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MAUD school in Trento, 3-7 September 2018

The MAUD school in Trento has opened the web page and registration, check it out. MAUD 2018 school web page The tentative program is available for download here. Main focus will be Phase and Chemical Quantitative Analysis using combined XRD

Maud in the past

Received by Evgeny searching about MAUD: Here is about the history of the atomic bomb: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAUD_Committee http://www.atomicarchive.com/Docs/Begin/MAUD.shtml https://www.atomicheritage.org/history/britains-early-input-1940-41 http://fissilematerials.org/library/maud.pdf The MAUD Committee (not yet named) first met on April 10, 1940 to consider Britain’s actions regarding the recent discovery of

New version 2.80

Version 2.80 is available for download now. Minor bugs fixing on esg datafiles import to ensure compatibility with old formats. Added a title field to the main window where you can put some comments on the analysis to keep memory.

New version 2.79

Fixed the Hippo wizard! Revised image import for TIFF images to simplify loading, calibrating and slicing.

New version 2.78

Fixed an issue using an interpolated background with intensity calibration. Implemented the proper asymmetry function for X-ray fluorescence. Proceed to the download page.

New version 2.76

A new version, 2.76, as been uploaded. Especially if you are using version2.74, you are strongly advised to update to get a more bugs corrected version. From the notes: 2.76: Now if you have the “default.par” file messed up (the

Maud version 2.75

New version with some minor updates. Strongly advised for Mac OS users who downloaded version 2.74 and may have encountered problems. That was due to a cctbx library that is still a work in progress. You can also fix the

Maud on Twitter

As there are some people who are not able to reach these pages from the workplace (due to the 8080 port), I created a twitter account for Maud with a link to a Dropbox folder with all the latest installers

New Maud version 2.74

There is a new version of Maud available for download. This is the version that will be used at the 2017 Maud school in Caen. Who is attending the school is encouraged to download and use this version. It is

ICDD spring meeting (updated)

Nest week I will have a keynote at the ICDD Spring Meeting in Philadelphia (Tuesday, 14 March 2017) about the Full Pattern Search Match (FPSM) and the new XRD-XRF combined analysis in Maud. The link is ICDD Spring Meeting, check

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