SCAMs@bristol is an academic research group based at the Centre for Computational Chemistry, within the School of Chemistry, at the University of Bristol. SCAMs@bristol is led by Andrew R. McCluskey, a lecturer in the School of Chemistry, and visiting scientist at Diamond Light Source and the European Spallation Source’s Data Management and Software Centre.
Research in the SCAMs@bristol group focuses on developing physics-informed analysis methods for chemical data. We work closely with national and international neutron and x-ray scattering facilitie to develop analysis approaches that maximise the information obtained from a scattering experiment.
We are also keen to collaborate on chemical data analysis projects outside of the scattering domain, so please feel free to get in touch.