The 2nd FIT4NANO workshop will take place from 11-13 July 2022 in Krakow, Poland, and is a part of the Focused Charged Particle Beam Week. The FIT4NANO workshop is directly followed by FEBIP2022 and workshop participants are encouraged to sign up for the FEBIP meeting.
Krakow – due to its demographic, economic, social and scientific-cultural strength – ranks second in Poland among cities. It has unique values that are the basis of its economic development and an increase in the quality of life. It has high-quality human capital at its disposal. It is a city people consciously choose as a place to live, work, study, spend free time in a variety of ways. Sustainable development and the ability to meet specific challenges with the skillful use of own resources are the main priorities.
The academic center, with its 650 year old University , is permanently connected with the city and builds an unrepeated resource of knowledge in a unique way. It is the key to competitiveness and innovation not only of Krakow, but also of the entire region. The intensively developing economy based on knowledge is a completely new process in the economic life of the City, which makes it part of the modern economies of the world.
The overriding goal for Krakow is not only to be a modern city but also to be proud of its historical heritage. It aspires to be an open, rich, friendly and safe metropolis, vibrant with culture. Smart management and strengthening the sphere of modern services and the research and development sector are the foundations for the development of Krakow – a city where innovation and effective cooperation between science and business are the focus.
We invite you to visit our website and learn about the possibilities offered by magical Krakow – rooted in tradition, sensitive to everyday life and open to development: https://business.krakow.pl
The workshop is organized by FIT4NANO and Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences.
We are carefully monitoring the situation and restrictions of COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the fact that number of new daily COVID-19 cases is currently decreasing in Poland and several European countries have removed pandemic restrictions, the workshop assumes a hybrid form for those who cannot come to Kraków. Anyway we encourage everybody to in-person participation.
The workshop is free of charge (fees for meals will apply) and is open to everyone interested in the development and applications of Focused Ion Beams at the nanoscale.
Limited travel grants are available and will be offered first to FIT4NANO members with workshop contributions. If you are interested in receiving a grant, please indicate so in your registration.
Fot. Piotr Krochmal