The UK International Science Partnerships Fund (ISPF)
is providing funds to enable the development of Brazilian use of ISIS,
and to foster the collaboration between ISIS and Brazilian researchers.
This funding, for the period 2023-2027, will support a limited number of Brazilian experiments at ISIS, research and training visits, and workshops to promote collaboration and
partnerships between ISIS and Brazil.
Proposal submissions for ISIS neutron and muon beamtime are
welcome from Brazilian researchers. For supported experiments, funding will be available for travel and subsistence costs for up to two Brazilian researchers
to come to ISIS. Proposals should be submitted as normal via the ISIS online proposal system. Researchers are encouraged to contact an ISIS instrument scientist in
advance of proposal submission, to discuss technical aspects of a
proposal and beamtime availability, particularly if the experiment is required to be run before March 2024. In the event of
oversubscription, preference will be given to users who are new to using
the ISIS facility and to early-career researchers.
For further details, please contact Philip King at ISIS.