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International Workshop on Position Sensitive Neutron Detectors

PSND2018

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15 May 2018
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17 May 2018
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Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany

The availability of highly efficient, large-area, position-sensitive neutron detectors is still of the highest importance in current and future research with neutrons. Intense upgrade program at existing facilities and the advent of future spallation sources have fostered the development of new advanced detection systems. Huge progress has been achieved in the field of alternative detection technologies which are close to the stage of application. This Workshop will focus on the development of a wide range of neutron detectors covering many applications. The Workshop will offer an outstanding opportunity for scientists and engineers, interested in neutron detection methods and technologies to meet and discuss their ideas with colleagues and exhibitors from around the world.

More at www.fz-juelich.de/PSND2018


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