The School on CONVENTIONAL AND HIGH-ENERGY SPECTROSCOPIES FOR INORGANIC, ORGANIC AND BIOMOLECULAR SURFACES AND INTERFACES is focused on the spectroscopic and morphological characterization of surfaces and solid interfaces of any possible composition. A number of instrumental techniques is presented by experts in the field. The first day provides an overview on the properties of surfaces and on the most diffused spectroscopies and microscopies for surface analysis. The second day gives an overview on spatially resolved microscopies and spectroscopies and on the study of surfaces of industrial interest. The third day is supported by the COST action CA18130 – ENFORCE TXRF and introduces X-ray / matter interactions and the main deriving techniques, particularly X-ray fluorescence. On Thursday and Friday, synchrotron facilities and related spectroscopies are discussed and a special attention is paid at encouraging non expert users to apply for having access to synchrotron spectroscopies / beam-lines.
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