The last lecture of the ANBUG-ANSTO lecture series on INS will be held on May 19th from 11:00 to 12:30AEST. We are pleased to invite Dr Richard Mole and Dr Pablo Galaviz to discuss the data analysis and theoretical study of the inelastic neutron scattering experimental results.
The second lecture of the ANBUG-ANSTO lecture series on INS will be held on April 21st from 11:00 to 12:30AEST. The lecture will focus on Time-of-flight neutron spectrometry and triple-axis neutron spectrometry.
In this year, ANBUG Town Hall Events will first hold a series of lectures on inelastic neutron scattering, which contains 4-5 lectures, covering the principles, instrument techniques, data processing, as well as theoretical calculations. Everyone who is interested in this field is welcome to join the lectures.
The first lecture will be held on Tuesday, 4th April at 11 am. Dr Kirrily Rule from ACNS will give a talk entitled ‘Neutron scattering for dynamic investigations – an overview of inelastic neutron scattering capabilities at ANSTO’.
The ANSTO powder diffraction workshop is on again from Nov 3rd-5th at the ANSTO Lucas Heights campus. The workshop is aimed at Australian and New Zealand PhD students wishing to learn the technique of Rietveld refinement in order to analyse their X-ray and neutron powder diffraction data. For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.ansto.gov.au/whats-on/powder-diffraction-workshop-2022.
The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) and the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin (HZB) are pleased to announce another instalment of the ANSTO – HZB Neutron School to be held in 2022. This follows the first successful joint school in 2019 and the long tradition of neutron schools being held in Berlin.
The aim of the school is to provide a broad overview of new scattering theory and applications to demonstrate the utility of neutron scattering science. The course will consist of lectures and practicals using the neutron beam instruments at the OPAL Multipurpose Reactor. Subjects covered include basic theory, instrumentation, small-angle scattering, reflectometry, deuteration, crystallography and diffraction, imaging, residual stress and strain scanning, inelastic scattering, quasi-elastic scattering, and polarised neutrons. There will also be a demonstration of sample environment equipment and a tutorial on writing proposals. Students will have the opportunity to present their work to fellow participants and ANSTO and HZB staff in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere at the school poster session.
The school is particularly suited to those who are new to neutron scattering and is aimed at students (Honours, Masters, PhD) and early career researchers.
For more information: https://www.ansto.gov.au/whats-on/ansto-hzb-neutron-school-2022