[time-nuts] Fw: [Ann] 2019 European Frequency and Time Seminar, Besancon, France, July 1-5
Dr. Ulrich L. Rohde
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Wed Nov 14 07:09:29 EST 2018
Enrico is a good man, we are working together on an update to my synthesizer book,planed for next year.
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> On Nov 14, 2018, at 7:02 AM, Attila Kinali <attila at kinali.ch> wrote:
> I just reived the following annoucement by Enrico Rubiola.
> TL;DR: EFTS is a one week seminar where experts in their respective
> field teach various aspects of time and frequency control, measurement
> and disemination. If you are new to the field and need a jumpstart,
> it's highly recommended.
> Besancon, France, July 1-5, 2019
> The EFTS is an intensive full-week seminar intended to provide education and training with lectures and laboratory sessions. It targets a broad audience: Engineers, Ph.D. Students, Post-doc Fellows, Young Scientists, Newcomers, etc.
> This seminar is original in the following:
> · Broad spectrum of topics related to time and frequency
> · Broad target audience, yet keeping high level education
> · Balance between academic and applied issues
> · True laboratory sessions (as opposite to demos). The attendees are expected to practice on a wide range of instruments made available.
> At the 2019 EFTS, we plan 23 lectures, 12 H labs in small groups, visits at the http://www.femto-st.fr/en/ and the http://theta.obs-besancon.fr/?lang=en, social events, and an Astronomy Session on the "exact time" from stars.
> This is a preliminary announcement only.
> Registrations will only open at the end of January.
> However, pre-registrations (no invoice issued) are welcome. Please email at
> Mrs Fabienne Locatelli fabienne.locatelli at obs-besancon.fr,
> cc to myself rubiola at femto-st.fr
> Detailed program and Abstracts are being prepared, and will be available later. In the meanwhile, you can download the http://efts.eu/dokuwiki/lib/exe/fetch.php?media=current:Abstracts.pdf of the previous edition.
> You may also like the http://rubiola.org/pdf-static/Enrico's-chart-EFTS.pdf of Phase Noise and Allan Variance.
> January 2019: Registrations open.
> Thursday, April 25, 2019: Early Birds (reduced rate) deadline.
> Wednesday, June 12, 2019: Regular Participants (full rate) deadline.
> Notice that there is a limited number of places set by the capacity of labs, first registered, first served.
> A small number in excess can be allowed on a reduced version of the seminar (full lectures, and 4-6 H labs only). Contact us for availability and rate.
> The http://efts.eu is a non-profit seminar started in 2013 by http://rubiola.org, and run every year at the http://www.femto-st.fr/en/. It is sponsored by Gov, Academic and Int'l Institutions, and lives on the volunteer work of its Instructors and Staff.
> The http://www.femto-st.fr/en/ is a French Gov lab affiliated to the National Research Council http://www.cnrs.fr/index.php under the number UMR 6174.
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