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UBC 349449 Nov 5,2013 Title. Name and Affiliation. sometimes an interesting picture or photo helps. Acknowledgements (can also be at the end) List of Collaborators UBC: J. Brewer and T. Keeler U. of Alberta : K.H. Chow Research Supported by e.g. NSERC, BC Cancer , CFI CIAR etc.

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UBC 349449 Nov 5,2013

Title

Name and Affiliation.

sometimes an interesting picture or photo

helps

Acknowledgements (can also be at the end)

List of Collaborators

UBC: J. Brewer and T. Keeler

U. of Alberta: K.H. Chow

Research Supported by

e.g. NSERC, BC Cancer , CFI CIAR etc

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FNAL, Project X 2012

Condensed Matter Physics at a next Generation Muon Source

R.F. Kiefl, University of British Columbia

Photo: TRIUMF

outline
Outline
  • Background and Scientific Motivation
  • Theory and/or Basic principles
  • Detailed Description of Experiment or Calculation and Methodology
  • Resources necessary
  • Summary

Use font between 20 and 28.

background and scientific motivation
Background and Scientific Motivation
  • give an overview of the area of physics of your project.
  • describe your project and how it fits into the bigger picture.
  • what is the scientific impact if you are successful
basic theory and or principles
Basic Theory and/or Principles
  • explain any basic theory or principle needed for the experiment and/or calculation. Know the level of your audience. It is better to under estimate that level. Avoid jargon that only experts in your field would know. In this case the talk should be at a level that your fellow students can understand. This is a broad audience.
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Use pictures and avoid lengthy equations as much as possible. Every picture should have a title

8Li 8Be + e- + ne

Spin=2, Q=33 mb

g =6.3 MHz/T

<A>=-1/3 t= 1.2s

q

N(E)

E

13 MeV

Figures should dominate the slide at the expense of text.

Make notes but never read them.

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8Li

Schematic of a beta-NMR experiment

Backward Detector

large static magnetic field H0

Forward Detector

low energy

polarized RIB

sample

Small RF magnetic field

H1cos(ωt)

Scale goes here

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What does the data look like and what information

can you get from it

H=0.3T

T=150K

212 ppm

120 ppm

H=3T

T=150K

details of the experiment calculation
Details of the Experiment/Calculation
  • detailed description of apparatus: e.g. polarized beam, specifications for magnet and cryostat.
  • sample preparation and characterization
  • block diagram of the electronics
  • flow chart for a computer code
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Summary of Resources Needed

  • Purchases of equipment and supplied along with estimated delivery dates
  • Use of facilities e.g 5 days on AMPEL SQUID magnetometer. or 3 days on UBC small animal PET scanner.
  • Computational needs; e.g. 100 hours of CPU on a high performance computer.
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Summary

  • Give a short summary of what you are proposing
  • to do and the scientific impact. This should be
  • you last slide. Let the chair direct the question
  • period. Don’t put up a slide saying “questions”!