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[kfs-verteiler] ErUM-Data, DAPHNE4NFDI and deadlines

KFS email newsletter on December 6, 2021

 

Dear colleagues,

>Activities of the KFS

Today, the 110th KFS meeting will take place - as a video conference, of course. Since there are many common topics, part of it is planned together with the KFN (Committee Research with Neutrons). The topics are e.g. the funding programmes of the BMBF (ErUM-Pro and ErUM-Data), the start of the DAPHNE4NFDI project, the planning of the SNI2022 in Berlin and public relations. You can find the summary of the last meeting here: https://www.sni-portal.de/en/user-committees/committee-research-with-synchrotron-radiation/committee/minutes/109-kfs-meeting?set_language=en.

>ErUM-Data

The digital community meeting for the foundation of the ErUM-Data umbrella organisation *DIG-UM* will take place on 20 January 2022, from 14:00 to 17:00. A festive part and a technical part on perspectives of digital transformation in ErUM research are planned.

*Registration* please at https://indico.desy.de/event/32315

The central networking and transfer point *ErUM-Data-Hub* (knowledge, workshops, public) will actively support and help shape the digital transformation in ErUM research:

*Applications* for 4 vacancies of the team TVL E13/E15 please until 31 December 2021, see https://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Die-RWTH/Arbeiten-an-der-RWTH/~buym/RWTH-Jobportal/?search=ErUM-Data-Hub&page=

>DAPHNE4NFDI

On October 1st, the project DAPHNE4NFDI (DAta for PHoton and Neutron Experiments in NFDI) officially started being funded by the DFG, and now the new teams are forming and recruiting new talent. The consortium held a very lively online kickoff meeting on the first of December, with contributions from the facilities, users and industry partners from both neutron and synchrotron communities. We are looking forward to the chances and challenges that lie ahead of us. The new home page is available at www.daphne4nfdi.de/english/. Please visit us and bookmark the page to stay informed. We invite you to join the task area working groups. To do so please contact the task area leaders by email (https://www.daphne4nfdi.de/english/70.php).

There are vacancies available here as well (more to come soon): https://www.daphne4nfdi.de/117.php

 

>Selected deadlines and dates

12 Dec. 2021: Abstract deadline for 30th Annual Meeting of the German Crystallographic Society, Munich, 14-17 March 2022

https://dgk-30-munich-2022.de/

13 Dec. 2021: Registration deadline for Diffuse scattering: the crystallography of dynamics, defects, and disorder, Erice, Italy, 03-11 June 2022

https://crystalerice.org/2022/

13 Dec. 2021: Registration deadline for Crystallography under extreme conditions - the future is bright and very compressed, Erice, Italy, 03-11 June 2022

https://crystalerice.org/2022/

21 Dec. 2021: Abstract deadline for Compact (EUV & X-Ray) Light Sources, Budapest, Hungary, 23-25 March 2022

https://www.optica.org//en-us/meetings/osa_meetings/high-brightness_sources_and_light-driven_interacti/program/compact_(euv_x-ray)_light_sources/

14 Jan. 2022: Early bird registration deadline for 30. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kristallographie, Munich, 14-17 March 2022

https://dgk-30-munich-2022.de/

15 Jan. 2022: Application deadline FEBS2022 Advanced course: Lost in Integration - Probing Biomolecules with Electrons, Photons, Neutrons and Magnetic Spins, Spetses Island, Greece, 09-15 May 2022

https://probingbiomolecules2022.febsevents.org/

17 Jan. 2022: Second application deadline for Zurich School of Crystallography 2022: Bring your own crystals, Zürich, Switzerland, 19 -30 June 2022

https://www.chem.uzh.ch/linden/zsc/

17 Jan. 2022: Application deadline for DESY Photon Science Users Meeting 2022

https://photon-science.desy.de/usersmeeting2022

 

We wish you a healthy and happy Advent season,

with kind regards,

Jan-Dierk Grunwaldt, KFS chair
Sarah Köster, deputy KFS chair
Karin Griewatsch, KFS-PR

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