Another new instrument at the FRM II: The monochromatic single crystal diffractometer BioDiff has received the first neutrons last week.
Comprehensive information about all instruments at the FRM II is now available.
At the beginning of his inaugural visit to Germany, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano toured on October 6th the high intensity neutron source FRM II.
The FRM II hosts the international workshop on sample environment at neutron scattering facilities these days. Until Friday, October 1st, about 60 participants from 10 different nations discuss measurements at high pressure, under magnetic fields or extreme temperatures.
FRM II User Meeting, October 15th, 2010: Preliminary programme available!
The FRM II invites its users to participate in the third User Meeting on October 15th, 2010! The preliminary programme is available for download.
Hubert Ceeh received a student prize for his talk about his diploma thesis at the international Workshops on Slow Positron Beam Techniques in Australia. The next international conference on positrons will be held 2013 at the FRM II.
The instruments are huge, the structures, which are examined with their help are in the nanometer range. The federal ministry for education and research supports those instruments built by universities and institutes at the neutron source with a total sum of 10.2 million euros.
FRM II User Meeting, October 15th, 2010: Registration opened!
The FRM II invites its users to participate in the third User Meeting on October 15th, 2010!
The neutron decay will be studied with higher precision at the neutron source FRM II.
After the ordinarily shut down on short notice the neutron source is again operational.