[Neutron] Workshop on "The Role of Magnetic Symmetry in the Description and Determination of Magnetic Structures"
branton at physics.byu.edu
Tue Jun 3 23:08:50 CEST 2014
What: A three-day workshop on the "The Role of Magnetic Symmetry in the Description and Determination of Magnetic Structures". Hands-on tutorials on the exploitation of magnetic symmetry in ISODISTORT, FullProf, JANA and the Bilbao Crystallograpic Server. Lectures will address both theory and practice. See http://magcryst.org/meetings/cmsworkshop2014/ for details.
When: August 14-16, 2014
Where: Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research at McMaster University. An outstanding summer venue with many scenic attractions nearby (e.g. Toronto and Niagra Falls).
Why: A great deal of new infrastructure (software, data and standards) is evolving rapidly in support of the use of magnetic symmetry to solve/refine magnetic structures. Don't miss this opportunity to catch up.
Who: Our presenters include
-- Mois Aroyo (Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain)
-- Stuart Calder (Oak Ridge National Lab, USA)
-- Branton Campbell (Brigham Young University, USA)
-- John Greedan (McMaster University, Canada)
-- J. Manuel Perez-Mato (Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain)
-- Vaclav Petricek (Institute of Physics, ASCR, Czech Republic)
-- Vladimir Pomjakushin (Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland)
-- Juan Rodriquez-Carvajal (Institut Laue Langevin, France)
-- Wieslawa Sikora (AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland)
How much: Student residence-hall accommodations. Low registration fees. Young-scientist travel bursary awards still available.
Please forward this information to colleagues, post-docs and students with an interest in the structures and properties of magnetic materials, and encourage them to attend. This will be a great workshop for experts and novices alike.
Chair, IUCr Commission for Magnetic Structures
Branton J. Campbell, Professor
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Brigham Young University
N261 ESC, BYU, Provo, UT 84602
Tel: 801-422-5758 Fax: 801-422-0553
Email: branton_campbell at byu.edu
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