[Neutron] International school "CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND NEUTRONS", Oléron (France), September 21-24, 2014

Ines Crespo Ines.Crespo at frm2.tum.de
Fri Jun 20 09:55:12 CEST 2014

*International school "CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND NEUTRONS", Oléron (France), 
September 21-24, 2014*

Dear colleagues,

At the occasion of the International Year of Crystallography, the french 
national neutron society organizes an international school on 
*"CRYSTALLOGRAPHY AND NEUTRONS"*which**will be held in *Oléron (France) 
from 21 to 24th September 2014. *There is still time to register 
(deadline: June 30).

This school suits for beginners or advanced researchers wishing to 
explore and use the capabilities of neutron scattering. The courses will 
be taught in English.

For *European (non-french) students,* *NMI3* can support the 
participation of students preparing a formation in a Non-French European 
University in the frame of *"Neutron and Muon European Schools" 
**(NaMES). * <http://nmi3.eu/about-nmi3/education/neutron-schools/jdn.html>

The school will focus on the specific strengths of neutron scattering 
(magnetism, light elements, contrast methods) and present the most 
relevant neutron techniques for various materials, their limitations and 
their application fields. It will also show the main technical 
characteristics of neutron scattering spectrometers available to the 
French and European communities of crystallographers, chemists, 
physicists and specialists of Materials Science.

The training will take place over 4 days, during which lectures on the 
different techniques of neutron scattering will be provided together 
with practicals. Specificity and complementarity of these techniques 
with other laboratory techniques (diffraction and X-ray scattering, 
reflectivity, X-ray spectroscopy and Raman inelastic scattering) will be 

For more details, please visit the website 

Looking forward meeting you in Oléron,

The organizers

Jean-Michel KIAT (SPMS, ECP)
Florence PORCHER and Beatrice GILLON (LLB)

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