12 July 2019
Lasers in Medicine and Life Sciences
The city of Szeged is proud to have been chosen as the site of one of the four pillars of a massive European laser project entitled ELI (Extreme Light Infrastructure). ELI-ALPS (Attosecond Light Pulse Source), a facility dedicated to ultra-short laser pulses, is now up and running: in January 2018, a Swiss research group successfully generated high-order harmonics in noble gases, and the complex is getting ready to offer beamtime to external users. Our summer school, Lasers in Medicine and Life Sciences (LAMELIS), started out as a promotional event to popularise ELI-ALPS, but has since become a tradition in its own right, a regular forum to establish a knowledge base on modern applications of lasers in life sciences. It is now the sixth time the University of Szeged is hosting LAMELIS, between 4th and 12th July 2019.
The summer school is open to both medical students and physics students. Although the theoretical depth of talks is tailored for medical students, the programme can also benefit physics students as they can learn of medical applications of lasers directly from distinguished experts of the field and receive first-hand information on the current status of ELI-ALPS.
Prof Ferenc Bari, dean emeritus of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Szeged
medical students and physics students interested in laser applications
To bring together the development (physicists) and application (medical students) of lasers as early as on an undergraduate level and forge a new generation of experts who will be able to live up to the potential offered by lasers in medicine.
EUR 200: This fee includes tuition, accommodation, lunches, scheduled excursions and extracurricular activities. We do not cover the costs of passports, visas, health insurance, travel to and from Hungary and other personal expenses.