updated: 27 Octoberr 1999
EESRFEL'99                         PROGRAM                               EESRFEL'99
 November 8, 1999, Monday

18:00 - 22:00        Registration
19:00 - 21:00        Dinner

November 9, 1999, Tuesday
 
  8:00 -  9:00       Registration
  9:00 -  9:15       Opening Address
  9:15 -  9:55   Giorgio Margaritondo (EPFL, Lausanne): New Synchrotron Radiation Projects in Europe
  9:55 -10:25   Robert Comes (LURE, Orsay/Paris): Research Possibilities at LURE
10:25 -10:55   Reiner Gehrke (HASYLAB, Hamburg) Research Opportunities at HASYLAB
10:55 -11:30       Coffe break
11:30 -12:00   V.V. Kvardakov (IC RAS, Moscow): Research opportunities at Siberia II
12:00 -12:30   Nils Martensson (MAX-Lab, Lund): Research opportunities at MAX-lab
12:30 -13:00   David Norman (SRS, Daresbury): The Synchrotron Radiation Source at Daresbury Recent Highlights and Opportunities for Scientists from Eastern and Central Europe
13:00 -14:15        Lunch
14:15 -14:30   Wolfgang Matz (FZR, Rossendorf): ROBL - a CRG Beam Line at the ESRF dedicated to Radiochemistry and Materials Research
14:30 -15:00   Soeren P. Moeller (ASTRID, Aarhus): Research Possibilities at ASTRID
15:00 -15:30   Giorgio Paolucci (ELETTRA, Trieste): Recent results and research opportunities at Elettra
15:30 -16:00   Yves Petroff (ESRF, Grenoble): Recent results at the ESRF
16:00 -16:30       Coffee break
16:30 -17:00   Gerd Reichardt (BESSY, Berlin): Research possibilities at BESSY II and access for users from EC
17:00 -18:00       PANEL DISCUSSION on Research opportunities at European SR Sources
18:00 -19:30       POSTER SESSION
19:30 -21:00       Get together party
November 10, 1999, Wednesday
 
  9:00 -  9:30   Jacek Krzywinski (IP PAS, Warsaw): Status of TESLA FEL project 
  9:30 -10:10   Gerhard Materlik (HASYLAB, Hamburg) :  The Tesla XFEL project - scientific perspectives
10:10 -10:40   Evgeny Syresin (JINR, Dubna): DELSI project - status and perspectives
10:40 -11:10       Coffee break
11:10 -11:25   Rudi Wuensch (FZR, Rossendorf): The Rossendorf Radiation Source ELBE and its FEL Projects
11:25 -11:55   Jean-Michel Ortega (LURE-CLIO, Orsay/Paris) CLIO: an infrared FEL facility
11:55 -12:25   A.F.G. van der Meer (FOM-FELIX, Nieuwegein): Research opportunities at the IR User Facility FELIX
12:25 -13:25        PANEL DISCUSSION on Research Perspectives with European FEL Sources
TESLA FEL - DESY   CLIO - LURE FELIX - FOM X-ray FEL at DESY-scientific case
13:25- 13:35       Closing remarks
13:35-14:40       Lunch

      Departure