News from the world of research with neutrons

Hier finden Sie die neuesten Nachrichten aus der Welt der Forschung mit Neutronen. Es gibt auch eine thematisch sortierte Übersicht.

2nd Action Plan ErUM-Data Community Meeting

30 years Committee Research with Neutrons: 1987-2017

Brochure of the KFN: Looking back to envision the future

Action Plan ErUM-Data Community meeting

Register until January 17, 2021!

Action Plan ErUM-Data published

From Big Data to Smart Data: Digititalisation in basic scientific research

Anatoliy Senyshyn received the Wolfram-Prandl-Prize


On 21st of September 2016 Dr. Anatoliy Senyshyn (TUM) has received the Wolfram-Prandl-Prize 2016 of the Komitee für Forschung mit Neutronen during the German Neutron Scattering Conference DN2016. The Wolfram Prandl Award 2016 is given to Dr. Anatoliy Senyshyn for his outstanding research on operando studies of Li-ion batteries, which has greatly enhanced our understanding of the fatigue mechanisms in such devices. The price is awarded by the KFN to young scientist for excellent work which is based mainly on the methods of neutron scattering.[more] [archive]

Application advice ErUM-Data and ErUM-Pro

Save the date: Zoom conferences for applicants

BARI - a new offer for students

Baltic Science Network Mobility Programme for Research Internships (BARI)

Bio imaging with scanning small angle neutron scattering

Sept 22, 2021 - Highlight from Research: Detecting structural aberrations causing neurological diseases

Call for Expressions of Interest for new instrumentation as part of Phase 2 of the Endurance Upgrade Programme at ILL

ILL endurance

The ILL is launching an open call for Expressions of Interest for new instrumentation as part of Phase 2 of the Endurance Upgrade Programme. Please submit your ideas using the WORD template file by 27th February 2017. [more] [archive]

Call for nominations ENSA prizes

27 October 2022: Walter Hälg Prize 2023 and Neutron Instrumentation and Innovation Award 2023

Call for nominations KFN awards

Call for the Wolfram Prandl Prize 2020

Construction of ESS campus is underway

Crystalline carbonic acid studied with neutrons

22 Nov. 2022: First time success in producing crystalline carbonic acid and analyzing its structure

DAta from PHoton and Neutron Experiments

October 22 2019: KFS and KFN support proposal of consortium for research data management

DIG-UM-Kick-Off Meeting

Online, 20 January 2022, 14 -17 p.m.

Dr. Olga Matsarskaia receives PhD prize

PhD student of the University of Tübingen (now at the ILL) receives the dissertation prize of the DPG Condensed Matter Section

ErUM committees have published recommendataions on digital transformation

May 10 2019: Challenges and Opportunities of Digital Transformation in Fundamental Research on Universe and Matter, April 2019

ErUM-Data call published

June 7 2021: Guideline for the funding of collaborative projects in the thematic field of "Software and Algorithms" for the exploration of the universe and matter (ErUM) with a focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning published in (Official Part).

ErUM-Pro call published

25 August 2021: The BMBF has published the Directive for Funding Selected Topics in Research on Matter at Large Scale Facilities in the framework Research on the Universe and Matter - ErUM at (Amtlicher Teil).

European cooperation: League of European Neutron Sources (LENS)

Experiments at JCNS instruments at ILL

Proposal deadline is 26 September 2022

Farewell BER II

Astrid Schneidewind talking at the HZB farewell colloquium BER II on January 13, 2020

Fighting COVID-19 with neutrons and synchrotron radiation

Funding of the consortium "DAPHNE4NFDI" within the framework of the National Research Data Infrastructure announced

02 July 2021: The DAPHNE4NFDI consortium receives funding for the establishment of a National Research Data Infrastructure

Gallium arsenide for high resolution in neutron backscattering spectroscopy

Bernhard Frick, Andreas Magerl and their colleagues devise and develop gallium arsenide analysers

German Neutron Scattering Conference 2016: more than 200 participants registered

Ausschnitt aus dem DN2016-Logo

German Neutron Scattering Conference 2016 takes place in Kiel from September 20 to 22. This year, minisymposia will focus on "Proteins: dynamics and interactions", "High brilliance compact neutron sources - status and perspectives", "Neutron spectroscopy for dynamics in confinement" and „Materials characterisation". Registration is possible until September 20 (fee: 75 €). The programme on the website contains links to all abstracts. [more]

German Neutron Scattering Conference 2020

German-Swedish proposals for Röntgen-Ångström Cluster

Call of the BMBF, proposal deadline is May 12, 2021

German-Swedish proposals for Röntgen-Ångström Cluster

Call of the BMBF, proposal deadline is Sept. 04, 2019
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