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 It is essential that researchers are trained in all of the above, so that they may be in a position to fully exploit the current and future spectroscopic instrumentation that is available to support their research programmes. Researchers also need to understand spectral modelling codes such as CHIANTI and CLOUDY, so that they use these appropriately and not as simple ‘black boxes’.  ​ It is essential that researchers are trained in all of the above, so that they may be in a position to fully exploit the current and future spectroscopic instrumentation that is available to support their research programmes. Researchers also need to understand spectral modelling codes such as CHIANTI and CLOUDY, so that they use these appropriately and not as simple ‘black boxes’.  ​
  
-The STFC Introductory Summer School is designed to play a vital role in the early training of both PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in astrophysicists ​by providing: ​+The STFC Introductory Summer School is designed to play a vital role in the early training of both PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in astrophysics ​by providing: ​
  
   * an introduction to the atomic processes of importance in different types of astronomical sources;   * an introduction to the atomic processes of importance in different types of astronomical sources;
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