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International Advanced School on Muon spectroscopy
Organised By STFC (UK), PSI (Switzerland), University of Oxford
Tags #MUON #Magnetism #STFC #UniversityOfOxford #PaulScherrerInstitute #muonium #Chemistry #Physics #Energy #Semiconductors #Superconductivity #Molecules #Materials #DFT #spectroscopy #ISISFacility
August 16, 2019
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An ideal platform to learn the theory, techniques and applications of muon spectroscopy for academics, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students
A new theory-fosussed school where advanced concepts of muon spectroscopy will be taught across a wide range of science areas
The international experts will give lectures and tutorials covering the theory and practice of muon spectroscopy and complementary techniques
P​rogramme The first half of the school will introduce the muon spectroscopy technique and various science areas
The students will be asked to make short presentations (single slide for 2 min each) to their peers about their current research projects and how muon spectroscopy can help them
Topics covered during the school include: Magnetic materials Superconductors Energy materials Semiconductors Molecular materials Studies of thin films and interfaces Reaction kinetics Muon spectroscopy under Extreme Environments Muon site determination & DFT   For more information and to register please visit: https://www
STFC Rutherford Appleton Lab
Harwell Campus
United Kingdom
OX11 0QX
Link: International Advanced School on Muon Spectroscopy

Shining Light on the Brain: Optics in Medicine
Organised By IOP London and Southeast Branch
Tags #OpticalPhysics #OpticsAndPhotonics #BiomedicalDevices #MedicalPhysics #OpticalComponents #Biophysics #LondonAndSouthEastBranch #Public #Lecture #LondonAndSouthEast #London #IOPBranchEvents
October 30, 2019
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Speaker: Dr Gemma Bale, UCL Abstract: Near-infrared spectroscopy is a technique to monitor changes in brain activity using infrared light
Infrared light can travel through the skull and into the brain, which means that we can use spectroscopy to identify molecules within the brain non-invasively
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
N1 9BU
Link: Shining Light on the Brain: Optics in Medicine

Exotic Hadron spectroscopy 2019
Organised By IOP High Energy Particle Physics Group
Tags #IOPGroupEvents #HighEnergyParticlePhysicsGroup #NuclearPhysicsGroup
December 12, 2019
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The workshop brings together the nuclear and particle physics communities to discuss the latest developments (experimental and theoretical) in exotic and conventional hadron spectroscopy
Kings Manor
University of York
United Kingdom
Y01 7EP
Link: Exotic Hadron Spectroscopy 2019