Science & Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020
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SINE2020, world-class Science and Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020, is a consortium of 18 partner institutions from 12 countries. It is funded by the European Union through the H2020 programme. Read more.
SAVE THE DATE: July 7th – 15th, 2018
Interactive activities from 11 cutting-edge research facilities (ERF-AISBL) exploring the frontiers of physics on Earth and space. Using a range of interactive tools, we aim to enrich the Science and the City Festival in Toulouse with fun insights into physicists’ research to better understand the world around and above us. read more
The focus of the 2nd workshop, which took place at the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) in April 24-25, 2017, was the first deliverable on guidelines and standards. Despite this rather technical topic, the number of participants exceeded the anticipations with 61 participants and with many external and potentials users. read more
You cannot solve your problem with conventional lab equipment? From 8 to 9 March 2018, SYNERGI 2018 will bring together industrial researchers and scientists from large-scale facilities at the NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam. These unique facilities offer a deep insight into materials of all types. read more
With the kick-off event in 1999, the first European collaboration between neutron scattering facilities, was founded with the intension of developing sample environment equipment (e.g cryogenic systems, furnaces and high-pressure devices), established. read more
Neutron News Vol. 28 , Iss. 3,2017
Europe for Neutrons—Neutrons for Europe… SINE2020
Jonathan Taylor (group leader for instrument data and acting head of the data-management and software centre at the European Spallation Source) reviews the data-management challenges facing neutron sources and other large-scale research facilities as they strive to maximize the scientific and economic impact of their work read more