Welcome to the Summer School
We are very pleased that the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center will be hosting a two-day school on magnetic studies using large facilities. This summer school is aimed at graduate students, postdocs, and others in the field of magnetism that would like to learn more about performing research in large facilities like the Taiwan Photon Source (TPS) or the Bragg Institute in Sydney, Australia. Over the two days the participants will learn how neutron, muon and synchrotron beams can help one understand the microscopic nature of their magnetic samples. Instruction on high magnetic field studies and basic modeling will also be provided.
The National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center is located in Hsinchu, Taiwan, roughly 1 hour drive south of Taipei.
The TPS is a low-emittance, 3 GeV synchrotron light source. The 7 initial instruments will soon become available to users after short commissioning period.
What is new
HFM School poster is available here, please print and distribute.
The following speakers are expected to participate
John Chalker (U Oxford, UK)
Michel Kenzelmann (PSI, Switzerland)
Philippe Mendels (U Paris Sud, France)
Luigi Paolasini (ESRF, France)
Kirrily Rule (ANSTO, Australia)
Yixi Su (Juelich, Germany)
Isao Watanabe (RIKEN, Japan)
Participants must register online.
The registration fee is TWD 1500, and this includes bus transportation to Taipei at the end of the School, handouts, lunch, dinner and all coffee breaks.
Single occupancy rooms are available in the guesthouse for TWD 1500/night.