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The 27th CHRNS School on Methods and Applications of Neutron Spectroscopy

Please Note: This page is intended to facilitate registration of people that have been selected from a competitive application process for the CHRNS school. The application period has ended.  Please check back periodically for the announcement of the next school.

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This school provides participants the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of neutron scattering techniques that utilize instruments at NIST including the disk chopper spectrometer (DCS), backscattering spectrometer (HFBS), BT-7 double focusing triple-axis spectrometer, multi-axis crystal spectrometer (MACS), neutron spin echo spectrometer (NSE) and neutron diffraction. These powerful experimental techniques are used by researchers in a variety of scientific disciplines to probe the dynamics of materials over time scales ranging from 1 ps to 100 ns with length scales from under 1 nm to over 100 nm. This school emphasizes hands-on practical training for the instruments mentioned above as well as a thorough theoretical overview of these measurement techniques.  Applications of dynamical techniques will be illustrated by specific examples drawn from recent cutting-edge research on soft and hard condensed matter systems.  The course will enable attendees to assess the applicability of the techniques to their own research and will provide the technical information needed to prepare effective beam time proposals.  The School is sponsored by the Center for High Resolution Neutron Scattering (CHRNS), jointly funded by the National Science Foundation and NIST.

Created November 15, 2021, Updated December 23, 2021