### Educational Resources related to Neutron Scattering

**• Lectures given by Prof. Roger Pynn at National Neutron Schools**

The Application of Neutron Scattering |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | |

Basic Introduction to Small Angle Scattering |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | |

Magnetic Scattering |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | |

Neutron Reflectometry |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | |

A Introduction to SESAME |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) |

**• Neutron Physics and Neutron Scattering**

Provided by Department of Physics, Indiana University Bloomington.©

Theory of Neutron Scattering 1 |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Theory of Neutron Scattering 2 |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Scattering Theory |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Neutron Scattering Theory (Optical treatment II) |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Neutron Optics and Neutron Interferometry I |
Prof. Helmut Kaiser | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Optics and Neutron Interferometry II |
Prof. Helmut Kaiser | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Diffraction |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Small Angle Neutron Scattering |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Surface Reflections |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Inelastic Scattering |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Deep Inelastic Scattering Studies |
Prof. Paul Sokol | Lecture Video | |

Magnetic Properties of the Neutron |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Polarized Neutrons |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Spin Echo I |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Spin Echo II |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Spin Echo: Probing Dynamics in Complex Fluids |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | |

Neutron Motion in Magnetic Fields I |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Neutron Motion in Magnetic Fields II |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Spin Echo (Classically and Quantum Mechanically) |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Ultracold Neutrons Physics |
Prof. Chen-yu Liu | Lecture Video | |

Neutron Sources and Moderators |
Prof. David Baxter | Notes (PowerPoint) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Production |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | Lecture Video |

Neutron Scattering Instrumentation |
Prof. Roger Pynn | Notes (PDF) | |

Phase Space Density for Neutrons |
Prof. Mike Snow | ||

Strong Interactions of Neutrons |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Electromagnetic & Gravitational Interactions of Neutrons |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Weak Interactions of the Neutron |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Neutrons and Big Bang Cosmology |
Prof. Mike Snow | Lecture Video | |

Neutron Scattering From Complex Fluids and Biosystems |
Prof. Dobrin Bossev | Lecture Video |

(Please note that the video files are about 600 MB each)

INSIS is a new international school aimed at providing a comprehensive training in the fundamental concepts of instrumentation for neutron scattering experiments.

The school is aimed at PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and early career scientists who wish to be involved in the design and development of novel instrumentation and components at present and future neutron sources. The course will provide basic and advanced lectures, simulation activities and tutorials about neutron scattering instrumentation.

INSIS is partially supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the European NMI3. Partial financial funding is available to support the participation of students from U. S. academic institutions.• Quick Link to INSIS Homepage

• INSIS Lecture Notes and Video Download Webpage

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A graduate distance-learning course provided by the Neutron Science Directorate (NScD) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). This course provides a solid introduction to the use of neutron scattering as a probe of material structure and dynamics.

For detailed information, please visit the Neutron Scattering in Quantum Condensed Matter Physics course Website.

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