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Prof. Martin Nikl visited SICCAS

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From Nov.15 to 22, Professor Martin Nikl, from the institute of physics, Czech Academy of Sciences, visited Shanghai Institute of Ceramics and gave us two presentations in our headquarter at Changning Campus and in R&D Center at Jiading District respectively. The titles of the two presentations were “Complex oxide scintillators: fundamental physics understanding and material optimization” and “Alternative methods of growing bulk sintillation crystals”. In his presentations, Professor Martin Nikl showed his recent research achievements on lead tungstate, lutetium silicate scintillation crystals and scintillation ceramics as well as some progress in the field of crystal growth technology. More than fifty students, young scientists and researchers attended these seminars. After the presentations, attendants discussed with Prof.Martin about some issues interested.

Professor Martin Nikl is a famous scientist in the field of luminescence physics, especially in the luminescence mechanism of scintillators. So far, he has published more than 300 papers and given several invited talks. This visit was invited by Professor Ren Guohao and funded by the joint collaboration between Sino and Czech government. During his visit, Professor Nikl gave many useful advice and suggestions on our future research work and collaboration.

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