Simulated scattering from a hollow-cylinder vanadium sample.
|The plot shows the intensity of scattered neutrons (red is
highest intensity). The sample is at the center of the sphere with the
neutron beam coming from the left. Clearly seen is the shadowing effect
of the sample causing a lower intensity opposite the beam. Also seen is
the effect of the non-symmetric geometry of the sample, causing lower intensity
directly above and to the side of the sample.|
An interesting Post Doc position is available within the Neutron Optics and Scientific Computing Group at PSI:
A central part of the position is expanding features of the McStas Union by adding support for reflectivity (and potentially refraction).
Main tasks are:
For more information please refer to the link below or contact Dr. Christine Klauser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We are happy to provide a ready-to-run system with McStas pre-installed. It typically pulls-out an 8-cores computer running at Binder, for free, with both McStas 2.x and 3.x (with MPI multi-core support but no GPU). Perfect for running McStas from anywhere, for training/schools/workshops.
Start it in a single click here:
(Please note that load-time can be a couple of minutes.)
docker run -p 8888:8888 docker.io/mccode/mcstas-2.7.1-3.1:1.0
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