Things have been pretty quiet here at Diamond. We’re in shut-down for a few weeks so the beam is off for machine maintenance and testing, and there are no experiments. But when you’re analysing data, the fun never stops! No, I’m not being sarcastic – here’s why these past few weeks have been pretty exciting for Project M data analysis…Read more...
Hello again! It’s been a busy few weeks for me at Diamond after first settling in and I’m already over a third of the way through my placement. Time has flown by, which is quite daunting when you have 770 sets of diffraction data to sort through and analyse! Luckily there are plenty of tricks and tools here at Diamond to make swimming through this sea of data a bit easier than it sounds…Read more...
Hi! I’m Alice and I’ve just joined the Project M team in Diamond for a twelve-week summer placement. I’m an undergraduate studying physics at the University of Bath, and will start my final year in October. My job at Diamond will be to analyse the data collected from the huge diffraction experiment that was done as part of Project M here at Diamond back in April.Read more...
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