UK Neutron & Muon Science and User Meeting (NMSUM) 2022
11 Jan 2022
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The UK Neutron & Muon Science and User Meeting will take place at Warwick University from 25-27 April 2022.

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This meeting, jointly organised by ISIS and ILL, will be a chance for UK users of neutron and muon beams to hear about latest science using these techniques, together with facility updates and other news of interest to the community. It will take place in the Warwick Conference centre. In pre-pandemic years the meeting has attracted around 300 participants.

The structure of the meeting will be:

  • Monday 25 April (11.00am onwards): Student day.  A chance for students who are using neutrons or muons in their projects to meet other students, learn more about neutron and muon techniques and present their work.
  • Tuesday 26 April (09.00 onwards): Science day. Plenary talks together with parallel sessions based around five themes.  A chance to hear latest results from members of the community.
  • Wednesday 27 April (09.00 – 13.00): User day. Facility updates and other news of interest to ISIS and ILL users.

The BTM Willis Prize, awarded by the Neutron Scattering Group of the IoP and RSC, will be presented at the meeting. Full details of the programme will be available in due course. An initial list of confirmed speakers is given below.

The meeting is free to attend, and reasonable travel costs will be reimbursed by ISIS for attendees based at UK universities.

Please register for the meeting using the online form​, which will be available shortly​. 

We look forward to seeing you at Warwick in April!

List of speakers confirmed to-date (more to follow!)

Tom Lancaster (Durham, plenary)
Abbie McLaughlin (Aberdeen, plenary)
Thomas Hicken (Royal Holloway)
Otto Mustonen (Birmingham)
Viviane Pecanha-Antonio (Oxford)
Geetha Balakrishnan (Warwick)
Adam Squires (Bath)
Silvia Ramos Peres (Kent)
Stephen Skinner (Imperial)
Jan-Willem Bos (Heriot-Watt)
Dave Growney (Lubrizol)
Alan Drew (Royal Holloway)
Catrin Davies (Imperial)
Alexander Korsunsky (Oxford)​

Contact: de Laune, Rosie (STFC,RAL,ISIS)