We welcome you all to participate in the LISA conference, a gathering of the LISA MSCA innovative training network and beyond. The LISA (Laser Ionization and Spectroscopy of Actinides) consortium aims to train a new generation of experts in different fields of radioactive ion beam research and applications, with the underlying goal of improving our knowledge of the elements known as the actinides using laser spectroscopy techniques.
The event will take place from May 22 (Monday) to May 26 (Friday) in the charming heart of Belgium – the city of Leuven. A selection of talks and posters will be presented on the following topics:
- Radioactive ion beam facilities.
- Laser development.
- Medical applications of radionuclides.
- Ultra-trace analysis.
- Atomic and nuclear structure investigations.
- Development of laser ion sources, hot cavities, gas cells and jets.
- Production of actinide beams and samples.
We look forward to seeing you to discuss recent developments in the field and enjoy with us the beautiful city of Leuven and its culturally rich environment.
Further information will come in the following weeks.
For any questions, please contact us via the email address:
The organization committee.
Don’t forget your football shoes!
This Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action (MSCA) Innovative Training Networks (ITN) receives funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme under grant agreement no. 861198