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  • From: Stefaan Cottenier <Stefaan.Cottenier AT UGent.be>
  • To: Stefaan Cottenier <Stefaan.Cottenier AT UGent.be>
  • Subject: [Mix] free online course on hyperfine interactions (2020 edition)
  • Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2020 12:54:05 +0000
  • Accept-language: nl-BE, en-US

(some might receive this message via multiple lists -- apologies for this
cross-posting, it will happen at most once a year)

On 12 February 2020, a new edition of http://www.hyperfinecourse.org will
start. It is a free open online course about the physics of hyperfine
interactions and experimental methods based thereupon. You can take this
course self-paced at any time of the year, or - if you start on Feb 12 or
before - you can take it in sync with students at Ghent University. In the
latter case, you can ask questions and get feedback just as these students do.

The course is scheduled for 12 weeks, and requires about 5 hours of work per
week. Emphasis is on conceptual understanding, less on mathematical
derivations. The level is advanced bachelor or (early) master. A general
science background at bachelor level is the expected entry level.

This is the list of topics covered:

the nucleus
the physics framework (classical/quantum)
electric monopole shift
magnetic hyperfine interaction
electric quadrupole interaction
+++
laser spectroscopy
Mössbauer spectroscopy
synchrotron radiation methods
nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR, a.k.a. MRI)
nuclear quadrupole resonance (NQR)
ENDOR (Electron Nuclear DOuble Resonance)
electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR)
low-temperature nuclear orientation (LTNO)
NMR on oriented nuclei (NMR/ON)
perturbed angular correlation spectroscopy (PAC)

Students get every week a set of videos, with associated tasks. Reports are
submitted 24 hours before the weekly feedback webinar. During this weekly
webinar, common problems encountered in the tasks are discussed, and
questions raised by students during the past week are addressed. The webinars
are livestreamed and recorded for later use.

If you want to offer this course as a formal course to students at your
place, please get in touch and we’ll see how this can be organized.

Feel free to have a look at http://www.hyperfinecourse.org. A short
registration is required (temporarily or permanent, as you wish), after which
you have access to all material.

You receive this one-time email because you are known to be interested in
hyperfine interactions, or because you have been previously registered as a
student in this course.

Yours sincerely,
Stefaan Cottenier
Ghent University
Belgium

--
Stefaan Cottenier
Department of Electrical Energy, Metals, Mechanical Constructions and Systems
&
Center for Molecular Modeling (CMM)
Ghent University
Tech Lane Ghent Science Park – Campus A
Technologiepark-Zwijnaarde 46
BE-9052 Zwijnaarde
Belgium

check my MOOCs:
http://www.hyperfinecourse.org
http://www.compmatphys.org

my conference talks on Youtube: http://goo.gl/P2b1Hs
for China: http://i.youku.com/cottenierlectures

http://molmod.ugent.be
http://www.ugent.be/ea/dmse/en
email: stefaan.cottenier AT ugent.be<mailto:stefaan.cottenier AT ugent.be>



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