"True Stories told with Neutrons: Research Opportunities at the NIST Center for Neutron Research"

ABSTRACT:

This lecture will provide a short history of the NCNR, one of seven major operating units within the NIST laboratory research program.  The Center is built around a 20-Megawatt Nuclear Reactor with Cold Neutron capabilities. Dr. Dimeo  will discuss how neutrons are used for  measurements in general and will share some of their very unique characteristics. How NCNR functions  as a national User Facility, and scientific applications from different disciplines will be shared as examples. 

Dial-In Information

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Friday, November 6, 2020 at 10:00am to 11:30am

Virtual Event
Event Type

Lectures & Presentations, Research, Discussions

Audience

Faculty & Staff, Students

Topic

Research, Academics

Department
Division of Research & Economic Development, School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences, School of Engineering
Contact Person

Willie E. May

Contact Email

willie.may@morgan.edu

Contact Phone

443-885-4631

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