Call for Proposals: January 2019-December 2019
Deadline for submission of proposals: 12th November 2018
The call for proposals for beam time in 2019 is now open
ISA welcomes applications from national or international groups, for access to any ISA research facility for the period January-December 2019.
Approximately 75% of the available beam time (ISA schedule 2019) will be distributed on an annual basis by an independent users selection panel, based on scientific merit. Hence all users are requested to submit a proposal and beam time request form for the period January 2019-December 2019 to ISA, by the 12th of November 2018.
The remaining 25 % of the beam time will be distributed during the year to new proposals, test experiments and approved experiments.
Access will be supported for use of the synchrotron-radiation beam lines at ASTRID2.
If you have any questions regarding the availability of a beam line during the course of this proposal period please contact the relevant beam line scientist as listed below. For general scientific and technical questions you can contact:
Zheshen Li (Matline) +45 2338 2346 Søren V. Hoffmann (UV, CD) +45 2338 2344 Nyk Jones (UV, CD) +45 2338 2355 Philip Hofmann (SGM3) +45 871 55612 Henrik B. Pedersen (AMO) +45 871 55653
New users are advised to contact the relevant contact person prior to submitting a proposal.
ISA is a member of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme CALIPSOplus, which supports transnational access to synchrotron light sources and FELs within Europe. Therefore funds are available to support scientists from EU members and associated states who wish to use the facilities at ASTRID2 in 2019. (This support is not available to scientists who have their host institute within Denmark).
For eligible users from the EU member states and associated states (Iceland, Israel, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey),
applying for access and economic support under the project CALIPSOplus, see this page for further information.
Last Modified 08 October 2018