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Velocitas VMI takes part in ELI-ALPS 2nd User Workshop

Panos Kapetanopoulos, our Technical Sales Manager at Velocitas VMI, is attending the ELI-ALPS 2nd User Workshop in Szeged, Hungary, on the 11th and 12th of September. ELI-ALPS (Extreme Light Infrastructure – Attosecond Light Pulse Source) is an international user facility being developed in Hungary, with plans to offer coherent XUV and X-ray attosecond light sources in a unique research environment. ELI-ALPS will become available in stages over the coming years, leading up to full operation with user-based research in 2018.

The workshop focusses on the research that can be conducted at ELI-ALPS in the areas of material science and chemistry related applications. Panos will be presenting a poster introducing the Velocitas VMI instrumentation, along with results from velocity map imaging experiments of atoms with XUV laser pulses conducted at the attosecond science laboratory at MBI Berlin.

Contact us to find out more about Velocitas VMI instrumentation in attosecond science applications. You can find out more about the ELI-ALPS workshop here: http://eli-hungary.hu/eliworkshop2014/