Sep 20 – 23, 2022
Jagiellonian University - Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science
Europe/Warsaw timezone


Dr. Valérie Briois
"Millisecond and micrometer - time and spatial resolutions at the Quick-EXAFS ROCK beamline: Applications in Heterogeneous Catalysis"

Dr. Sebastian Glatt
“Seeing is believing - How we can understand the function of proteins under a Cryo-EM microscope"

Dr. Mariusz Czarnocki-Cieciura
"Structural characterisation of bacterial Tn7 transposase by Cryo-EM" 

Prof. Josef Hormes
“X-ray absorbtion spectroscopy at the SOLARIS SOLABS beamline: covering the periodic table"

Dr. Manuel Izquierdo 
“Soft X-ray femtosecond time-resolved photoelectron spectroscopy opportunities at the European XFEL"

Prof. Dr. Bogdan Kowalski 
"Evolution of the electronic states at the Pb/NbP and Nb/NbP interfaces - an ARPES study"

Dr. Johan Bielecki
"Applications of a high repetition rate XFEL in diffraction and scattering: Exploring more than three dimensions at the SPB/SFX instrument of the European XFEL"

Prof. Nils Mårtensson  
“A new setup for Auger Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy (APECS)”

Dr. Przemysław Nogły 
“Time-resolved X-ray crystallography on membrane proteins: watching ions moving in time and space”

Prof. Dr. Petra Rudolf  
“Dust surface chemistry in the inner Solar Nebula - A near-ambient pressure photoemission stud”

Prof. Dr. Marcin Sikora 
“X-ray spectroscopy of magnetic nanoparticles in liquid suspensions”