Martin Böhm is the new SINE2020 Coordinator
Inês Crespo, 27/09/2019
Martin Böhm in Portugal after the SINE2020 Meeting 2016.
After the SINE2020 General Assembly , all our board members unanimously appointed Martin Böhm as the next Project Coordinator.
Martin has been working on neutron scattering for twenty years now. He was instrument scientist at the cold Three-Axis Spectrometer IN14 at the Institute Laue-Langevin (ILL, France) since 2004. In 2010 he became project leader of the instrument project ThALES, and was interim Head of TAS group from October 2015 till June 2016.
Martin takes over from Mark Johnson, as he will become the next UK Associate Director at ILL.
We wish him a good time with SINE2020!
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