The ISSE logo revealed!

ISSE LogoFollowing a first poll, two logos were selected amongst more than 10. After some refinement performed by our colleagues from Oak Ridge to comply with standards, a second poll were organised to choose between these 2 candidates. After a hot but gentle battle, we are now very glad to present the official logo 😉

How do you interpret the ‘i’ of the logo? ISSE members develop Innovative environments? develop environments for synchrotron (circular) and neutron (reactor or linac) sources? launch environments on beamlines? bring equipment adapted to any collimated beam shapes (from circular to rectangular)?…

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