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Jülich Centre for Neutron Science Celebrates 10th Anniversary

21 March 2016. The Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS) celebrated its 10th anniversary with a special event. Together with colleagues from Forschungszentrum Jülich and the international neutron community, the staff of JCNS marked the occasion with a series of lectures.

In their lectures, the keynote speakers Prof. Dr. Richard Wagner, former member of the Board of Directors, Prof. Sebastian Schmidt, member of Jülich's Board, Prof. Dr. Dieter Richter, JCNS, Prof. Dr. Ghaleb Natour, director at the Central Institute for Engineering, Electronics and Analytics (ZEA), Prof. Dr. Thomas Brückel, director at JCNS, and Prof. Dr. Helmut Schober, Institut Laue-Langevin (ILL) reflected on the history of the institute, took a look into the future, and also presented highlights from the world of research with neutrons.

JCNS was founded in February 2006, shortly before the Jülich research reactor FRJ-2 (DIDO) was shut down in order to pool neutron activities at Jülich and external sources. Since then JCNS has successfully pursued its unique strategy in neutron research of providing its users with outstanding instruments at internationally leading neutron sources combined with an excellent scientific environment in selected research fields.

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Celebrating Jülich Centre for Neutron Science's Tenth AnniversaryThe keynote speakers (from the left): Prof. Thomas Brückel, director at JCNS, Prof. Ghaleb Natour, director at ZEA, Prof. Helmut Schober, ILL, Prof. Dieter Richter, JCNS, Prof. Sebastian Schmidt, member of Jülich's Board of Directors, and Prof. Richard Wagner, former member of Jülich's Board.
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