This year's Molecular Spectroscopy User Meeting will take on a slightly different format, as we incorporate a special focus, making the most of simulation and neutron spectroscopy data together. The meeting will be hosted jointly with the Ada Lovelace Centre. We aim to answer the following: “How simulation can aid the interpretation of neutron spectroscopy measurements and how neutron spectroscopy data help simulations". The event is scheduled to take place at Milton Hill House from 30 October - 1 November. Milton House can easily be reached by public transport or from the A34. Ample free parking spaces are available. A draft schedule is available below. This venue is close to the ISIS site, with good public transport links. Free accommodation will be provided for all who require it and reasonable (capped depending on budget and no taxis/air travel except in exceptional circumstances) travel expenses for UK based attendees reimbursed.
We will showcase successful examples in a number of science areas and we will host a mixer session where we will aim to pair simulators and experimentalists with similar research interests.
There will be a chance for poster presentations for senior academics and PhD students, as well as a breadth of presentations ranging across themes of Catalysis, Energy Materials and Soft Matter.
If you have any queries please contact Mona Sarter or Jeff Armstrong.