This month's issue of the Inside NMI3 e-newsletter brings you the following news:
- SINE2020 – New neutron project approved by the European Commission
- Final NMI3-II General Assembly and SINE2020 kick-off meeting
- BNC: Call for proposals – deadline May 31
- Dates announced for the MATRAC school
- New profile on “Women in Science”: Kirrily Rule
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
SINE2020 – New neutron project approved by the European Commission
A new neutron project that will start in October 2015 and last for four years has recently been accepted for funding under the European Commission HORIZON 2020 framework.
Final NMI3-II General Assembly and SINE2020 kick-off meeting
You can now register for the meeting to be held in Copenhagen on October 14-16.
BNC: Call for proposals – deadline May 31
The deadline to submit proposals for experiments at the Budapest Neutron Centre has been extended to May 31. Users may receive support from the NMI3 Access Programme.
Dates announced for the MATRAC school
You can receive NMI3 support to learn about Application of Neutrons and Synchrotron Radiation in Engineering Materials Science on September 21-25 near Hamburg.
New profile on “Women in Science”: Kirrily Rule
Kirrily Rule is an Instrument Scientist at the Bragg Institute in Australia. Get to know about the career steps she took until her current position.