Young Scientist Award

Winners of the LAP2012 Young Scientist award

Oral presentation

Patrick Ehlers, Umeå University
"NICE-OHMS A Laser-based Spectroscopic Technique for Ultrasensitive Detection of Gases"

Poster presentation - joint winners

Andrew Klose, Michigan State University
"Laser Spectroscopy of Stable 55Mn I using BECOLA at NSCL"

Junyang Wang, Umeå University
"Dicke narrowing and Speed-dependent Effects in dispersion mode of detection and NICE-OHMS - Theory and Experimental Verification"

We are pleased to announce that LA3NET sponsors the Young Scientist Award at LAP2012

LA3NET is a recently started network within the FP7 Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) scheme. LA3NET aims to develop beyond-state-of-the-art techniques and technologies through a joint inter-sectorial training program for early stage researchers in the areas of the exploitation of LAsers for Applications at Accelerator facilities for ion beam generation, acceleration and diagnostics. Open Positions for your researchers are posted on their website:

The Young Scientist Award at LAP2012 will be awarded based on contribution (poster or oral presentation)  to the conference by a young scientist.  For the purpose of this award “Young” refers to a graduate student or someone who completed a PhD degree within the past two years.

We encourage all Young Scientists to submit an abstract before the deadline of 15 March. To be considered for the award, send information of your status as student/recent postgraduate degree to the conference organizers ( )

The LAP2012 Young Scientist Award includes a certificate and an extra prize
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