[Neutron] First webinar for the Global Neutron Scientists (GNeuS) postdoctoral training program

Stephanie Chapman - STFC UKRI stephanie.chapman at stfc.ac.uk
Mon Dec 6 11:56:52 CET 2021

First webinar for the Global Neutron Scientists (GNeuS) postdoctoral training program
Global Neutron Scientists (GNeuS, https://gneus.eu/) is a five-year Marie-Skłodowska Curie Acton (MSCA) COFUND project that will train the next generation of neutron scientists through a well-structured postdoctoral research program, with a strong interdisciplinary and intersectoral approach and global outreach. The first call for GNeuS postdoc positions in neutron science is currently open, with a submission deadline of 15 January 2022, 18:00 CET.
To find out more about the GNeuS project, including the application process, join the first GNeuS webinar on 16 December 2021. Simply connect to the webinar at 9:30 CET using the link https://bluejeans.com/702216338/4509. You can find out more about the webinar and view the program at https://gneus.eu/webinarcall1/

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement N°101034266.

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