HyperSpy 2020

Mar 02. till Mar 03.

HyperSpy 2020

This workshop is geared towards electron microscopy users who are interested in HyperSpy for their data analysis.

During this two-day workshop we will cover the basics of data handling in HyperSpy and then provide example work-flows for typical datasets that Users acquire at ePSIC. This will include spectroscopy datasets in STEM, i.e. spectrum images with EELS and / or EDXS, and also large 4D-STEM datasets acquired using the Medipix detector on E02. Machine learning toolboxes available within HyperSpy and their application on various data types will also be discussed.

We will also have a dedicated session for participants to bring their own data with specific questions to discuss regarding data analysis in HyperSpy.

Date
02/03/20202020-03-02 - 03/03/20202020-03-03
Location
Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK

Topics:

Over the two days the following topics will be covered:

  • Introduction to HyperSpy
  • EELS and EDXS in HyperSpy
  • Machine learning / PCA
  • Working with large 4D-STEM datasets

Application & fee:

Applications for HyperSpy 2020 are now open, and will be closing at 5 pm on Thursday 6th February 2020.

All applicants will be informed on the result of their application shortly after.

Please note that places on this workshop are limited. In the case of oversubscription there will be a limit of attendees for each organisation. Participants will be selected on a fair distribution basis across the research groups (where possible at least one person per ePSIC User team will be selected).

If your application is successful, there will be a £50 fee in order to attend the event. The fee wil cover accommodation (on the 2nd of March), as well as meals and refreshments throughout the workshop. Applicants are required to cover the cost of their transport to and from Diamond.

 

For all enquiries contact events@diamond.ac.uk 

Parking on Campus:

Due to a large number of building works on site, parking on the Harwell Campus is extremely limited and visitors’ parking cannot be guaranteed. We strongly recommend travelling by public transport, where possible, if you are attending an event at Diamond.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Find here more information on how to get to Diamond by Public Transport.

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