Publications archive online

From today you have got the possibility to search for released publications. [more]


In mourning of Gert von Hassel

With deep sadness we have received the news of the sudden death of Gert von Hassel, our former press relations officer. He passed away on Sunday, 14th June 2009. [more]


Impressions of the User Meeting 2009

With more than 130 participants, the second FRM II User Meeting on May 25th was a great success. 17 talks and over 70 posters testified to the lively interest and presented the many aspects of research with neutrons at the FRM II. Photos of the User Meeting are now to be found at[more]


Erasmus Mundus MaMaSELF: European students - apply now!

Erasmus Mundus "European Master of Materials Science Exploring Large Scale Facilities" (MaMaSELF) - Application for period of study 2009/2010 for european students.[more]


2nd FRM II User Meeting May 25th, 2009

The preliminary program has already been arranged!


Archeology with neutrons: Mass production in Rome

Physicists at the neutron source Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II) had a glance into a Roman god. They found, that the figurine is hollow. [more]


Annual report 2008 online

Skyrmion lattice, inner stresses in composite castings and gaps in superconductivity - the new scientific report of FRM II shows all the highlights of the year 2008. [more]


13th JCNS laboratory course „Neutron scattering“

The Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) organises in cooperation with Technische Universität München (TUM), University of Münster and RWTH Aachen a laboratory course in neutron scattering from September 7th till 18th. [more]


2.2 million Euros for the research with neutrons

The FRM II was granted 1.1 million Euro from the 7th EU framework programme. Including with the amount, that the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) has received, it is in total 2.2 million Euros. [more]


Professor Dieter Richter receives Walter Hälg Preis 2009

In recognition of his coherent work towards understanding the dynamics of polymers and biological macromolecules using high-resolution neutron scattering techniques Prof. Dieter Richter receives the Walter Hälg Prize 2009.[more]