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New Meetup: Expanding the Frontiers of Neutron Science - Talk at the Institute of Physics

From: Paul
Sent on: Saturday, April 24, 2010 1:23 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for Quantum Physics and Cosmology Meetup Group!

What: Expanding the Frontiers of Neutron Science - Talk at the Institute of Physics

When: Wednesday, April 28,[masked]:00 PM

Institute of Physics (London and SE Branch)
76 Portland Place
+44 [masked]

I have found details about a talk on research into Neutron Science and Condensed Matter Physics at the Institute of Physics, 76 Portland Place, and think that this would be a good idea for a midweek meetup. The details are below -

Expanding the Frontiers of Neutron Science
Dr Andrew Taylor, Director ISIS pulsed neutron and muon source
Rutherford and Appleton Laboratory

Accelerator Driven Sources have delivered a paradigm shift in our ability to produce neutron beams for condensed matter research. The ISIS Facility at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory has for twenty years been the world?s leading pulsed neutron source delivering beams of neutrons to probe the microscopic structure and dynamics of condensed matter. Applications range from archaeology and engineering science to the understanding of superconductivity and quantum complexity. The newly commissioned Second Target Station at ISIS is further expanding the frontiers of research in soft matter and advanced materials.

The talk begins at 6:30pm, however I plan to be there at 6pm, and have asked if we can reserve at least ten places. However, none of these places have been confirmed by the IoP, and I will let you know on Monday 27th April if there are enough seats for this meetup to be viable. Until I have information back from the IoP regarding the number of seats available, I have limited the number of available spots to 10 in total.

This does not affect the regular meetups I hope to do in May - this is however a free and open chance to learn about up to date Physics research by researchers in the field...

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