EasySpin Academy, Aug 26-28 2019, Seattle

Dear EPR community,

We are excited to announce EasySpin Academy 2019, a 2.5-day workshop for EasySpin, a MATLAB-based software toolbox for simulating and fitting Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectra – see http://easyspin.org.

The workshop will be held at the University of Washington in Seattle. It starts on Monday Aug 26 at 6 pm and ends on Wednesday Aug 28 in the evening. Instructors include Stefan Stoll (creator of EasySpin), Stephan Pribitzer (active developer), and others.

The workshop is open to everyone. Some experience with EPR spectroscopy is required, but no prior experience with either MATLAB or EasySpin are expected. We will be able to accommodate both beginners and users with EasySpin experience.

This workshop is a unique opportunity to learn directly from the core developers of EasySpin, to interact with other EPR researchers, to discuss your EPR simulation projects and needs with EasySpin developers, and to provide feedback about desired features for future releases of EasySpin.

For the workshop, bring your own laptop with MATLAB pre-installed. If you do not have access to a licensed copy of MATLAB, you can download a 30-day trial from http://mathworks.com.

The registration fee is $295 and covers three nights in on-campus double-occupancy dorm rooms (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday) and all meals during the workshop.

To register, please visit http://easyspin.org/academy. After registration, you will received an email with details about the payment. The registration deadline is July 25.

There are only a limited number of slots available, and they will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Best regards

Stefan Stoll

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