[Neutron] IPNS Call for Proposals Extended

Heinig, Maria mheinig at anl.gov
Thu Oct 21 15:36:40 CDT 2004

The Intense Pulsed Neutron Source

Call for Proposals Deadline has been extended to November 15, 2004

 Scheduling experiments for the period January to June 2005
For the first time, IPNS will accept Programmatic Proposals for many

Programmatic proposals are similar to regular proposals, except that
they require a more extensive "scientific background" that justifies
access to IPNS instruments for two years.  The number of days requested
will be those needed for the next cycle only.

Programmatic proposals are identified by the first two words in the
abstract ("Programmatic Proposal").  The same form is used for regular
and programmatic proposals and the submittal procedure is the same.   

The Program Advisory Committee (PAC) evaluates the proposal once upon
arrival and assigns a Numeric Rating (NR) as for other proposals.  As
for all other proposals, programmatic proposals will be granted time
based on the NR.  For the following 3 cycles the Instrument Scientist
(IS) or designate will communicate with the PI to assign days based on
needs and the original NR.

The IS (or a combination of ISs if time on more than one instrument is
awarded) will review the scientific productivity of each programmatic
proposal.  Continued access to instruments will be granted only to
productive proposals.  Renewals will be considered after 2 years and
will require PAC review. 

For further information or questions, contact the respective Instrument
Scientist (contact information at IPNS website


Electronic Retrieval of Proposal Forms:

A Microsoft Word version of the IPNS Proposal Form can be obtained from
the IPNS Web page http://www.pns.anl.gov/.  Click on "Proposals".
Submission of proposals for continuation experiments must also include
an experimental report form describing previous results.  The
experimental report form is also available on the IPNS web site.
Electronic submission of proposals is preferred.

Please submit proposals as an attachment to an e-mail to
mheinig at anl.gov.  E-mail submissions will be accepted as original.
Confirmation will be made upon receipt and verification of format. 

 Mail or FAX Submission of Proposals

 Mail to Maria Heinig, User Administrator
 Argonne National Laboratory
 IPNS, Bldg. 360
 9700 S. Cass Ave., Argonne, IL 60439
 FAX to 630-252-4163



Mail publication copies or lists to:
Nicole Green

Argonne National Laboratory
IPNS, Bldg. 360, F201

9700 S. Cass Ave., Argonne, IL 60439

Contact Nicole Green for a list of your publications or for more
information regarding IPNS publications.
 Tel: 630-252-7820
 Fax: 630-252-7722
 E-mail: ngreen at anl.gov
 For further information regarding proposals contact: 

 Maria Heinig - IPNS User Administrator
 Tel: 630-252-6485
 Fax: 630-252-4163
 E-mail: mheinig at anl.gov 

For information regarding visiting IPNS see the following web site
http://www.pns.anl.gov/visiting/  or contact:

 Maria Heinig - IPNS User Administrator
 Tel: 630-252-6485
 Fax: 630-252-4163
 E-mail: mheinig at anl.gov

 IPNS web-site http://www.pns.anl.gov

Please forward this message to anyone who may be interested in
submitting a proposal to IPNS. If you would like to be deleted from our
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Maria Heinig, User Administrator

IPNS Division - Bldg. 360

Argonne National Laboratory

9700 S. Cass Avenue

Argonne, IL 60439

(630) 252-6485

Fax: (630) 252-4163

mheinig at anl.gov

http://www.pns.anl.gov <http://www.pns.anl.gov/> 


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