On our 27th Inside NMI3 e-newsletter you can find the following news:
- The Pristerodon
- How to probe tiny samples?
- New type of radiofrequency spin flippers for Neutron Resonance Spin Echo
- Events: JDN23 and NMI3 General Assembly
- Jobs at Uni. Parma and PSI
- List of Open Access Journals on Neutronsources.org
We hope you enjoy your reading!
Wish you a continuation of a good summer,
The NMI3 coordination team
Neutrons show that 260 million years ago the Pristerodon could already hear airborne sound
Neutron tomography experiments revealed that forerunners of mammals were already able to hear airborne sound thanks to an eardrum at the lower jaw, an impedance matching middle ear and a small cochlea.
How to probe tiny samples? Insights into the production of micron-sized cold neutron beams
The NMI3 Imaging JRA discusses how to produce smaller beams. They conclude that reflective optics offers the most versatile way to produce them.
New type of radiofrequency spin flippers for Neutron Resonance Spin Echo
The Advanced Methods and Techniques JRA has developed a new type of RFSF to enhance NRSE spectrometers.
The JDN23 school is open for registration
This year there will be a workshop on neutron imaging. The deadline for submission of abstracts is September 6.
New in the agenda of the NMI3 General Assembly: board meeting on Wednesday
In October in Copenhagen there will be an additional board meeting on Wednesday 17:00 – 18:30.
Win a t-shirt at the NMI3 stand at ECNS!
Visit the NMI3 stand at the VI European Conference on Neutron Scattering (ECNS) and play funny games!
PhD position in DFT and MuSR/NMR in Parma
This position will be carried out within the framework of SINE2020. The deadline is September 4.
PSI is looking for a Senior Scientist and Group Leader for the Neutron Diffraction Group
The Laboratory for Neutron Scattering and Imaging (LNS) at the Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland operates the neutron scattering and imaging instruments at the Swiss Spallation Neutron Source SINQ.
List of Open Access Journals on Neutronsources.org
An increasing number of scholarly publishers and journals are converting to open access. In fields relevant to neutron science and technology, Neutronsources.org provide a list of journals which are available in full open access.