LA³NET supporting early stage researchers at LAP2015

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LA³NET was proud to sponsor best poster awards for early stage researchers that presented posters at the 7th International Conference on Laser Probing (LAP2015) held on 7-10 June at the Michigan State University, MI, US.

The prizes went to the authors of the following posters:

  • Reto Trappitsch, University of Chicago, “Resonance Ionization of Nickel Isotopes”
  • Hillary Asberry/Andrew Miller, Michigan State University, “Off-line Production of Transition Metal Ions for Collinear Laser Spectroscopy at BECOLA/NSCL”
  • Maxim Nesterenko, Novosibirsk State University, “Absolute Frequency Measurements of the Emission Transitions of Iodine in the Wavelength Regions 980 nm and 1060 nm.”

The winners’ announcement was made by Kei Minamisono, co-chair of the LAP2015 Local Organizing Committee.

Supporting young researchers in the field of lasers and accelerators research is the main objective of LA³NET network.