Swabian Summer School

Introduction

We are excited to announce our first-ever Swabian Summer School! This 3-day workshop is designed to bring together Masters in their last year and PhD students for an intensive program on advanced photonic and quantum measurements using our Time Taggers with picosecond precision.

The Summer School program will include expert lectures on various related topics in the mornings, followed by hands-on and experimental sessions in the afternoons. Exciting social events and networking opportunities will inspire open discussion and chat with the entire Swabian Instruments community. Participants will have the chance to present their own research, foster connections, and exchange new ideas.

Don’t miss the chance to level up your skills and meet with a dynamic time-tagging community!

General information

The Summer School will take place from September 24th to September 27th at the headquarter of Swabian Instruments in Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart, Germany. Swabian Instruments will cover the accommodation costs for all participants for the three nights of the event. Tasty breakfasts and lunches will be provided as well. On the first day, there will be a welcome event enabling participants to get to know each other and the Swabian community.

Program

  • Tuesday, September 24 from 1:30 pm
    • Registration & Welcome
    • Introduction to the Company
    • Training on our API and GUI (Time Tagger Lab)
    • Social event
  • Wednesday, September 25
    • Seminars on application topics related to our products
    • Lunch
    • Hands-on experimental sessions using our products
  • Thursday, September 26
    • Seminars on application topics related to our products
    • Students short talks
    • Lunch
    • Hands-on experimental sessions using our products
  • Friday, September 27
    • Seminars on application topics related to our products
    • Students short talks
    • Lunch & Closing

Seminar topics and experiments will be related to:

  • single photon counting
  • remote synchronization
  • dynamic light scattering
  • time resolved spectroscopy
  • fluorescence lifetime imaging
  • frequency stability analysis
  • FPGA and digital signal analysis

The program is still being finalized and may be subject to changes.

How to apply

Submit your CV and a motivation letter via email. The application deadline is 31.05.2024 extended to 14.06.2024.

Spaces are limited — secure your place at the forefront of scientific innovation today!

Edoardo Mornacchi

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