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CHRNS Summer School on Neutron Scattering

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October 17-21, 2022

The deadline for submitting applications is midnight on August 29, 2022.

The 28th Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering (CHRNS) "School on Methods and Applications of Small Angle Neutron Scattering and Neutron Reflectometry"

 

The twenty-eighth annual Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering (CHRNS) "Summer School on Methods and Applications of Small Angle Neutron Scattering and Neutron Reflectivity" will be held from Monday, October 17 to Friday, October 21, 2022. This year's summer school is devoted to methods and applications of small angle neutron scattering (SANS) and neutron reflectometry (NR) techniques.

The school is targeted at those with little or no previous experience with neutron scattering methods. The combination of introductory lectures and training in scattering techniques will provide participants with a unique opportunity to become familiar with neutron scattering methods and their application to current research topics.

Attendance for the summer school is limited to up to 42 students and to people affiliated with North American universities and US industry.

The Summer School is sponsored by the NCNR and by the National Science Foundation under the Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering (CHRNS) cooperative agreement number DMR-2010792. Financial support for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty may be requested on the summer school application form.

 

Created September 24, 2019, Updated August 2, 2022