Neutron Spectroscopy course, Nov. 29 - Dec. 3, 2021
Registration for the online course Neutron Spectroscopy, Nov. 29 - Dec. 3, 2021, Chalmers University, is now open. To register and for more information please press here!
The Swedish Neutron Week 2022
The Swedish Neutron week 2022 will take place online between 16-19, 2022.
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NNSP-SwedNess Neutron School 2021
Its time to register for the introductury course!
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SNSS Seminar Series, starting 17 November, on Neutron Imaging
The Swedish neutron scattering society (SNSS) is starting a seminar series on different topics. The plan is to have two hours of presentations every three month and address areas of research, which are expected to be possible as soon as the ESS starts. The first seminar will be on neutron imaging and take place on 17 November, at 13:00-15:00 hrs. The program and abstracts are attached below.
The new SwedNess projects
Congratulations to the 20 PhD-projects that received funding for SwedNess II.
Symposium: Photon and Neutron Science in the Baltic Sea Region
The Symposium will take place within the framework of the INTERREG Baltic Science Network project „BSN_Powerhouse“ as the first step of an innovative 3-step approach called LaunchPad designed for facilitating research cooperation between the researchers, research infrastructures and industry in the field of Photon and Neutron Science.
SwedNess receives extended funding from SSF
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) has decided to extend the funding of the SwedNess research school by 100 million SEK until 2025.
The funding ensures a five-year extention of the research school and will be used to finance 20 new doctoral projects within SwedNess, according to the director Martin Häggblad Sahlberg.
An interview with director Martin Häggblad Sahlberg can be found on Uppsala University's staff portal (in Swedish).
More information regarding the funding of SwedNess can be found on the SSF website.
Imaging/Tomography, 23-26 March, 2020, at Lund University
The objectives of this doctoral-level course are to develop awareness and understanding of different neutron imaging methods and their possible applications in different areas of research. Students should thus be able to make more effective use of neutron imaging in research by identification of the best methods, understanding the strengths of different methods/facilities and understanding the importance and key aspects of data analysis. Students will also gain insight into the future possibilities in neutron imaging, e.g., at ESS.
The course is open to doctoral students, postdocs and researchers. Preference will be given to doctoral students, and in particular those in the SWEDNESS program. Acceptance to the course will be given at the end of February. Students wishing to gain course credits towards their PhD degree will be expected to submit follow-up course work that, together with the lectures, will amount to 3 ECTS. There is no charge to attend the course, which is organised in collaboration between SwedNess and LINXS (www.linxs.se).
SAKURA, New mobility programme
To strengthen scientific collaboration between Sweden and Japan, the Swedish Research Council (VR) decided to fund and launch SAKURA, a new mobility programme focusing on neutron research and activities of ESS and J-PARC in particular. Personnel working at the two neutron sources as well as researchers affiliated with Swedish and Japanese universities are welcome to apply for funding by 13 October 2019.
Note that students are not eligible (but please forward to people you think could be interested) for this grant, however, technical/administrative staff could be.
SwedNess PhD Licentiates
Please press here to see the upcoming Licentiate for the SwedNess PhD-students.
French and Swedish School on Energy Materials, 13-17 may, Lund
This advanced school on X-rays and Neutrons techniques for the study of functional materials for energy is jointly organized by Swedish and French universities and research organisms. For more information please press here. Last registration date is March 10th.
SwedNess Course in Neutrons for the study of electrochemical processes at KTH and Uppsala Uni.
Neutrons for the study of electrochemical processes
Swedness course 5 credits,
KTH and Uppsala University, 8 April – 20 June 2019.
Please press here to read more and to register.
Powder Diffraction course at Stockholm University
Powder diffraction. Swedness course 7.5 credits,
Stockholm University, 21 February – 25 March 2019
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Undergraduate Summer Placement Projects 2019 at Diamond
Diamond Light Source, one of the world’s leading scientific research establishments and is looking for exceptionally able and enthusiastic undergraduate students to join them for 12 weeks next summer starting in late June.
