Science & Innovation with Neutrons in Europe in 2020
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.
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
SYNERGI 2018 hosted by SINE2020 will demystify analytical Research Infrastructures (RIs) for industry in the field of engineering, energy- and microtechnology and build with us a future vision of how RIs could be better integrated into the regional and European innovation processes. read more
Education and Training within the SINE2020 networking activities has the mission of enhancing the preparation for new generations of future users of European neutron and muon facilities.
The second call for the second half of the SINE2020 project is launched now, and refers to the period of 1 January 2018 – 30 September 2019. read more
Standard and Guidelines for data treatment software defined as first deliverable in WP10 with the purpose of fostering cross facility collaboration and enabling external contributions. read more
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. read more
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. read more