A look into the revolution of new compact accelerator-based neutron sources

Neutrons are a unique probe to study the structure and dynamics of matter. The advent of high-intensity compact accelerator-driven neutron sources (HICANS) will make access to  neutrons easier than today’s sources. With HICANS, large universities and research centres will be able to host their own neutron sources, gaining independence from large facilities using nuclear reactors or spallation sources.

IMoH Conference 2022 will analyse the following main topics:

Day 1. State of the Art and Applications of HICANS

Day 2. Neutron Science

Day 3. Opportunities and Challenges of HICANS

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Thomas Brückel

Director of the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science

Robert McGreevy

Former Director of the ISIS facility at the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

Juan Rodríguez Carvajal

Senior Fellow of the ILL- Institut Laue-Langevin

Tommy Nylander

Professor at the Physical Chemistry Division of the University of Lund

Ferenc Mezei

European Spallation Source, ESS Lund / Mirrotron


Alain Menelle

Laboratoire Léon Brillouin.
CEA-CNRS Paris-Saclay

Thomas Gutberlet

Head of High Brilliance Source Project HBS at Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS-2)

Diego Alba Venero

ISIS Neutron and Muon Source,
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (UK)

Vicky García Sakai

ISIS Neutron and Muon Source

Erik Fernández Escudero

General Manager of INEUSTAR,
the Spanish Science Industry Association

Sandra Cabeza

ILL- Institut Laue-Langevin

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