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MCPL: a new format that simplifies data interchange between applications

MCPL: a new format that simplifies data interchange between applications

13/12/2016

A team launched the first version of Monte Carlo Particle Lists. This new, open source format makes it simpler to interchange particle-state information data between popular Monte Carlo simulation packages, making the work of developers more efficient. read more

Improving the fitting in Mantid for neutron and muon data

Improving the fitting in Mantid for neutron and muon data

05/12/2016

A team is working on improving the fitting of neutron and muon data in Mantid. They developed a framework for comparing fitting minimizers targeted to serve Mantid users, but whose results are transferrable to other neutron and muon data treatment software. read more

Neutrons on the e-EPS

Neutrons on the e-EPS

24/11/2016

Neutron scattering and SINE2020 feature in the European Physical Society newsletter.
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Release of SasView 4.0.1

Release of SasView 4.0.1

23/11/2016

SasView is a Small Angle Scattering Analysis Software Package. A new version has been released. This work is part of the SINE2020 Data Treatment Software WP. read more

What if neutron scattering uses the same type of detectors used to look into space?

What if neutron scattering uses the same type of detectors used to look into space?

11/11/2016

A SINE2020 team is working on developing Resistive Plate Chambers for neutron detectors. read more

Funding available for Neutron and Muon Advanced Schools

Funding available for Neutron and Muon Advanced Schools

02/11/2016

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. read more


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