Call For Proposals at IPNS

Tom Worlton worlton at
Wed Oct 4 17:14:27 CDT 1995

Argonne, IL USA October 4, 1995

Intense Pulsed Neutron Source Call for Proposals
IPNS has just issued a Call for Proposals for the operating cycle from
January, 1996, through June, 1996.  The proposal deadline is November 10,
1995.  If you are not on the IPNS mailing list and do not receive this
package, you can obtain a copy by sending an E-mail message to

        "bamarzec at". 

For full details about proposals and other items, we encourage you to ask 
for this Call for Proposals.

The proposal form (IPNSPR95) is available in both rtf and pdf format
through ftp from the forms directory on the node "".  It
may also be obtained through the World Wide Web by following the links from
the IPNS home page at "".  Those who use this form
can enclose their proposal in an E-mail message to "bamarzec at".

Even though Congress has not yet passed the FY 1996 budget, IPNS is very 
optimistic that the Scientific Facilities Initiative will pass.  Plans are 
underway to increase the IPNS operating time to 28 weeks this year.  In 
the past, because of a shorter operating schedule, IPNS was forced to 
reject many excellent proposals.  With this near certain increase in run 
time, we urge you to submit research proposals for the additional bem time 
to be made available in this upcoming cycle.

Proposals will be accepted for the following Instruments:
Special Environment/General Purpose/High Intensity Powder Diffractometers:
Single Crystal Diffractometer: SCD
Small Angle Diffractometer: SAD
Low-Resolution/High-Resolution Medium-Energy Chopper Spectrometers: 
Polarized Neutron Reflectometer: POSY
Neutron Reflectometer: POSY II
Glass, Liquid and Amorphous Materials Diffractometer: GLAD
Quasi-Elastic Neutron Spectrometer: QENS

Tom Worlton
Dr. Thomas Worlton
Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne, IL 60439-4814
Email:  tgworlton at
Phone:  708-252-8755                    Fax:    708-252-4163

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