Within the frame of the European project FILL2030, the ILL aims to identify emerging user groups and refine its services for an evolving user community. The landscape of neutron sources is also changing with the closure of major national facilities.
FILL2030 therefore opens new neutron perspectives for the European research and innovation community, leading up to the full operation of the European Spallation Source (ESS).
In collaboration with the Platform for Nanotechnology and Materials of Instituto Superior Técnico (IST-NM), the ILL is organising a workshop to inform the Portuguese scientific community about current and future opportunities for research using neutrons and to identify the main points of interests of the Portuguese community.
The event is free and open to everyone - yet registration is mandatory to allow access to the CTN campus.
Travel and accommodation support is possible, in priority for speakers (see registration form).
chemistry, magnetism, biology, soft matter, neutron scattering, neutron diffraction, gamma spectroscopy, radioisotope for medicine and science, catalysis