The µSR conference is an international event providing a platform for researchers from across the world to discuss advances made in the applications of μSR in a wide range of topics, including (but not limited to) materials and molecular sciences, condensed matter physics, chemistry and biology. The conference consists of a series of poster presentations, abstracts and interactive panels.
The long-delayed MuSR2020 conference was held from 29 August – 2 September in Parma, Italy. The meeting was jointly organised by muon groups at Parma University (under the coordination of the Yamazaki prize-winner, Prof Roberto De Renzi) and ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, UK.
The event included a student day with a new format, giving students the opportunity to talk about their PhD research and their use of muon spectroscopy.
More information is available on the MuSR2020 website.