Announcement of the ISSE Plenary Meeting   Recently updated !

ISSE Plenary Meeting in Potsdam

The ISSE board invites members to the biennial ISSE plenary meeting.

It will take place on Wednesday 5 September at 9:20 in Potsdam (Germany) during the 10th International Workshop on Sample Environment at Scattering Facilities.

During this plenary meeting, the officers of the ending election period will report about the Society’s work of the past 2 years. The Chair and the Secretary of the Society will be elected with simple majority of the attending Personal Members. The newly appointed Communication Officer and Workshop Coordinator will also be presented.


ISSE Workshop — Late submissions

The ISSE workshop will take place in less than 2 months and the deadline for submitting contributions has past. But we never let a colleague alone on the road, in particular when he/she has a shiny new equipment or a novelty to share with the community.
So if you are in this situation, please don’t hesitate to send an email to Bastian who will take care of your request. And please also don’t forget to register and book your hotel room.
See you soon in Potsdam with a Weißbier.

ISSE Workshop, General Assembly, Abstract submission deadline extended to 17 June

10th ISSE Workshop

In approximately three months, the 10th International Workshop on Sample Environment at Scattering Facilities will open its gates. We look forward to meeting you again and exchanging ideas on sample environment.

General Assembly

Herewith, we invite you officially to the next ISSE General Assembly which will take place during this 10th International Workshop in Berlin/Potsdam on Wednesday 5 September 2018 at 9:00. The agenda of this Plenary Meeting will be distributed well in advance of the workshop. For the most recent time table of the workshop please have a look here: https://www.helmholtz-berlin.de/events/se-workshop/programme_en.html.

Abstracts

The deadline for abstract submission is extended to 10 June 2018 (Central European Summer Time). We thank everybody who has already submitted their abstracts and encourage those who did not yet find the time to do so at: https://www.helmholtz-berlin.de/events/se-workshop/abstract-submission/index_en.html.

Publications

Proceedings of the workshop will also be published and we invite you to submit manuscripts. The deadline and technical details will be provided soon.

Accommodation

Please be aware that special conditions at the workshop hotel will remain available until 10 June 2018. So please be sure to book your rooms in time. Information about the hotel can be found here: https://www.helmholtz-berlin.de/events/se-workshop/venue-and-accommodation/index_en.html.

We look forward to meeting you at the workshop


Technician Position at the ILL

Looking for an experience in an international research facility? A technician position is opened in the Service for Advanced Neutron Environment (SANE). You will mostly be working in the laboratory and experimental areas with experts in cryogenics and high magnetic fields with the following tasks:

  • maintain, troubleshoot, repair and configure equipment in consultation with your colleagues and hierarchy,
  • assist colleagues and scientists to ensure the smooth operation of the experimental programme,
  • produce and maintain technical documentation and provide occasional assistance with internal training,
  • consult with colleagues and hierarchy on technical issues and troubleshooting,
  • participate in the development of new sample environment equipment.

Please forward to recommended possible candidates !

https://www.ill-recruits.eu/generator.php?id=689


Manager Sample Environment position at ACNS

The Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) is home to Australia’s nuclear science and technical expertise. More than 1000 scientists, engineers and experts work at ANSTO and use nuclear science and technology to answer the big questions in the world around us – improving health outcomes, increasing our understanding of the environment and climate change, and identifying new opportunities for Australian industry.

We operate much of our country’s landmark science facilities including one of the world’s most modern multipurpose nuclear research reactors, OPAL.  One purpose of OPAL is to provide neutrons to a suite of 15 neutron-scattering instruments within the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering (ACNS), the leading centre for neutron beam experiments in the Southern Hemisphere.

The Manager Sample Environment at ACNS leads the Sample Environment and Laboratories team. The main focus is providing technical support to the scientific community that uses the Neutron Beam and X-ray instruments available at ACNS. The Manager Sample Environment provides leadership and specialised knowledge to devise novel solutions for challenging experiments. The sample environment group conceives and manages major and minor Sample Environment projects and provides technical advice and recommendations in relation to new equipment and instrumentation developments.

Further details about Sample Environment at ACNS may be found at: http://www.ansto.gov.au/ResearchHub/OurInfrastructure/ACNS/Facilities/SampleEnvironments/index.htm

Applications must be submitted online, via: http://anstocareers.nga.net.au

Job Ref – A180032

Deadline 27 May 2018

For further technical information related to this position please refer to the Position Information Package via the above link or contact Paolo Imperia on +61 2 9717 3330.  For all other queries please contact the HR Shared Services Team on +61 (02) 9717 3111 (press 2 for HR).