Next call for Direct Access proposals: Deadline 17 April 2019 | Submit to the online proposal system here
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. Fully confidential fast-tracked use of the instruments is also available for industrial and commercial customers.
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 links below for further important information and guidance including links to our instrument pages.
If you are ready to put forward a proposal visit the ISIS Online Proposal System or to submit an industrial proposal contact Dr Christopher Frost.
notice: ISIS long shutdown
ISIS will have an extended shutdown from late summer 2020 - autumn 2021 for
significant refurbishment work on the first target station, in order to extend
the life of the facility for many years to come. The exact dates of this
shutdown are still being finalised, but the most likely effect will be a
cancellation of the April 2020 proposal round, and the October 2020 proposal
round is likely to be for TS2 instruments only. We are announcing this
now in order to give as much time as possible for the planning of research
programmes, PhD projects, etc.