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Sources, Interaction with Matter, Detection and Analysis of Low Energy Electrons 2017 (SIMDALEE2017)

Monday, 18 September 2017 to Friday, 22 September 2017
Pula, Sardinia
Italy

Low Energy Electrons are becoming increasingly important in many different fields of science and technology. Specialised techniques are emerging to study phenomena related to low energy electrons near solid surfaces. These comprise measurements of correlated electron pairs using coincidence techniques, cathode lens technology, near field emission electron microscopy, electron holography, and others.