ISIS ran a week-long training school on the use of muon spectroscopy in March 2018. It included a variety of lectures and workshops on the muon technique, given by experienced researchers, and also the chance to perform muon experiments - the best way for the participants to learn how they could use muons in their own future research.
Copies of the lecture notes given at the school can be found below in pdf format (please be aware that some of these are several MB in size):
Welcome (Adrian Hillier)
Introduction to μSR (Stephen Blundell)
Analyzing μSR Spectra (Stephen Blundell)
Applications of μSR - Superconductors (Roberto De Renzi)
Using Muesr (Roberto De Renzi)
Applications of μSR - Magnetism (Tom Lancaster)
Applications of μSR - Semiconductors (Rui Vilao)
Building a Spectrometer (Stephen Cottrell)
Combining μSR and DFT (Leandro Liborio)
Doing Muon Experiments (Pabitra Biswas)
Applications of μSR - Chemistry (Nigel Clayden)
Complementary Techniques - NMR and μSR (Nigel Clayden)
Frequency Domain Analysis (Francis Pratt)
Applications of μSR - Charge Transport (Martin Månsson)
Complementary Techniques - Neutrons and Muons (Martin Månsson)
Using QUANTUM (James Lord)
Negative muons for elemental analysis (Adrian Hillier)
PSI Muons (Thomas Prokscha)
RF and Pulsed Environments (James Lord)
Pulsed Techniques: Photo- μSR (Koji Yokoyama)
How to Write a Proposal (Adrian Hillier)
Mantid data analysis workbook and data.
Photographs from the school are available from the photographs page.
Notes from the previous training schools can be found on their webpages.