The bicameral decision formalizes Switzerland’s accession to ESS and extends the Swiss financial commitment through 2026.
Incorporated into the rural landscape of southern Sweden, the construction of the various ESS buildings and facilities comprises one of the largest active infrastructure projects in Europe.
Combination of Neutron Scattering Techniques Provides First-Time Data on High-Stress States of Granular Material
What do you get when you pack 549 steel ball bearings into a cylindrical die, apply 850 bar of axial pressure, and bombard it with neutrons? The same 549 ball bearings and a lot of data.
Part of an integrated small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) instrument suite at ESS, SKADI analyses materials’ structures at the largest scales possible with neutron diffraction.
Quasi-elastic neutron scattering demonstrates proton mobility within dental cements as a function of time and temperature.
With the casting of the first 10-meter section of the accelerator tunnel walls in the last week of January, the European Spallation Source (ESS) began to go vertical.
This intensely observed two-day meeting brought a capacity crowd to the UK venue where an important exchange of new ESS neutron technologies came face to face with the lessons learned at ISIS during...
The report covers The European Spallation Source ESS AB financials for the fourth quarter of 2014. It includes introductory remarks by ESS Director General and CEO Jim Yeck.
Professor Bill Stirling, Director of the Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL), made a two-day visit to ESS. He was briefed on the progress of the project and held meetings to discuss where the two facilities...
Brighter neutron flux and experienced French-German collaboration brings long-awaited routine to the study of complex molecular and kinetic systems.
An international collaboration of scientists opens new horizons in powder diffraction and expands the potential for determining the structures of new and more complex materials.
Reflections on previous research focus the future of neutron optics for large-scale facilities in Europe. The second article in our series on instruments designed for ESS.