Blogging a crystal structure a day in 2014


Author: Andrew Studer

Andrew Studer is an Instrument Scientist at ANSTO. He spent too much of his PhD in the basement of the School of Physics at the University of Sydney, doing time resolved optical measurements of pulsed vacuum arcs. When he joined ANSTO, he started out on the MRPD neutron powder diffractometer at the old HIFAR reactor. During the HIFAR days he reconfigured the triple axis instrument at HIFAR as a residual stress instrument. He then went on to complete MRPD's successor, the Wombat instrument at OPAL. If you can throw a neutron at it, he's probably interested in it.