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Common lectures in Grenoble

lecturers and lectures planned for hercules 2024

(tHE planning of 2025 is IN PROCESSING)

BASIC METHODS AND INSTRUMENTS

ATTWOOD David

Introduction to synchrotron radiation, coherence and the evolution to free electron lasing (lecture 1)
X-ray optics and applications (lecture 2)

BALEDENT Victor

Introduction to neutron and X-ray inelastic scattering

BARENDS Thomas

Serial (femtosecond) crystallography

RENNIE Adrian

Soft Condensed Matter

BARRETT Ray

Hard X-ray optics for synchrotron radiation beamlines

BRESSLER Christian

VLab: how to do your own ultrafast X-ray experiment

CLOETENS Peter

Full-field coherent imaging

DE BOISSIEU Marc

Introduction to the science at large scale facilities:
neutron, synchrotron and XFEL sources

DE BOISSIEU Marc

From a diffraction experiment to the crystal structure

FAVRE-NICOLIN Vincent

Data science: from big & open data to cloud computing

GOETZ Andrew

The role of the scientist in making data FAIR for reproducible science

GRAAFSMA Heinz

Basic of X-ray detectors: how do they work and how are they characterised?

HARRISON Andrew

Introduction to interactions of X-rays and neutrons with matter (2 lectures)

HOFFMANN Ingo

Neutron backscattering and spin-echo spectroscopies

LANGRIDGE Sean

Science at neutron spallation sources

MÜLLER Martin

Introduction to small angle scattering

PASCARELLI Sakura

Introduction to X-ray Spectroscopies (lecture 1)
Fundamentals of X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy (lecture 2)

PASCARELLI Sakura

XFELs and ultra fast applications

TENGATTINI Alessandro

Introduction on neutron and X-ray imaging

WILDES Andrew

Neutrons: scattering and instrumentation (2 lectures)

 

 


  

 

REFRESHER LECTURES

GRENIER Béatrice

Refresher lecture on crystallography (2 lectures)

PAOLASINI Luigi

Introduction to magnetism (for session A only)


 

TRAININGS

COLIN Claire &
GRENIER Béatrice

Quizz on crystallography

Organisers / Lecturers

Quizz on basics about neutron and X-ray radiations