ESAS Summer School
The ESAS Summer School is a satellite event of Eucas 2013.
The school aims to provide an up to date scientific and technological review of the superconductivity applied to the wide fields of the electronics, devices, and detectors.
The school is proposed to the European post graduate students and young scientists, interested in exploiting the “low power” superconductivity field for application to high precision measurements and high performance devices, as well as young industry professionals that aim to broaden their skill or insight into the potentialities of this emerging technology. The School is therefore recommended to young researchers that are or should be collaborating to Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Quantum Optics projects with cryogenic detectors.
Further details on the school and on the registration procedure can be found on the website.