First call for proposals to access ISIS neutrons and muons for Indian research
Thursday 26 January 2017
The Indian Minister for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Dr Harsh Vardhan and Director of ISIS, Professor Robert McGreevy. Credit: STFC View full-size image
As part of the recently announced agreement between STFC and the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, the ISIS neutron and muon source is pleased to announce the inaugural call for proposals for Indian researchers to access the portfolio of instruments.
As part of the Indian Nanomission project of Department of Science and Technology, beamtime will be available to carry out neutron and muon measurements by the Indian scientific community. The call will open on the 27th January and close on the 27th February. Proposals are to be submitted through the ISIS proposal portal. Travel and subsistence for the experimental team will be supported for successful applications.