NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device
at neutron research facilities: apply here by Jan 21th 2017!
Probing matter with neutrons is non-destructive!
SINE2020 Industry, 28/09/2016
You don’t know what neutrons are capable of? You can visit our homepage or simply contact us! Neutrons can reveal hydrogen easily while penetrating through several centimetres of metal. Neutrons can also reveal atomic ordering of matter in situ. More at http://sine2020.eu/industry.html.
The SINE2020 project offers the opportunity to use Europe’s leading neutron facilities for your company's R&D. Call for applications is open. This offer is relevant for all companies within the following industries:
- Chemicals industry (e.g. surfactants, catalysts, polymers, foams, fibers, textiles)
- Materials & components (e.g. metallurgy, magnetic materials, nanomaterials, construction materials, composites, semiconductors)
- Environment and Energy (e.g. fuel cells, batteries, solar cells, hydrogen storage, biomass processing, composition of soils, oil and gas)
- Pharmacology, Life Sciences (e.g. vectorisation, drug molecule binding sites, thin films, membranes)
A feasibility study, which we offer for free, includes the following:
- Consultancy via SINE2020 Liaison Officers with local experts.
- Support in the preparation and performance of experiments at the research facility.
- Assistance with data analysis and result interpretation.
The deadline for proposals is Jan 21th. Incoming proposals will be evaluated continuously and the decision about feasibility of the measurements and the appropriate facility will be announced within two to four weeks after the proposal is received. Do not hesitate to contact us for any question!
To apply for free test measurements please fill in the form on our website .
SINE2020 funds metallurgy, surfactants, microelectronics, and fuel cells experiments
A number of companies have already benefited from free neutron experiments. To read the report of the first call for industrial experiments, click here .
Q&A: Enhancing cooperation between industry and neutron facilities
Get to know the main points of action, benefits, and challenges of the SINE2020 Industry Activity. Read more.