriately known as a “City of Science” and its network of excellence of universities and national and international research organizations is referred to as the “Trieste System”. The STAR project is an offspring of the memorandum signed in 2008 whereby the University of Trieste, the Trieste Municipality and Province, and oth ...
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Realising and Managing International Research Infrastructures (RAMIRI)

Start date: Nov 1, 2008, End date: Oct 31, 2010,

... e leading centres of European research – London/Oxfordshire, Grenoble and Hamburg. The project Coordinator will be Imperial College London, which will work closely with its partners, ESRF, ILL, Elettra, DESY and UKAEA-Culham ensuring that the outcomes have the authority and support of leading organisations in this field. Additionally, the symposium will result in a network of experts, delegates an ...
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Science and everyday life in Trieste (PROSIT)

Start date: Jun 1, 2009, End date: Dec 31, 2009,

In Trieste as many as 37.1 out of 1000 workers are researchers, more than the average in the US (7.4), EU (5.0), Japan (9.2) and much more than the national average in Italy (3.3). This result is due to the fact that an increasingly important role has been played in Trieste since the 1960’s by specialized international institutes of advanced studies and applied research. These research centers hav ...
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