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July 5, 2021
Don't miss the June issue, with a number of very interesting job advertisements, some with very close deadlines !!!
June 3, 2021
The second edition of the Early Career Conference in Trapped Ions (ECCTI) is scheduled for January 2022 ! This one-week conference, organised by young ion trappers for young ion trappers, is an important event to present, interact, learn, and discuss with other researchers in the field. The COST Action TIPICQA happily supports this initiative.
May 2, 2021
Version 1 of the Portal for High-Precision Atomic Data and Computation has been released by our colleagues at University of Delaware. The portal provides transition matrix elements, transition rates, radiative lifetimes, branching ratios, and polarizabilities for atoms and ions. The team seeks community input, and all comments and suggestions are welcome and can be addressed to Marianna Safronova. Applause for this great initiative, which provides all properties of our favourite ions at one glance, with many more still to come !
April 6, 2021
The COST Action 17113 organizes a technical event regarding the use and implementation of ARTIQ software with the objective to promote the interaction or collaboration between different groups with common goals or applications. This online ARTIQ day is planned on 28 April 2021, the detailed program will be published soon.
March 5, 2021
Virtual Les Houches was a great School. Over 60 extremely motivated young ion trappers have followed two weeks of lectures, tutorials, working groups, poster session with a lot of enthusiasm and many interesting questions. They have transformed the event into a really special school with poster discussion til late after midnight, and real-time visits of the experiments. Thanks to all for their contributions, participants and lecturers, and an additional mention to the "technical" helpers who have supported the logistics !
February 1, 2021
CERN has made a video to promote the recent paper of the BASE collaboration on axion detection using Penning trap single particle detection systems. If you have other examples of promotional media, podcasts, movies, we would be happy to announce and include them in the COST action website. We can also take up your twitter announcements. Just let us know !
January 11, 2021
Here is 2021 ! We wish you an exciting New Year, far away from all viruses, full of new ideas, with lots of success in your experiments, theories and other projects, and we are looking forward to meeting again in the not too far future!
December 2, 2020
The COST office is taking a survey on virtual networking. If you have any bright ideas what and how we can implement interactions between Ion Trappers in the next months, you are very welcome to reply to this newsletter message. Some "technical" coffee breaks or virtual literature clubs could allow to spread information more widely. And of course you are all invited to the Precision Physics and Fundamental Symmetries seminar (see more in this November issue).
November 2, 2020
Greece is a new member of COST Action TIPICQA, bringing the number of direct member states to 24. Welcome to Greece! Lockdown measures are coming back to (European) labs, we sincerely hope that you and your ions are all safe and well trapped.
October 5, 2020
Due to the cancellation of many events this year, the organisers of ECTI and NACTI have agreed to shift the calendar by one year, so that ECTI will be held in 2021 and NACTI in 2022. More details soon to come. Our well-known training school in Les Houches is open for pre-registration (see below). We cross our fingers that January in Les Houches will be on-site and in-snow!

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