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[kfn-info] SNI2022 and GneuS

KFN email newsletter on December 10, 2022


Dear friends of neutron research,

> Invitation for SNI2022, 05 - 07 September 2022 in Berlin

It's time for an SNI conference again - we are looking forward to many personal encounters at the 5th Conference on Research with Synchrotron Radiation, Neutrons and Ion Beams at Large Facilities from 05 to 07 September 2022 in Berlin! On the conference website you will find the most important information, which will be supplemented and updated over time. The KFN, KFS and KFSI committees stand for a diverse, up-to-date and professionally excellent programme - abstracts can be submitted until April. We are pleased that Jan Lüning has taken over the chair of the conference and that the HZB is organising the conference in the rooms of the FU Berlin. The event will be rounded off by a reception and a public lecture. We would also like to encourage students who have not yet started their doctoral studies to take part in the conference and to exchange ideas and get inspired - free of charge if the necessary documents are submitted in time.

We look forward to seeing you!

> Global Neutron Scientists (GNeuS)

The aim of the Global Neutron Scientists (GNeuS) project is to train a new generation of highly skilled neutron scientists. Within the framework of the project, 45 postdocs will be able to take part in a 24-month structured, interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral international training programme.

The first of three application rounds for interested young researchers is now underway.

> The application deadline is 15 January 2022. All interested parties are invited to a webinar on 16 December 2021.

In addition to the main partners of Forschungszentrum Jülich, the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, who will recruit the postdocs under contract,19 other partners are also participating in the project. Amongst them are leading neutron sources from Europe and Asia, as well as companies and service providers from supporting fields, such as experts in the development and manufacture of components for instruments, international chemical companies, patent lawyers and specialists in science communication.

With kind regards,
Frank Schreiber, KFN chair
Susan Schorr, KFN vice chair
Karin Griewatsch, KFN PR

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