ICFA Workshop on Future Lightsources: FLS 2021 / postponed to March 2022

KKL (Lucerne, Switzerland)


Lucerne, Switzerland

The Culture and Congress Centre in Lucerne (or KKL for Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Luzern)

Postponed to March 2022


We are pleased to announce that the 61th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop on Future Light Sources (FLS 2021) will take place in Lucerne, Switzerland, from February 28th to March 5th, 2021.

FLS 2021 is hosted by the Paul Scherrer Institute.

The Future Lightsources Workshop has a long history, dating back to the 1990s. The first FLS workshop was held in Grenoble, hosted by ESRF in 1996. It was followed by FLS 1999 in Argonne, FLS 2002 in Hyogo, FLS 2006 in Hamburg, FLS 2010 in Menlo Park, FLS 2012 in Newport News and FLS2018 in Shanghai.

In the spirit of the FLS workshop series, FLS 2021 will bring together worldwide scientists to exchange ideas and best practices about accelerator based light sources, their new development trends and related key technologies. The workshop program will consist of plenary talks and working group sessions. The working groups will include linac-based light sources, ring-based light sources, compact light sources and key technologies.

Lucerne is a famous city of Switzerland located in the heart of the Alps. It is a popular tourist destination renowned for its historical landmarks such as the Chapel Brige, city walls and old town as well as the lake of Lucerne. Surrounded with famous mountains like the Pilatus or Rigi Mounts, there are many possibilities to escape the city and reach the beautiful summit of the Swiss Alps.

We look forward to welcoming you in Lucerne.

Dr. Hans-H. Braun (Workshop Chair FLS 2021)


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