Jülich and the European Spallation Source
News September 28, 2010
Neutron scattering gives us unique insights into matter. It is therefore indispensable both for basic and application-oriented research. The world's most powerful neutron source - the ESS European Spallation Source - is planned to go into operation in the south of Sweden in 2018, and Jülich will be part of it. Prof. Sebastian Schmidt, who has been coordinating the German contributions to the planning phase since 2009, and Prof. Dieter Richter, Director at IFF-5 (Neutron Scattering), explained to the German internet portal "Welt der Physik" what is behind this major project and what opportunities it offers for research.