SwedNess Annual Meeting 2019
Next SwedNess annual meeting will be held in Stockholm, from May 6 to May 7, 2019. The annual meeting is mandatory for all PhD-students and their supervisors. If a supervisor cannot attend he or she have to make sure that one of the co-supervisors can attend. It will be held in connection to the SNSS annual meeting May 8 and a Topical Workshops (TBA) May 9-10 as part of the so called "Swedish neutron week".
Course in Neutron Spectroscopy, Nov. 2018 at Chalmers University
Please follow this link to get more information and to register.
Workshop on neutron imaging and scattering on engineering materials on Dec. 6.-7. Dec in Copenhagen
Dear neutron-colleagueS, You, your postdocs and PhD-students are cordially invited to contribute to our 24-hour workshop “NNSP Capacity Building Networks - Engineering, processes and real-space imaging” within the NordForsk neutron program. A major part of the programme of the workshop will be based on the contributed abstracts and we emphasize discussion and networking, so it will be an excellent opportunity for you to present and discuss your activities within this topic.
More information and sign-up can be found here.
MATRAC 2 School 2019
The MATRAC 2 School will take place from 31 March to 5 April 2019 in Herrsching/Ammersee (near Munich) and at the FRM II in Garching/Munich.
For more information and to apply please press here.
Workshop - Dynamics of membranes and their constituents
The Workshop - Dynamics of membranes and their constituents is organized by The Lund Institute of Advanced Neutron and X-ray Science (LINXS) Wednesday, September 12, 2018 12:00 to Friday, September 14, 2018 13:00.
Attendance is free of charge but limited to 90 participants.The deadline for abstract submission is August 15 and for registration it is August 25.
For more information please visit the following website.
SANS course in Lund
Between August 20-24, 2018 there will be a SANS course held at Lund University.
For more information and to register please press here.
NNSP-SwedNess Neutron School 2018, Tartu
The Nordic Neutron Science Programme (NNSP) and the Swedish Neutron Education for Science & Society (SwedNess) programme are proud to present the second Graduate School on Neutron Scattering. The school will take place in the university town of Tartu, Estonia, September 8-21st, 2018.
For more information please press here!
Course in Reﬂectivity and GISANS
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Last registration date is April 25, 2018!
The course will take place between May 28 and June 2, 2018!
SwedNess Annual Meeting
Next SwedNess annual meeting will be held at Quality Hotel 11 in Gothenburg, from lunch April 23 to lunch April 24, 2018. The annual meeting is mandatory for all PhD-students and their supervisors. If a supervisor cannot attend he or she have to make sure that one of the co-supervisors can attend. It will be held in connection to the SNSS annual meeting April 24-25 and a RMC workshop April 25-26 as part of the so called "Swedish neutron week".
Next SwedNess board meeting
The next SwedNess board meeting will be helt at KTH, January 25, 2018.
The first specialized course has been announced
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The Introductury course, Part 1
NNSP-SwedNESS Neutron School September 2017
The Nordic Neutron Science Programme (NNSP) and the Swedish Neutron Education for Science & Society (SwedNess) programme are proud to present the first Graduate School on Neutron Scattering. The school will take place in the university town of Tartu, Estonia, September 11-21, 2017, which lies 2,5 hours from Tallinn by buss.
RACIRI summer school, 2017
SwedNess Kick-off 15-16 of May 2017
SwedNess and the Nordic Neutron Programme in collaboration
The Nordic Neutron Programme and SwedNess have agreed to collaborate on teaching and networking activities.
Conference in Material Science 25 April 2017
2017-01-02SSF and Vinnova are organizing a conference in Material Science on April 25 2017.More information will follow in the beginning of 2017!Registration will soon be open at SSF’s website www.stratresearch.se.