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Staff Case Studies
Staff Case Studies
Find out more about some of our staff here at the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source.
In October 2019, Devashibhai Adroja (known as Adroja) will have been at STFC for 20 years. He was drawn to ISIS by “the fantastic science” and the science programme fits well with his research, which is on strongly correlated electron materials.
From Diamond Sandwich student to ISIS Facility Development Student
Technical manager for ISIS ultra-low temperature (ULT) experiments
Dan Faircloth has been working in ISIS for over 17 years and hasn’t looked back since, working to develop ISIS’s international reputation for ion source development.
End of Year Placement Interviews 2020/21
As we welcome the next batch of placement students, we wanted to get in touch with the 2020/21 cohort and ask them to reflect on their time in ISIS Neutron and Muon Source.
We profile Genoveva on her journey through ISIS from PhD to Beamline Scientist.
New ISIS starter Haroon tells us of his journey from University to CERN and now to ISIS where he works as an Accelerator Physicist.
From work experience student to apprentice, and now undergraduate…
Beam Physics Operations Section Leader
International Women's Day: the inspirational Jacqui Cole!
Prof Jacqui Cole is Head of Molecular Engineering at Cambridge, BASF / Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in Data-driven Molecular Engineering of Functional Materials and a joint appointment at ISIS, but she is not the traditional academic!
After finishing her placement year in the deuteration lab in the support laboratories, Jasmine Hind will go straight into a full time role within the facility.
Beamline scientist on the muon instrument EMU
While studying for his A-levels, Leo did a week of work experience at ISIS that confirmed his decision to study physics at university, and strengthened his applications for universities in the United States.
Apprentice in the mechanical workshop
Meet the Cryogenics Team 2021
We sat down and spoke to 5 members of our award-winning Cryogenics team to find out what life is like as a member of the team.
Meet the Detector Group 2022
We sat down with three members of the ISIS Detector Group to find out what life is like as a member of the team.
Meet the Sandwich Students 2021
ISIS Neutron and Muon Source would like to welcome our new cohort of Sandwich Students for 2021.The sandwich student scheme offers students the opportunity to spend a year away from their degrees and gain valuable work experience.
From placement student to STFC graduate scheme.
Olivia Tindle: being stubborn in the face of adversity
ISIS placement student Olivia has been determined to be a physicist since she was 15, and is now well on her way to getting there, despite struggling at college and being told she should try something else.
Peter Baker Staff Profile
Dr Peter Baker is an Instrument scientist working at the ISIS facility responsible for the MuSR muon instrument.
Sara Karbassi and Albin Nilson
New Duty Technicians in the Main Control Room
Diagnostics software section leader
Tristan tells us about his journey through ISIS from apprentice to full-time staff member.
Where can an ISIS industrial placement year take you?
We speak to some previous sandwich students to find out what they're doing now, and how their placement helped them get there.
Will Halcrow - engineering collaboration with the ESS
To celebrate the UK and the European Spallation Source's collaboration, we talked to Will Halcrow, one of the mastermind engineers behind setting up the LoKI instrument.
After joining ISIS straight from school, Zoë is now Head of ISIS Operations and Deputy Director.
Zoë is a mechanical design engineer at ISIS on the Graduate scheme, but her route here was not straightforward, going via research, consultancy, and the powerlifting world championships.