DATA: 25-11-2009

Goals and Topics The aim of this interdisciplinary conference is to bring together different scientific communities (laboratory plasmas, fusion research, astrophysics, nuclear particle physics, accelerators, lasers, medical equipments) to discuss diagnostic measurements and technologies with a view to defining new strategies of common interest. The conference will cover the following topics: 1. Measurements of temperature and density. 2. Energy spectrum of particles. 3. Spectroscopy in various ranges of wavelengths 4. Imaging in various ranges of wavelengths. 5. Techniques of analysis of massive databases. The programme will include tutorial lectures, invited oral presentations and posters. The Conference will be organized in five plenary half-day sessions, each dedicated to one topic, and one poster session. In each session there will be one tutorial lecture and 5 invited talks. At the end of last session of conference, a summary session will be organized. The Proceedings will be published in a special issue of the Journal of Nuclear Instruments and Methods. Dates: from 24 November 2009 11:00 to 27 November 2009 14:30 Location: Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati Via E. Fermi, 40 00044 Frascati (Roma) Italia Room: Auditorium B. Touschek Chairs: Calvetti, Mario Orsitto, Francesco Paolo


17-10-2019: The GRAvitational – wave Science&technology Symposium (GRASS 2019)
16-10-2019: An Ideal description of Scattering Amplitudes - Francesco Coradeschi
16-10-2019: World Wide Data Day (W2D2)
15-10-2019: MA-XRF Scanning in Conservation, Art and Archeology
10-10-2019: F. Gao - Status of the XENON Dark Matter Search Experiment
09-10-2019: Incontri di Fisica 2019
04-10-2019: Nuclei per la cultura
03-10-2019: Boron Neutron Capture Therapy: status and Novosibirsk solution
03-10-2019: Acceleratori per la fisica
03-10-2019: Seguridad Informática en América Latina





Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare - Piazza dei Caprettari, 70 - 00186 Roma
tel. +39 066840031 - fax +39 0668307924 - email: presidenza@presid.infn.it

F.M. F.E.