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812 Sep 2014
Delmenhorst, Germany
Jan Ingo Flege, Michael Reichling, Niklas Nilius
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Dr. Jan Ingo Flege
Institute of Solid State Physics
University of Bremen


Training School on Advanced Experimental Methods for Energy Materials Characterization

The COST Training School on “Advanced Experimental Methods for Energy Materials Characterization“ will take place at the Hanse-Wissenschafts-Kolleg (Institute for Advanced Study) in Delmenhorst, Germany on 8. – 12. September 2014. Renowned experts will render in-depth introductions to the principles and applications of a broad range of topics in modern material characterization at the PhD student/early stage researcher level, with a particular focus on in-situ experimental methods and novel energy materials and reducible oxides.