Visit of Canadian Neutron Science Delegation to ESS

A high-level delegation of scientists, institutional directors and government representatives will travel from Canada for a series of meetings and exchanges with representatives from ESS and its Host States.

The presentations and discussions will focus on the current and future state of neutron science in Canada and Europe, including current science, research infrastructures, and collaboration opportunities.

This three-day event is a follow-up to ESS's October 2016 visit to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering's (CINS) annual meeting, and aims to strengthen relations between ESS and the Canadian neutron user community.

The meetings will take place variously at ESS HQ in Lund, the ESS construction site and at the Admiral Hotel in Copenhagen between Tuesday, November 21, and Thursday, November 23.

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