Round 24-2 Details
Call will open Thursday 7 March 2024
Deadline for submission is Wednesday 17 April 2024
Access likely to be scheduled from September 2024
Access panel meetings will take place 5-6 June 2024, with results to PIs expected end of June 2024
Round 24-1 Details
Call for access is closed
Applications for TS1 and TS2 instruments were invited
Please note that IRIS and OSIRIS were not available this call, due to hydrogen moderator commissioning activities delaying the start of the user programme to these instruments after the TS1 shutdown. Please contact
Stewart Parker with any queries.
Call deadline 13:00 BST Thursday 19 October 2023
Access likely to be scheduled from March 2024
Access panel meetings will take place 6-7 December 2023, with results to PIs expected mid-January 2024
Guidelines for writing a good proposal science case can be found
here. Review panel members strongly encourage the use of the template and adherence to the formatting instructions.
To submit a proposal visit the ISIS Online Proposal System
deuterated materials are required, it is strongly advised that you contact the ISIS Deuteration Facility (ISISDeuterationFacility@stfc.ac.uk) before submission to discuss feasibility.
ISIS has returned to pre-Covid ways of running experiments after the long shutdown. This means that
we expect an experiment team to come to ISIS to run their experiment. Please
ensure you have an experiment team able to come physically to ISIS before submitting a proposal.
The ISIS Policy on the use of AI in proposal and science case writing can be found here, and must be adhered to if AI is used at any point of the proposal writing process.
ISIS neutron and muon instruments are free at the point of access for academic and industry researchers, provided the results from experiments are published in the public domain. Terms and conditions for accessing ISIS can be found
here and useful information to note before applying can be found
here. If experimental time on multiple instruments is required, please submit a separate proposal application for each. We are not able to provide T&S costs for users travelling from outside the UK. For users funded through our EU Access grant or through an overseas ISIS-partnership agreement or access route, we will reimburse your travel expenses but you should make your own travel arrangements.
New users are always welcome at ISIS Neutron and Muon Source and we are constantly encouraging new areas of research that can flourish. There are a number of routes for academics and
industry to access beamtime. Please browse the box links below for further important information and guidance including links to our
To submit an industrial proposal contact Dr Christopher Frost
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