SµS Swiss Muon Source
Call for Proposals for µSR Experiments at the SµS
Deadline for Proposals:
December 9, 2013, midnight (Swiss time)
This call is open for the instruments
DOLLY, GPD, GPS, HAL-9500, LEM and LTF
For the instruments GPD, GPS, HAL-9500 and LTF:
Note for the new
HAL-9500 (high-field) instrument: Please contact the instrument
scientist prior to your submission to ensure the feasability of your proposal.
For the instruments LEM & DOLLY:
Allocation period: approx.
end of May to December 2014
DOLLY instrument: Allocation period: September to December 2014
The exact allocation period for the instrument DOLLY will be known
once the full requests for the area piE1 (i.e. muSR and particle physics)
will be known (approximately mid-February).
Note that the second call in 2014 (2/2014) will NOT be open for the LEM &
Proposals have to be
submitted via the DUO web interface.
For details on how to use the Digital User Office to submit µSR
proposals or continuation requests see
DUO for SµS.
For the Bulk µSR Facilities (for information see
PSI µSR User Facilities : Instruments),
in addition to the normal access mode (i.e. Proposals) beam time
can possibly be obtained through Requests for Urgent Beam Time (see
Allocation periods: see above.
Deadline for submission in DUO:
December 9, 2013, midnight (Swiss time).
Please note: this is a "hard" deadline - post deadline editing of
proposals will be disabled.
2. Requests for Urgent Beam Time (Director's Discretion Time)
Reserved for feasibility tests or urgent measurements on
new materials. A very limited amount of beam time is reserved for
urgent beam time requests. For the request of urgent beam time (typically
1 or 2 days) an informal letter containing the relevant information
about the project, the sample, the requested instrument and number of
necessary days may be addressed electronically at any time of a running cycle
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Dr. Elvezio Morenzoni|| || ||Head of LMU Laboratory
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