The first cyber enabled collaborative graduate course was launched in Fall semester 2012. It addresses the topic of neutron scattering in quantum condensed matter physics with contributions from ORNL scientists and prominent professors from Johns Hopkins University, MIT, University of Indiana, University of Virginia, University of California, San Diego and the University of Tennessee. The course has been a great success and attracted more than 150 registrants worldwide. Registration remains open and recorded lectures are available online even though the live-transmitted lectures finished in early December 2012.
Course Outline and Syllabus
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All lecture sessions are recorded and made freely available via streaming from the QCMP course resources page, which also contains various other materials associated with the course. To access these materials, all you need to do is fill out a registration via the link below to get password access to the resources page. Once you have received a password from the course coordinator you can enter the resources page via the login button, located at the bottom of this page. Note that registration is free of charge, but registered learners will not receive credits from the course unless they have separately enrolled officially within the graduate programs at the participating universities (currently represented by the contributing lecturers).