The beginning of Autumn brought with it a number of activities and publications and, most important, on October 1st we celebrated SINE2020's first anniversary (see video below).
To take stock of the project's activities, our fourth Inside SINE2020 e-newsletter puts the following news together:
- Funding available for Neutron and Muon Advanced Schools
- Industry: reminder brochure and call for proposals
- NEW VIDEO: 1 Year of SINE2020
- Picture Competition
- New Management team at ILL as of October 1, 2016
- New Interactive Brochure: NMI3 – A successful European collaboration for science
We hope you enjoy your reading!
Wish you a nice Autumn,
The SINE2020 coordination team
Funding available for Neutron and Muon Advanced Schools
SINE2020 will financially support a number of Neutron and Muon Advanced Schools. The call for proposals is open and the deadline is 30 November 2016.
Have you read our Industry brochure yet?
The Industry Consultancy WP has published a brochure to tell industrial companies how to “Boost their innovation process with advanced analytical techniques at European neutron sources”. Have a look and if you'd like to distribute some copies, feel free to contact us!
REMINDER: Open call for free industrial test measurements
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.
NEW VIDEO: 1 Year of SINE2020
SINE2020 celebrated its 1 year anniversary on October 1st. This video shows what we have been up to. (TIP: it's nicer with sound!)
Picture Competition: the deadline is TODAY
Send us your SINE2020 pictures and win Amazon voucher and t-shirts! The deadline is TODAY.
New Management team at ILL as of October 1, 2016
Helmut Schober became the new ILL Director, Mark Johnson the new Science Director and British Associate Director, and Alexandre Durand the new Head of Administration.
New Interactive Brochure: NMI3 – A successful European collaboration for science
This interactive brochure illustrates the contribution of the Neutron and Muon consortium to advancing science in 2012-2016. It focuses on the impact of the NMI3 activities on both science and society.