Some impressions of ICNMTA 2020 participants
The ICNMTA 2020 Virtual Conference took place and concluded above all expectations. Despite initial doubts about the effectiveness of virtual implementation, participants from around the world ultimately agreed that the conference was very useful and necessary to keep laboratories around the world informed about the progress in the field. Some statements from the participants were collected.
Virtual International Conference on Nuclear Microprobe Technology and Applications (ICNMTA), Sept. 14th & 15th, 2020
JSI - Department of low and medium energy physics (F2) is pleased to invite you to the 17th ICNMTA conference on technological developments and possible applications of nuclear microprobe technologies. The lectures and discussions will, due to actual pandemic situation, take place on-line.
2020 Pregl Award for Exceptional Scientific Achievement
This year's Pregl Awards of the Institute of Chemistry were presented in Ljubljana. One of the two most important awards for exceptional scientific achievements in the field of chemistry and related sciences was received by our colleague prof. dr. Iztok Arčon.
Publication in Nature Photonics
While studying the dependence of the angular distribution of photoelectrons, an international group of researchers pointed to the possibility of a new type of electron spectroscopy. The experiment was performed on FERMI free electron laser.
External Beam Upgrade
On the ion accelerator of the Jožef Stefan Institute, an important upgrade was performed on the beam line with an external beam, which enables the analysis of objects in the external atmosphere. The aim was to improve the measurement resolution, which now amounts to ~ 100 µm.
Meeting of the ENRAS project expert group
The ENRAS (ENsuring RAdiation Safety) project within the INTERREG V-A Slovenia-Croatia program is intended for the training of intervention workers for safe and coordinated intervention in the cross-border area of Slovenia and Croatia in the event of a radiological or nuclear accident.