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.
The last year of our four-year SINE2020 project is underway. We want to celebrate the work and achievements of the 12 participating countries by taking a road trip across Europe. Over the next 12 months we will look at how our consortium has paved the way to an efficient, user-friendly European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden; bringing industry, collaboration and innovation onboard en route. read more
The SasView Collaboration is pleased to announce the latest release of its popular SAS data analysis package, SasView 4.2.0.
Read more to download it!
About 40 people met in Soragna, Italy for Workshop III of the SINE2020 Project. This is part of Work Package 10 – Data Treatment Software. Presentations, discussions and collaboration on software such as SaSView, BornAgain, QENS, Mantid were held with the hope that one day Users at neutron sources around Europe can know how to use the software, wherever their experiments are taking place. read more
EARIV (European Analytical Research Infrastructures Village) allows industry to quickly and easily connect with relevant experts and exploit the
most appropriate, state-of-the-art tools.
It is a joint initiative between Horizon 2020 projects that promotes opportunities for industry to engage with European large-scale analytical research infrastructures (ARIs).
This brochure outlines the opportunities and benefits of connecting research centres with industry, from automotive to pharmaceuticals. read more
Free feasability measurements for your material or component has been extended until April 2019. Find out more about it. read more
SINE2020 was represented at the SNI 2018 Conference held at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum in Garching, Germany – the home of FRM II. More than 500 delegates over 3 days (17th – 19th September) attended to share their research on Neutrons, Ion Beams and Synchrotron Radiation. read more