The ISIS Endeavour Programme – User Meetings
01 Jul 2021
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We would like to invite you to a set of user community meetings, to learn more about the programme of large instrument upgrades and new instrument builds that we hope to carry out at ISIS over the next few years. 

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Design of new instrument
 

Endeavour is the name of the programme of large instrument upgrades and new instrument builds that we hope to carry out at ISIS over the next few years.  This is a large programme of work with potentially ten or so instrument projects that will see us create the next generation of neutron and muon capabilities at ISIS.

We would like to invite you to a set of user ​community meetings, to learn more about the proposed instrument projects and to comment on these developments.

There will be three meetings, organised online using Zoom link. Follow this link to register for one or more of the meetings.​

Clean growth – energy and advanced engineering relevant materials

Thursday 1 July, 1.30pm BST

Biosciences & health

Thursday 8 July, 1.30pm BST

Materials for the future

Thursday 15 July, 1.30pm BST

Each meeting will last between two and three hours, and will consist of an introduction to the Endeavour programme, details of around six or so of the instrument projects that are particularly relevant to the topic area, and a chance to discuss the projects in smaller break-out groups. ​More information about the Endeavour Programme can be found here.

Follow this link to register for one or more of the meetings.​

The instruments that will be presented at each meeting, and the user community member who will be presenting them, are listed below:

​Clean Growth - Thurs 1 July
​Biosciences & Health - Thurs 8 July
​Materials for the future - Thurs 15 July
HRPD-X: Stephen Skinner (Imperial)
​LMX: Peter Moody (​​Leicester)
​​Wish-2: Paolo Radaelli (Oxford​​)
SuperMuSR: Stephen Blundell (Oxford)
Sandals-2: Lorna Dougan (​​Leeds)
Mushroom: Andrew Goodwin (Oxford)
Tosca+: Paul Collier (Johnson Matthey)
Osiris+: Maria Paula Marques (Coimbra)
​SuperMuSR: Stephen Blundell (Oxford)
​Sandals-2: John Holbrey (​​Queen's Belfast)
​SANS / reflectometry smaller projects: Sarah Rogers & John Webster (ISIS)
​Tosca+: Sihai Yang (Ma​nchester)
​Osiris+​: Paul Collier (Johnson Matthey)

HRPD-X: Emma McCabe (Durham)​
​e-map: Harry Coules (Bristol)

​LMX: Paul Saines (Kent)​
​​Wish-2: Paolo Radaelli (Oxford​​), Sihai Yang (Manchester)​


Descriptions of each instrument can be found on the Endeavour Programme page.


Contact: de Laune, Rosie (STFC,RAL,ISIS)