Round 22-2 Details
Applications to both TS1 and TS2 will be invited in Spring 2022 - proposal deadline 17:00 BST Wednesday 20 April 2022
Round 22-1 Details
The call for access has now closed.
Access during this call was for
Call deadline was 17:00 BST (prompt) Wednesday 20 October 2021
Access likely to be scheduled March to July 2022
Due to a recent fire with the
Deuteration Facility Synthetic Lab, we
not currently inviting requests for D-materials during this round. If you do have a need for D-materials for a proposed experiment please contact the D-lab team (ISISDeuterationFacility@stfc.ac.uk) to discuss the request – we may be able to help if we have the material in our recovered stocks.
Whilst ISIS has been operating largely with remote users (users sending samples in) during the Covid pandemic, we will return to pre-Covid ways of running experiments after the long shutdown (assuming Covid rules allow this at the time). This means that
we will expect an experiment team to come to ISIS to run their experiment. We have been able to operate for a short period with ISIS instrument scientists running experiments, but we are not staffed for this to be a longer term solution. Please
ensure you have an experiment team able to come physically to ISIS before submitting a proposal.
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
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 a proposal visit the ISIS Online Proposal System.
To submit an industrial proposal contact Dr Christopher Frost
Upcoming ISIS activities
ISIS are currently in long shutdown to enable refurbishment of the first target station and replacement of a tank in the linear accelerator.
Updates on the progression of shutdown activities can be found