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Hasylab Users' Meeting 2012

09.01.2012
Vendor Exhibition and Poster Session organized by DESY & European XFEL
open to visitors
The annual users' meeting of the Hamburg Synchrotron Laboratory (HASYLAB) at DESY is coming up. Approximately 60 companies will showcase their products alongside 250 posters on the newest research and developments in areas of

(1) Materials Science, (2) Free©Electron Lasers and EuropeanXFEL, (3) Life Science and (4) Methods and Instrumentation.

Date: 27th January 2012
Time: 13:00 ¨C 18.00
Place: DESY, Notkestr. 85, 22607 Hamburg
Building 80a (Reemtsma Hallen)
Contact:
Kerstin Prechel Dr. Michael Murphy
tt©info@desy.de industry@desy.de
+49 40 8998 5342 +49 40 8998 1994
hasylab.desy.de/usersmeeting

Kerstin Prechel | DESY
Further information:
http://hasylab.desy.de/usersmeeting

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