The school, organized by the Universidad de Sevilla in the framework of the H2020 ARIEL project (www.ariel-h2020.eu), aims at covering the experimental aspects related to the production, detection and use of neutron beams. To this purpose, the core of the school is a series of experiments that will be carried out during one week (September, 26th to 30th) at the HISPANOS facility (www.cna.us.es/HISPANOS) at the Centro Nacional de Aceleradores (CNA) in Seville, Spain. The experiments will be complemented with lectures (Interaction of neutrons with matter, production of neutrons beam and detection of neutrons) and seminars (The role of neutrons in astrophysics, nuclear technology and medicine and related experiments) that will be given online during two days (September, 21st and 22nd) in the week prior to the on-site experiments.
The school is open for up to 24 participants. The target audience comprises young researchers, which includes Master students, PhD students, and young postdocs. The selection of the 24 participants is the responsibility of the International Advisory Committee and will be based on the "Academic Level" and the "Letter of Interest" to be filled in the registration form.
EXPERIMENTS (26-30 September @CNA)
LECTURES AND SEMINARS (21-22 September => online)
POSTERS & BEST POSTER PRIZE
The participants willing to present a poster must submit an abstract in addition to their registration. The lecturers and the local organizing committee will select the "Best Poster Prize" with a diploma and a check of 300€.
SPONSORED BY H2020-ARIEL
The registration fee, travel and accommodation costs in double rooms will be fully covered by the H2020 ARIEL Project (www.ariel-h2020.eu).
Please register before June 15th, 2022.
NEWS: DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 24TH
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
- Arnd Junghans (HZDR, Germany)
- Arjan Plompen (JRC-Geel, Belgium)
- Enrique González (CIEMAT, Spain)
- Roberto Capote (IAEA, Austria)
- Gabriel Pavel (ENEN, Belgium)
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
- Carlos Guerrero
- Begoña Fernández
- José Manuel Quesada
- Joaquín Gómez Camacho
- María Ángeles Millán
- Pablo Pérez Maroto
This school receives funding from the H2020 Euratom research and training program 2014-2018 under grant agreement No 847594 (ARIEL).