We are glad to send you the first Inside SINE2020 e-newsletter! SINE2020, world-class Science and Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020, is a consortium of 18 partner institutions from 12 countries. News and information about the project activities and achievements, as well as relevant events, will be sent out every 2-3 months in the newsletter.
The first issue brings you the following news:
- Registration to the SINE2020 General Assembly is open
- New MSGC to be produced within the SINE2020 Detectors collaboration
- The ESS View on SasView
- Workshop I of the SINE2020 WP on Data Treatment
- Job offer: Postdoc in Biology, Biochemistry or Biophysics
- How neutrons can be useful for industry
- REMINDER: FREE analysis of materials for industry at neutron research facilities
- Keep up to date with the neutron world: follow us, neutronsources.org and the ESFRI report
Enjoy your reading!
The SINE2020 Coordination Team
Don't forget to register for the SINE2020 General Assembly
The SINE2020 GA will be held at the University of Coimbra in Portugal. Please don’t forget to register.
New MicroStrip Gas Chamber to be produced within the SINE2020 Detectors collaboration
Bruno Guerard from ILL told us the plan to develop a Helium-3 based MicroStrip Gas Chamber (MSGC) neutron detector with a novel 2D readout.
The ESS View on SasView
Poster presentation at the DanScatt meeting on Small Angle Scattering data analysis within the SINE2020 project.
Workshop I of the SINE2020 WP on Data Treatment
Fruitful discussions were held by 26 WP members who met at PSI in April to present the software programs the WP will focus on.
Job offer: Postdoc in Biology, Biochemistry or Biophysics
Position available at the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science in Garching near Munich, within the framework of the SINE2020 activity on Crystal Growth.
How neutrons can be useful for industry
Flyers with examples that illustrate how neutron scattering can be useful for industry in various fields are available on our website. Please disseminate to potential users from industry!
REMINDER: FREE analysis of materials for industry at neutron research facilities
SINE2020 offers consultation and free neutron scattering measurements to industry. Strengthen your R&D potential with us by submitting your proposal by June 30. Please spread the word!
Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
We've changed the NMI3 profile logo and name to accommodate posts from SINE2020. You will also see some posts from Neutronsources.org on those pages as well as on @NeutronSources. Here are the links for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn! Follow us!
New content on Neutronsources.org
Thanks to the world's neutron sources press officers, HR and scientists there is new content on the website every week, such as news, jobs, events, and proposal submission deadlines. We also list the content in the neutron mailing list and post it on Twitter.
ESFRI report alerts to risks of shutting down neutron facilities in Europe
Projection foresees major instantaneous reduction in neutron instruments available to Europe’s scientists once ILL shuts down.