Sample Environment: interview with the coordinator
Eddy Lelièvre-Berna tells about the Sample Environment WP, which aims to improve the environment surrounding samples on neutron and muon experiments, to improve data statistics and opening new fields of science.
NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device at neutron research facilities
Please spread the word! Industrial companies can apply for free experiments at neutron research facilities. The deadline is Jan 21th 2017. Probing matter with neutrons is non-destructive. Feel free to contact us for further information.
SINE2020 funds metallurgy, surfactants, microelectronics, and fuel cells experiments
After the first call for industrial experiments, five companies will benefit from free neutron test measurements for their R&D activities. Would you like to use neutrons for advanced characterization of your material or component, for free? You’re still in time!
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.
Apply to the Berlin School on Neutron Scattering by October 15
Learn neutron scattering on 2 – 10 March 2017 at the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin. SINE2020 supports travel costs.
26 students attended the Italian Learning Days School
The Italian Society of Neutron Spectroscopy organised the Giornate Didattiche School on June 12-20, 2016. Students were given an introduction to neutron techniques for condensed matter studies, with applications to Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Earth sciences.
Martin Böhm is the new SINE2020 Coordinator
We welcome Martin Böhm from the Institute Laue-Langevin as new SINE2020 Coordinator.
95 scientists met in Coimbra for our General Assembly
Sunshine, bacalhau, UNESCO heritage, and interesting scientific discussions all came together at the SINE2020 General Assembly held at the University of Coimbra on September 7-8.
Project administrators met EC auditors to help secure eligibility of H2020 funding
Financial and administrative staff from the BrightnESS and SINE2020 projects met on June 27 and 28 in Lund to exchange best practices and tools on how to best implement and manage both research projects.