- Low temperature at high presssure (correlated electron systems, molecular systems)
- High temperature at high pressure (geophysical applications, sample synthesis, high PT chemistry)
- Ultra high pressure ~ 50 GPa (fundamental physics, chemistry)
- Diffraction techniques development (PDF, single-crystals, long-wavelength diffraction...)
In addition to technique developments, the IDT has a mission to raise the profile of the SNAP instrument (and the broader neutron resources) within the high-pressure community. Our strategy to achieve this is through promotion of the new capabilities and science that has been achieved.