DENIM XI has been announced as a hybrid event, hosted by ISIS at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, UK, from September 13 to 15, 2022. The International Society of Neutron Instrument Engineers is eager to return to a live (hybrid) conference at the site of the first DENIM in 2012.
You can register for DENIM XI at the event website.
DENIM 2021 was held virtually on 13~17 September 2021. Talks and videos can be found on the DENIM archives page.
The International Society of Neutron Instrument Engineers (ISNIE) is a community of practice which brings together technical, scientific and administrative personnel involved in the design, operation or support of neutron scattering instruments and/or infrastructure.
It is a global community linked by a passion for what we do, and a belief that we all benefit from sharing our knowledge and in doing so learning together. The Society was created in 2017 as a platform for supporting collaborative activities within the community and for communicating our passion with the outside world.
The societies membership is upwards of 200 drawn from more than 21 science facilities and support organizations around the globe.
the society organizes a number of events within the community:
– The annual Engineering workshop DENIM (Design and Engineering of Neutron Instruments Meeting), held over 3 days covering the full range of aspects of instrument and infrastructure design, engineering, project management and operation.
– The annual Neutron instrument engineering summer school, ISNIE Engineering Summer School held over one or two days at host facilities and offering short crash courses on specific engineering or operational topics delivered by some of the community’s top experts.
– A standing ISNIE expert panel, composed of some of the community’s most knowledgeable members, available to requesting facilities to conduct engineering reviews.
And finally this community website, our platform for communication, our base for collaboration between members and continued knowledge sharing throughout the year.
Membership of the society is free and open to all personnel working at neutron scattering or research facilities anywhere in the world. Corporations supporting the community are very welcomed and encouraged to join ISNIE but with restricted access to some society resources.
Please take a look around and if you like what you see consider following the link Membership and signing up.
Beyond 2022, plans for DENIM are:
Jülich: DENIM XII Sept 2023
In the meantime, please stay healthy and safe, and keep in touch. Your questions are welcome, either via your local ISNIE facility representatives or directly through the contact link on the ISNIE website
the archives collect presentations from past meetings and are available for viewing or download along with select photos and notes provided by members.
ISNIE Engineering Summer School
Material concerning the topical ISNIE Engineering Summer Schools may be found here.
If you have a question for the community on any aspect of facility engineering, construction, operation or management, then you might consider taking a look in the community’s Frequently asked questions (FAQ) page.
Frequently asked questions
Or ask it here on the community’s forum.
Opportunities for employment at neutron scattering facilities may be found here.
Facility Job Postings