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Course Materials

EXPERIMENT HANDOUTS

Triple Axis / MACS (Hard Matter)

Triple Axis (contact: Jeffrey.Lynn [at] nist.gov ,   Yang.Zhao [at] nist.gov ,   or Rebecca.Dally [at] nist.gov)

     Triple Axis Presentation

     BT7 Introduction

MACS (contact: Jose.Rodriguez [at] nist.gov ,   or Yiming.Qiu [at] nist.gov)

     MACS Supplemental files

     MACS Presentation

Neutron Spin Echo /  High Flux Backscattering (Soft Matter)

Neutron Spin Echo (contact: Antonio.Faraone [at] nist.gov)

     NSE Supplemental files

High Flux Backscattering (contact: Madhusudan.Tyagi [at] nist.gov)

     HFBS Supplemental files

     Guide to HFBS Experiments

Disk Chopper / Diffraction (Materials Chemistry)

Disk Chopper Spectrometer (contact: Craig.Brown [at] nist.gov)

     DSC Instrument Presentation

     DCS Science Context Presentation

Diffraction (contact: Craig.Brown [at] nist.gov)

Software Installation Instructions

Neutron Spectroscopy School Software

DAVE

SpinW

Week 1 Preparation Material

Introduction to GatherTown

Experiment and Poster Schedule

Week 2 Preparation Material

Proposal Writing Handout

Lectures

Introduction to Neutron Spectroscopy (Peter Gehring)

Selecting the Right Neutron Spectroscopy Instrument (Jim Rhyne)

Student’s Final Project: How to write a beam time proposal (Yamali Hernandez)

The NCNR reactor and cold sources (Dagistan Sahin)

 

Tour of Techniques

NeXT/Imaging (Jake LaManna)

VSANS (Yun Liu)

NDP (Jamie Weaver)

Neutron Reflectometry (Alex Grutter)

Residual Stress Diffractometer (Thomas Gnaupel-Herold)

Fundamental Physics Research (Shannon Hoogerheide)

 

Contacts

Created September 30, 2019, Updated May 9, 2022