TRIUMF Summer Institute 2011
August 8 - 19, 2011
TRIUMF
Vancouver
BC  Canada

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8-Aug 9-Aug 10-Aug 11-Aug 12-Aug
9:00 T1 T2 T3 T4
9.30 Welcome
10.00 L1 L4 L6 L8 L10
10.30
11.00 Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
11.30 L2 L5 L7 L9 L11
12.00
12.30 Lunch Lunch Photo Lunch Lunch
1.00 Lunch
1.30
2.00 Badges and Safety Lecture P1 S2 P2 S3
2.30
3.00 L3
3.30
4.00 Tour of TRIUMF
4.30
5.00
5.30 S1
6.00        
6.30  
7.00  
7.30  
8.00  
8.30  
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
15-Aug 16-Aug 17-Aug 18-Aug 19-Aug
9:00 T5 T6 T7 T8 T9
9.30
10.00 L12 L14 L16
L16 FuF
problem solution
L18 L20
10.30
11.00 Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee Coffee
11.30 L13 L15 L17 L19 Discussion
12.00
12.30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
1.00
1.30
2.00 P3 P4 P5 P6 Departure
2.30
3.00
3.30
4.00
4.30
5.00
5.30
6.00       S4
6.30  
7.00  
7.30  
8.00  
8.30  

 

Definitions of muSR data

M15 Practical session

M9 Practical session

P = Practical session (lab)
How to build your own spectrometer (P1) Handout
Data analysis workshop (P2) Room 205 Hennings Building, U.B.C. Physics
The other pratical sessions will be run in periods P3 - P6
Magnetic materials, phase transitions
Muonium spectroscopy, muonium kinetics (low field apparatus)
Superconducting materials, penetration depth, vortex lattice.
Organic free radicals, Mu in semiconductors, LCR (HELIOS)
╬▓NMR

 

S = Sponsored Social Events
S1 Reception/BBQ dinner, meet & greet at TRIUMF Hot Spot Cafe & Courtyard
S2 Group activities
S3 Group activities
S4 Banquet at Bistro 101 Vancouver Culinery Institute

 

T = Tutorial
Lecturers will be available to answer questions

 

Lecture Topic Lecturer
L1 Overview Andrew MacFarlane
L2 Principles of muSR Jess Brewer
L3 History Jess Brewer
L4 Magnetic Resonance Theory I Paul Percival
L5 Practical Aspects of muSR Syd Kreitzman
L6 Applications: Magnetism I Graeme Luke
L7 Relaxation Functions Jess Brewer
L8 Applications: Magnetism II Graeme Luke
L9 Muonium: theory, spectroscopy, formation Paul Percival
L10 Chemical Kinetics Paul Percival
L11 Applications: Semiconductors Kim Chow
L12 Superconductivity I Jeff Sonier
L13 Free Radicals Iain McKenzie
L14 Superconductivity II Jeff Sonier
L15 Introduction to beta-NMR Rob Kiefl
L16
L16solution
Magnetic Resonance Theory II Syd Kreitzman
L17 Applications: Surfaces and Interfaces Rob Kiefl
L18 Complementary techniques Yasutomo Uemura
L19 Applications: Soft Matter Iain McKenzie
L20 Current Issues Andrew MacFarlane