the latest outcomes
events & highlights
Sixth batch of NFFA-Europe proposals: evaluation completed!
Thirty-one proposals were collected at the deadline of 17 July 2017 and evaluated.
New capabilities available at NFFA-Europe
Novel approaches and experimental setups expand the lithography & patterning as well as characterization of NFFA-Europe
Important information for NFFA-Europe users: new limits for access requests and reminder on scheduling timeline!
New limits are established for the amount of access that can be requested:
PETRA IV Nano workshop 9-11/10/2017 in DESY Hamburg
PETRA IV preparation workshop entitled “Imaging of surfaces, interfaces and nanoobjects: local structure, defects and composition” will take place 9-11 October 2017 at in DESY Hamburg, Germany.
Open Call for Short-Term Visits to NFFA-Europe Facilities
PhD students, post-doctoral and young researchers, as well as engineers and technicians, from both academia and industry will be allowed to spend a week on a laboratory of the NFFA-Europe Consortium to gain hands-on experience of advanced services for nanoscience and nanotechnology.
12 December 2016
NFFA-Europe presented at ANNIC 2016
NFFA-Europe was presented to potential users at the Applied Nanotechnology and Nanoscience International Conference (ANNIC 2016), held in Barcelona on Nov 9-11.
23 November 2016
Catalysis in a nanoparticle
Getting insight into structural changes of the surfaces of the nanoparticle during a catalytic reaction. A pioneering experiment within the Joint Research Activities of NFFA-Europe.
05 July 2016
Neutron Scattering facilities in Europe - ESFRI, PSE SWG
European Landscape of Research Infrastructures: Neutron scattering facilities in Europe - Present status and future perspectives.
12 March 2016
The ESFRI Roadmap 2016 -launch
The ESFRI Roadmap was launched and is now accessible.
05 November 2015
New Chair ESFRI - Prof. Giorgio Rossi
Our warmest congratulations to Giorgio Rossi!
PhD Student Offer in Lensless Imaging (Algorithm development)
Within the framework of a project to develop new concepts of coherent imaging techniques in the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) range.
PSI | Villigen | Switzerland
10 July 2017
21 November 2016
This research project has received funding from the EU's H2020 framework programme for research and innovation under grant agreement n. 654360 from 1/9/2015 to 31/8/2019
For more information please contact
privacy & cookies
You're being redirected, please wait few moments...
You're already authenticated