Cryocourse 2012 will be held between 9-20 September this year in Heidelberg, Germany, split between the locations of the Schöntal Monastery, for initial theoretic lectures, and the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics, for the following practical sessions. The course – given in English – will cover the main topics of cryogenics, from the fundamental concepts to industrial applications.
The Cryocourse series are European-based intensive courses in advanced cryophysics and cryogenics: the science and technology of low temperatures. Launched in 2002, 10 of such courses and conferences have been held so far, educating around 450 young researchers from across the world.
Cryocourse 2012 is being organised by the Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics, under the auspices of the European Microkelvin Collaboration and the Low Temperature Section of the European Physical Society’s Condensed Matter Division.
The deadline for applications is 31 May. For more information, and to apply to register, please visit the Cryocourse 2012 website.