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Molecular Spectroscopy

Welcome to the Molecular Spectroscopy Group. The group is responsible for four spectrometers: Iris, Osiris, Tosca and Vesuvio. The instruments are used for investigations of dynamics in condensed matter science including: chemistry, physics, biology, materials science and geology.

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The group held its annual Molecular Spectroscopy Science Meeting at the Cosener’s House, Abingdon, on the 9th & 10th of November 2016. For more information on our User Group click here.

We also held a joint computational workshop MDANSE2016 with the ILL. The proceedings to this workshop may be found here.

For the latest developments in our group and suite of instruments, please read our March 2016 Newsletter out now!

The instruments in the group span the energy range from the (almost) zero of quasielastic and tunnelling spectroscopy (0 - 10 meV, 0 - 80 cm-1) with IRIS and OSIRIS, through the traditional vibrational spectroscopy region (2 - 500 meV, 16 - 4000 cm-1) with Tosca, up to very high energies (>5 eV, >40,000 cm-1) with Vesuvio. 

For more detailed information on each of the instruments and its associated science, please refer to their specific websites. To discuss an application for beamtime to ISIS please contact either the group leader Prof. Felix Fernandez Alonso or the instrument scientist.

Molecular Spectroscopy Group Members

MSG Members, from left to right: (first row) Sanghamitra Mukhopadhyay, Jeff Armstrong, Stewart Parker, Ian Silverwood, Victoria Garcia Sakai; (second row) Svemir Rudic, Giovanni Romanelli, Felix Fernandez-Alonso, Mattia Gaboardi, Matthew Krzystyniak, Franz Demmel
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