During a 24-hour workshop from lunch to lunch, academia and industry from the Nordic and Baltic countries working within the field will work together regarding topics related to the two engineering and imaging instruments at ESS; ODIN and BEER.
The User Meeting programme foresees ten keynote speakers on future directions in neutron science, as well as reports on recent achievements and ongoing work at ILL and ESS. There will be ‘focus sessions’ in the User Meeting to highlight several key techniques while satellite workshop events, in parallel with the User Meeting, will allow participants to delve deeper into specific areas of neutron science.
The Swedish Research Council has been mandated by the Swedish Government to work towards ensuring Swedish researchers participate to a greater degree in the construction and development of research infrastructure, and towards making research infrastructure more accessible and more used by the business and public sectors. Type of call Research infrastructure support Subject area Research […]
MAX4ESSFUN are organizing a one week summer school on the topic neutrons and x-rays in biomedical sciences in Mölle, Sweden between June 4-8, 2018. The summer school will host up to 40 participants from the Öresund-Kattegatt-Skagerack region. There will be a mix of lectures and exercises, offering ample time for reflection and learning, and discussions with the […]
The Swedish Government just presented a national strategy with the overall objectives for the Swedish participation in and hosting of the international European Spallation Source (ESS) research facility, currently under construction outside of Lund. The government’s premise is that the ESS is a unique opportunity for Sweden as a knowledge nation, which is also strengthened […]
In this call notice, Vinnova announces their financial support for pilot projects that build expertise on industrial utilization of advanced experimental environments similar to those developed at MAX IV and ESS in Lund. The work in the project will be verified of how neutron or photo technique is suitable for meeting a company’s problems or development needs.
The Swedish Research Council invites Swedish universities to send in their notice of interest for future in-kind contributions to the ESS. For more information and instructions, see the PDF document below or click this link (in Swedish only). The deadline for submitting your proposal is 20 May 2018.