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WP4 Workshop on Inelastic Neutron Scattering SPECTRINA 2016
Main conference hall (PNPI, Gatchina)
Main conference hall
Orlova Roscha, Gatchina,
Leningrad district, 188300, Russia
Workshop on Inelastic Neutron Scattering SPECTRINA 2016 hosted by B.P. Konstantinov Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute is a workshop dealing with study of dynamics of the matter by the methods of inelastic neutron scattering. The scope of the workshop covers, primarily, a range of topical issues related to the dynamics of the lattice and magnetic excitations, which have always constituted the cutting edge of modern condensed matter physics.
The workshop will feature presentations on the following topical areas:
1. Research methods of inelastic scattering and achievements in condensed matter physics and in materials science;
2. Three-axis spectroscopy;
3. Neutron spectroscopy by time-of-flight;
4. Spin-echo spectroscopy;
5. The joint use of neutron and synchrotron radiation to study the dynamics of excitations;
6. Instrumentation for neutron spectroscopy at neutron sources in Russia. The workshop as a part of WP4 Educational program is directly associated with the creation of the PIK instrumentation concept in the field of spectroscopy, with some of the reports/talks dedicated specifically to this topic.
The working language of the workshop is Russian, but the talks in English are also welcome.