All project members have been very active helping advance the neutron world, so here is one more edition of our Inside SINE2020 newsletter to summarise the latest activities:
- Deuteration User Survey
- 40 participants met in Lund to discuss the SINE2020 Sample Environment collaboration
- Boosting innovation with neutrons and new call
- Schools: Registrations open for CETS2017 and MATRAC2 video
- Neutrons for science and technology: second edition of the ENSA Brochure
On a personal note, this is the last newsletter that I am sending to you, as I will take up a new job soon. We are working on finding someone to replace me soon, so that the SINE2020 work can be promoted. It has been a pleasure to work with you all!
Deuteration User Survey
Help us increase the availability of complex deuterated molecules to European neutron scatterers by telling us your demands through our survey.
40 participants met in Lund to discuss the SINE2020 Sample Environment collaboration
The SINE2020 work-package on Sample Environment met on January 25-26 in Lund to present and discuss updates on the WP tasks.
Boosting innovation with neutrons
SINE2020’s Industry Consultancy programme demonstrates the potential of neutron technology to European companies. As part of its drive to encourage industrial users to exploit the unique properties of neutron beams for R&D, SINE2020 can arrange for test measurements and feasibility studies to be performed free of charge at European neutron research facilities.
NOW opening: FREE analysis of your material or device at European neutron research facilities
European Industrial companies can apply for free neutron experiments at Europe's neutron sources by June 30.
Registrations open for CETS2017
Learn about neutron scattering and how you can benefit from using neutrons on 8 – 12 May 2017 at the 11th Central European Training School on neutron techniques in Budapest. Apply by April 2.
Interviews with students of the MATRAC2 school
The MATRAC school, with focus on application of Neutrons and Synchrotron Radiation in Materials Science, took place from February 27 to March 3, 2017 in Utting/Ammersee (near Munich) and at the FRM II in Garching/Munich. In the video, two of the students tell us about the benefits of taking part.
Neutrons for science and technology: second edition of the ENSA Brochure
A second, more complete, version of the brochure “Neutrons for science and technology” by ENSA is now published.