2-4 November 2022
ILL Chadwick Amphitheatre
Europe/Paris timezone
Registrations will soon be open!

Call for Abstracts

  • Opening day
  • Submission deadline

The talks will be valuable contributions presenting recent scientific and instrumental breakthroughs. They will trigger discussions about the state of the art and open the paths toward the collaborative development of modern high-field magnets for neutron scattering facilities.

Invited speakers are requested to submit a 20-line abstract. Best efforts are demanded to match the objectives of the session to which speakers were invited:

  • Talks of the session “Inspiration for the use of high-B fields” should focus on the scientific topics of greatest interests requiring very high magnetic fields which should be investigated in the 5-10 years to come with neutron scattering.

  • Talks of the session “Experience with pulsed fields | Science & Techniques” should focus on either the expertise gained while carrying out experiments with pulsed magnetic fields or while developing pulsed field magnets.

  • Talks of the session “Experience with static fields | Science & Techniques” should focus on the expertise gained while carrying out experiments with static magnetic fields or while developing static field magnets.

  • Talks of the session "Projects | Specifications & Roadmap" should present a preliminary design study of a pulsed or static field magnet of next-generation or help define the specifications of the future magnets to be used at current and future neutron sources.

The call for abstracts is closed.
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