23-24 June 2016
PNPI, Gatchina
Europe/Moscow timezone
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.
Scientific scope:
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.
Starts Jun 23, 2016 07:00
Ends Jun 24, 2016 17:00
PNPI, Gatchina
Main conference hall
Orlova Roscha, Gatchina, Leningrad district, 188300, Russia
Registration is available on the web-site of the workshop: https://oiks.pnpi.spb.ru/events/spektrina-2016