September 10-11, 2012
Rare-earth ions, especially lanthanide ions, are critical to hundreds of high tech applications thanks to their luminescent (erbium ions in fibre amplifiers or europium and terbium ions in phosphors) or magnetic (neodymium ions for permanent magnets or gadolinium ions for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging) properties. These ions are also of fundamental interest as their properties are linked to their interaction with the environment.
USTV and GDR Verres organize a workshop dedicated to rare-earth ions, to be held in Nice (Université de Nice-sophia Antipolis, Parc Valrose, Théâtre du Grand Château) on September 10th & 11th, 2012. During these two days, scientists ans industrials will discuss about rare-earth ions from a fundamental and applications point of view. The risk of supply of these ions will also be presented. This workshop is supported by the cluster POPSud, the competitiveness cluster Optitec and the Société Française d’Optique.
The program is available in the document below.
Program - 109.8 ko
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