[Neutron] ISIS Online SANS Training Course 2022
Stephen King - STFC UKRI
stephen.king at stfc.ac.uk
Mon Nov 15 11:50:07 CET 2021
In the absence of the annual in-person ISIS Neutron Training Course, the ISIS SANS Group will be running a SANS-focussed online training course in 2022.
The course is aimed at researchers from any area who intend to or already do use SANS in their research, regardless of discipline or institution. The key criterion is that participants should expect to use the SANS instruments at ISIS in their research.
The course will include a general overview of small-angle neutron scattering, performing measurements, data processing and analysis, and include introductions to more advanced data analysis in some other areas. The course will include both webinars and hands-on practice using the IDAaaS cloud computing environment to remove the need for participants to install software.
The course will be held from 1-10 February 2022, with teaching running from 13:30 - 17:00 GMT on the weekdays.
Due to the available computing resources, the number of participants is limited to 50.
Registration is open now and will close on 10 December 2021.
Full details are available on the course website at https://indico.stfc.ac.uk/event/433/
Leide Cavalcanti (leide.cavalcanti at stfc.ac.uk<mailto:leide.cavalcanti at stfc.ac.uk>)
Gregory Smith (gregory.smith at stfc.ac.uk<mailto:gregory.smith at stfc.ac.uk>)
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