Diamond Light Source is holding a workshop on the processing and analysis of XAS data from the 7th-9th of June. Diamond has three x-ray absorption spectroscopy beamlines, one of which is operational, I18, with the other two, B18 and I20, coming online in the first half of 2010. The workshop is aimed at new, existing and potential users of the Diamond spectroscopy beamlines who want to get the most from the data they collect at Diamond.
The workshop will be held at Diamond and will consist of a mixture of lectures and hands-on sessions and the course will be focussed on the use of the IFEFFIT suite of programs in particular the use of Athena and Artemis to perform data processing and analysis.
Topics covered will include:
Computing resources for the data analysis sessions will be provided by Diamond Light Source. A tour of the Diamond spectroscopy beamlines will also be organized, allowing participants to take a close look at the experimental facilities available.
The course is free with lunch and dinner provided by Diamond. Participants are expected to cover their accommodation costs.
The course will be limited to 20 people who will be chosen based on their experience and the relevance of the workshop to their research. Registration will be open until the end of February with successful applicants informed in the first week in March.
Diamond Light Source is the UK's national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire.
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