What is McStas?
McStas is a general tool for simulating neutron scattering instruments and experiments. It is actively supported by DTU Physics, NBI KU, ESS, PSI and ILL . Simulated scattering from a hollow-cylinder vanadium sample.
What are the McStas Union components?
Abstract: The McStas Union components is a set of components that are used in together to describe complex parts of neutron instruments where multiple scattering can be an important aspect. The user will describe scattering properties in a modular fashion to describe materials.
What is mcstasscript and how to use it?
Abstract: As python has become the main language for scientific software, it was decided to introduce a python interface to McStas called McStasScript. Using McStasScript a user can describe an instrument, perform simulations and analyze the data directly from a python script.
Who gave the talk at the MLZ virtual McStas seminar?
Mads Bertelsen and Peter Willendrup gave 3 talks at an MLZ Virtual McStas Seminar last week, arranged by Peter Link MLZ. The videos are available on YouTube: