Intensive 3 day short course for continuing professional development, run in collaboration between Queen Mary University of London and Anton Paar Tritec Ltd
For further information see www.nanoindentationcourse.com
29-31 May 2018: QMUL, London, United Kingdom
Rietveld analysis is a powerful method for structural analysis from powder diffraction data. This workshop involved an introduction to Rietveld analysis and included a 2 hour training session in use of the popular GSAS software for Rietveld analysis. The training included both single phase and multiphase analysis.
Optionally you may wish to download and install some of the following
Structure Viewing Packages
Various packages are available for viewing structures
Crystal Maker There is a QMUL site license for this product. See your departmental rep.
For linux and Mac users, versions of GSAS and some of the above software are also available
Spectroscopy - next date to be announced
The session on spectroscopy will introduce researchers to the basic underlying theory of a number of spectroscopic techniques, together with some research-led examples of how the technique can be used. The session will provide an introduction to: Raman and X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy; EPR Spectroscopy; Solid state NMR spectroscopy; Neutron Spectroscopy and Muon spectroscopy.