In our 13th Inside NMI3 e-newsletter you can find news on:
- A multi-angle light scattering setup
- New video: Neutrons help visualising materials – Imaging JRA
- Report on the Berlin School
- Women in Science
- Calls for Proposals at MLZ and PSI
- Job opening at DTU
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
Improving neutron scattering data quality: a multi-angle light scattering setup
During an experiment the sample might degrade and produce questionable results. In our new video, researchers explain their work on a set up to control the sample quality along time so that false data can be discarded. This work will improve the data quality.
Neutrons help visualising materials: Imaging JRA new video
New imaging methods will offer new possibilities to physicists, material scientists, engineers, palaeontologists, archaeologists, and others, so that they can obtain better information on their objects of study.
The 2014 Berlin School– conversations with participants
The Berlin School on Neutron Scattering is one of the longest running schools and is supported by NMI3. In our new video, participants of the 2014 edition tell about their experience.
There's a new profile on our Women in Science page: Gail Iles
Gail Iles is an Instrument Responsible at HZB and is an award-winning scientist. She told us about her career path, accomplishments, and difficulties.
REMINDER: MLZ – Call for Proposals
Proposals for beamtime at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ) in Garching near Munich will be accepted until the 2nd of May.
PSI-SINQ: call for proposals II/13
Call for proposals for experiments at the Paul Scherrer Institute. NMI3 support is available to cover researchers’ expenses within Europe. The deadline for submission is May 15.
Professor / Professor (with special responsibilities) in Materials Physics at DTU
The Neutrons and X-rays for materials physics (NEXMAP) section at DTU Physics has a job opening out for a position as Professor / Professor (with special responsibilities) in Materials Physics, with emphasis on neutron scattering.