Neutron imaging is a direct method for non-destructive investigations of objects in science and technology. This Joint Research Activity (JRA) is developing new methods which will allow to probe micro and nano structural properties of composite materials using imaging in real and reciprocal space, as well as new tools that use neutron scattering to complement the existing magnetic imaging techniques.
Thanks to NMI3, new methods now provide information on material and magnetic systems which are not accessible using any other experimental technique. These new techniques have the potential of attracting a large number of people from the large communities of the nanomagnetism, engineering and generally from materials science.
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