Research centres worldwide use muons as probes to investigate properties of a diverse range of materials (source: Jeff E. Sonier).
TRIUMF Centre for Molecular and Materials Science at TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada
J-PARC in Tsukuba, Japan.
Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI), Villigen, Switzerland
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), Didcot, Oxfordshire, UK
MuSIC muon centre at the Research Centre for Nuclear Physics, Osaka, Japan.
(N.B: please use Chrome for the automatic google translation plugin when navigating the MuSIC webpage)
The term NOBUGS is a shorthand for New Opportunities for Better User Group Software. The aim of NOBUGS is to foster the collaboration between IT professionals working for X-ray, muon and neutron facilities. The intended benefit of this collaboration is better data acquisition and analysis software which helps user to get the most out of their experiments at such expensive facilities. The activities of the NOBUGS group are supervised by an international advisory committee.
The activities of the NOBUGS group include but are not limited to: