The Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering will be holding a virtual Planning Workshop March 4th at 2 pm ET. This workshop will be a discussion among neutron researchers to continue to build alignment on a national roadmap and the next major funding applications. The workshop will build on the success of the CFI 2020 Innovation Fund application, “Building a Future for Canadian Neutron Scattering”, aiming to take the community to the next level.
- Daniel Banks – Neutrons Canada and the national neutron strategy: developing a detailed roadmap for rebuilding Canada’s neutron beam capabilities
- Drew Marquardt – A prototype CANS as the centrepiece for a national-proposal to the CFI 2023 Innovation Fund
- Bruce Gaulin – A proposal to the CFI 2023-2029 Major Science Initiatives Fund
- Open discussion about strategy for each of the above.
Registration for the Zoom meeting is open by clicking here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Science talks showing the range of research applications of neutron beams, from Alzheimer’s disease to rock formation, and intense discussion of the neutron beam community’s future are among the highlights from the CINS meeting at the University of Windsor.
Continue reading Highlights from the CINS meeting in Windsor
The 2018 CINS Annual General Meeting will take place at the University of Windsor, from Friday evening Oct 12 through Sunday morning Oct 14. More information will be posted on the meeting page when available.
The 2017 CINS Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place at the University of Toronto, from Friday evening Dec 8 through Saturday Dec 9.
More information will be added as soon as it is available on the AGM page.
The 2017 CINS Annual General Meeting (AGM) has been postponed.. Continue reading 2017 Annual Meeting – Update
Please reserve June 28, 1-2:30pm (Eastern Standard Time), for a special meeting of CINS to discuss the future of Canadian neutron scattering, and how you can be involved immediately to help forge that future.
At this meeting, more details on the Canadian Neutron Initiative (CNI) will be presented, including its vision, scope, and progress with government.
The CNI is a working group of research leaders formed to establish a new framework for leadership, management and funding of Canada’s capacity for materials research with neutron beams, building on existing national and international resources, following the shutdown of the NRU reactor and expiry of Canada’s participation in the Spallation Neutron Source – both in 2018.
The meeting will take place as an online meeting using your computer and telephone.
Instructions to participate will be provided in an email from AnyMeeting.com.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not receive the instructions.
The 2017 Gordon Research Conference (GRC) and Gordon Research Symposium (GRS) on Neutron Scattering will be held August 5-6 (GRS) and August (6-10) at the Hong Kong University for Science and Technology. The GRC features a single plenary session format, in the Gordon Conference tradition, that focuses on in-depth discussion between the attendees, invited speakers and discussion leaders. The GRS is organized for and by graduate students and postdocs, and includes both sessions with a scientific focus as well as sessions dedicated to professional development and issues of relevance to early career scientists. This will be the inaugural GRS on Neutron Scattering, but we are hoping to make it a regular part of the overall GRC Neutron Scattering program in years to come.
The GRC program and poster are attached to this mailing, as is the poster for the GRS. Registration for both the 2017 GRC and GRS in neutron scattering are now open. As you’ll see the program is wide ranging and features an excellent slate of international speakers, and ample time for in depth and small group discussions. Note that there will be contributed poster sessions and four contributed talks in the final program (these are not included in the attached program), drawn from the poster contributions of the registered attendees.
We have received generous international sponsorship and we are pleased to be able to offer some support to partially cover the costs of registration and accommodation – initially up to $500US with a preference for supporting qualified young neutron scientists.
You can apply by going to the following websites and following the instructions for attendees:
2017 GRC on Neutron Scattering: https://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=16921
2017 GRS on Neutron Scattering: https://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=17491
Looking forward to seeing many of you in Hong Kong in August for what we are sure will be very exciting GRC and GRS in Neutron Scattering!
Conference Posters and Schedules:
Announcement submitted by: Bruce D. Gaulin (McMaster University, Chair) and Masatoshi Arai (ESS, Vice Chair)