Autumn is here to bring us some news from the neutron world. On the 29th Inside NMI3 e-newsletter you can find the following articles:
- Science, tapas, t-shirts and M&M’s at the ECNS
- Advanced Neutron Tools for Soft and Bio Materials JRA – latest achievements
- Open registration for schools: Berlin, Fan du LLB, FullProf
- Job: the ILL is looking for an Industrial Liaison Officer
- LLB calls for proposals: the deadline is October 1st 2015
- Reminders: NMI3 GA and ENSA Brochure
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
Science, tapas, t-shirts and M&M’s at the ECNS
NMI3 was at the European Conference on Neutron Scattering 2015. Get to know about announcements by ENSA and the highlights of this great conference.
Advanced Neutron Tools for Soft and Bio Materials JRA – latest achievements
It is time for a summary of the achievements by this JRA, which aims to provide a wider range of experimental tools to make the best use of neutron scattering for soft and bio-materials.
The 36th Berlin School on Neutron Scattering is open for registrations
The school will be on Feb 25 – March 4, 2016, at the HZB. The deadline for registrations is Oct 15.
Registration is open for the 2015 Fan du LLB school
The neutron school “FAN du LLB 2015” will be on December 7-10 in France. The deadline for registration is October 18.
The 8th FullProf School is open for registrations
The next FullProf school will be on December 14-18 at the ILL and the deadline for registrations is October 10.
Job: the ILL is looking for an Industrial Liaison Officer
Join the ILL to work within the Industry WP of the new SINE2020 project. The deadline for applications is October 10.
LLB calls for proposals: the deadline is October 1st 2015
The deadline for neutron beam time request to perform neutron scattering experiments at the Laboratoire Leon Brillouin in France is October 1st.
Please don't forget to register to the NMI3 General Assembly
The final NMI3-II General Assembly and SINE2020 kick-off meeting will be held in Copenhagen on October 14-16.
ENSA Brochure on “Neutrons for science and technology”
Don't forget to have a look at the ENSA brochure and promote it within your university or institution. The brochure highlights the importance of neutron scattering, illustrated by several examples.