Around 20 delegates from across the SEPnet institutes attended the Advanced Materials workshop on Monday, 28 March 2022 at Royal Holloway.
The workshop included the following sessions:
- Dr Sam Carr: The theory of strongly correlated systems
- Dr David Voneshen: Neutron scattering
The workshop concluded with a proposal writing and review session in which the delegates came up with their own applications for experiments at a large facility. These spanned an exciting range of science covering organic thin films, superconductors and spintronic systems. Only one could be awarded time though with the “panel” backing the thin film proposal.
One of the delegates said “I think the workshop was really great and I am hoping that there will be others in the future that I can take part in.” They thought the “presentations were comprehensible and the lecturers really friendly and easy to communicate with”. They found the session on how to prepare the beam proposals “a really good idea”.
GRADnet hopes to be able to offer a 2-day event next time to cover some of the sessions in more detail as it was not possible this year due to the pandemic.
Thank you to Jon Goff, Professor of Experimental Condensed Matter Physics, Department of Physics, Royal Holloway University of London who organised this event on behalf of GRADnet and Dr Sam Carr, Lecturer in Physics University of Kent and Dr David Voneshen, ISIS, Science Technology Facilities Council, for their valued contribution to this event.