[Neutron] SINQ at PSI - Call for proposals II-16
useroffice at psi.ch
Thu Apr 7 13:03:44 CEST 2016
The next DEADLINE for the submission of beam time requests for the Swiss
spallation neutron source 'SINQ' http://www.psi.ch/sinq will be:
********* May 20, 2015, midnight *********
Herewith we call for proposals for the beam time period II/16 between
01/09/2016 and 23/12/2016.
New users are kindly asked to contact the instrument responsibles
before submitting a proposal to discuss instrumental options and
reasonable beam time requests.
Please make use of the option to link related previous proposals with their
experimental reports to the new one. A proper mention of previous results
will provide a certain 'bonus' during the evaluation process. This new feature replaces
the previous option to submit 'continuation proposals'.
Guidelines for the proposal submission and further useful information can be
found on the SINQ webpages:
The following instruments will be open for new proposals in cycle II/16:
Powder Diffractometers : HRPT, DMC
Single Crystal Diffractometer : ZEBRA (formely TRICS)
Strain Scanner : POLDI
Small Angle Scattering : SANS-I, SANS-II
Reflectometer : AMOR
Triple Axis Spectrometers : TASP, RITA-II, EIGER
Time-of-Flight Spectrometer : FOCUS
Radiography, Imaging : NEUTRA, ICON
Further detailed information about the SINQ instruments can be obtained here:
The feasibility of complex experiments should always be discussed
in advance with the instrument and sample environment responsibles.
The high pressure Paris-Edinburgh Press sample environment option at SINQ is
fully available again and we can offer also low temperature experiments using
the that device. The best operational range of the cell is 7K, 6GPa and 300K, 9GPa.
DIGITAL USER OFFICE, DUO:
Proposals should solely be submitted electronically via the
PSI Digital User Office 'DUO': https://duo.psi.ch
Paul Scherrer Institute
User Office Phone : +41-56-310-4666
CH-5232 Villigen - PSI Fax : +41-56-310-3294
Switzerland e-mail: useroffice at psi.ch
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