Xenocs User Community Forum is open!
Xenocs is very pleased to announce the opening of its User Forum.
The User Forum is a tool provided by Xenocs to allow users to share experience and ideas, and to ask questions to the community of users and to Xenocs scientists.
Xenocs application scientist Manuel Fernández, in charge of the User Forum moderation, explains: “Our customer base is expanding over the years and Xenocs users are becoming a community. The idea behind the User Forum is to give users of our instruments a common place to share best practices and ask questions. The users can take advantage of the experience of each other to make the most of their Xenocs SAXS/WAXS equipment.”
“The forum is also a preferred channel for our customers to get answers directly from our dedicated application team to questions they may have in relation to their application”, Xenocs Application team manager Sandra Desvergne says.
Dedicated to Xenocs customers only, the forum is hosted and moderated by Xenocs in the secured webpages of Xenocs website. It offers a framework to post contributions on a wide range of themes, ranging from scientific topics to more technical questions such as the SAXS/WAXS/GISAXS technique used, sample environments or software. Users are encouraged to propose new themes to talk or discuss about in a theme proposal section.
To access the User Forum, simply go to http://www.xenocs.com/en/customers/access/, and click on ‘Ask for an account’ or ‘Sign in’ if you have already registered.
Looking forward to reading you in the User Forum!
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