We hope you have enjoyed this year's newsletters. This is the last Inside NMI3 of 2015 which brings you the following news:
- New video: NMI3 – The benefits of European Collaboration
- Latest achievements of the WP's on: Integrated User Access, Detectors, Imaging
- Funding for schools
- Job at the PSI
We hope you enjoy your reading,
The NMI3 coordination team
New video: NMI3 – The benefits of European Collaboration
Learn about the benefits of this collaboration between the major neutron and muon facilities in Europe as well as the feedback of the European Commission, by the NMI3 Manager and Coordinator, scientists, and school organisers.
New deliverables from the Integrated User Access WP
You can now find on our website two new deliverables from the Integrated User Access WP on Software package prototype to handle proposal submission and reviewing between facilities and Feasibility study on software prototype for cross facility beam time access.
Detectors JRA – latest achievements
It is time for a summary of the achievements of this JRA, which aims to develop two promising detector technologies to cope with the high cost and near unavailability of 3He.
Imaging JRA – latest achievements
It is time for a summary of the achievements of this JRA. New methods now provide information on material and magnetic systems which are not accessible using any other experimental technique.
Call for proposals for funding of neutron and muon introductory schools
The deadline for applying for funding for Neutron or Muon Introductory Schools is January 24. The schools will be supported by the SINE2020 project.
Open Position at PSI: Head of Laboratory for Muon Spin Spectroscopy
Join the Paul Scherrer Institute in Switzerland.