Following an annual series of informal meetings organized by the ILL and TUM, our goal is to introduce the methods and motivation underlying modern precision experiments with slow neutrons (especially searches for a permanent electric dipole moment). The lectures are deliberately pedagogically focused, and intended to fill conceptual gaps that are not normally covered in classroom instruction or formal laboratory education. Students and researchers at all levels, including those in totally separate or "aligned" research areas, are encouraged to attend and actively participate.
Following each lecture, a recording is posted together with the presentation materials (accessible via the timetable page, or the contribution list). These are intended to remain available for future reference.
Please contact the organizers with any questions or suggestions.