University of Rennes 1 – from 24th to 28th March 2014

Université de Rennes 1 - Campus Beaulieu - bât. 10B

Registration is free

Synchrotron radiation is a fundamental tool in the analysis of structural and electronic properties in many domains of research.
More and more research and industrial applications in the field of physics, chemistry, material sciences, electronics, biology and geology use synchrotron facilities.
Therefore specific knowledge about how to extract the information contained in these kinds of studies becomes extremely important.
The BSRS², a one-week school for PhD students, post-docs and young researchers, aims at diffusing the knowledge of several tools for the analysis of synchrotron radiation diffraction and scattering.
This is done by a selected team of researchers routinely working with such tools.  



  • Lectures are given in english.
  • X-ray diffraction/total scattering
  • Small angle X-ray scattering
  • Coherent and nano-diffraction
  • Imaging and tomography
  • Time resolved studies
  • Visit to Synchrotron SOLEIL


F. Artzner (CNRS-UR1)
G. Carbone (ESRF)
E. Collet (UR1)
D. Keen (ISIS, UK)
S. Di Matteo (UR1)
R. Mokso (PSI, Suisse)
S. Ravy (SOLEIL)




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