New service for Beamtime request

Beamtime request serviceA new service for the Beamtime proposal request has been developed at CMAM.

The new service is intended to improve the quality of the beamtime request process, specially to simplify the method of applying for beamtime at CMAM beamlines.

If you wish to send a beamtime proposal, you can register at the new page and start using the service.

Your feedback (comments, sugestions and detection of bugs) is highly apreciated and can be through our forum available within the application itself. Please do not hesitate contacting with us.

Login to Beamtime request service and enjoy it.

  

 
Open days at the accelerator
X semana de la Ciencia!!!

CMAM is going to participate in the "X Semana de la Ciencia", organizing the activity "Writing and Reading" with ion beams: The accelator of CMAM", which are two open days to visit the accelerator. The following open days will be at CMAM on November 11th and 18th 2010, 9am-13:00pm.

 

For more information about this event, you can visit the website about the activities of the Science week or our facebook

 

CMAM and UCCUAM  open a contact channel with high school students.

UCCUAM logo
Dear friend, high school student:

The Center for  Micro Analysis of Materials (CMAM) and the Scientific Culture Unit (UCCUAM) of the Autónoma University of Madrid (UAM) launch a pilot initiative to communicate with schools and students and promote vocations in scientific careers. We have now virtually open, and will then do it materially, the CMAM infrastructures, so that you can familiarize yourself with the world and issues of scientific research and take part in a debate, contributing with questions, ideas and teamwork.

You find an open contact channel on inve...@uam.es or find us on facebook page. Another channel will open soon and will consist  in a online journal published by the UCCUAM, which will feature a section dedicated to  the publication of works by high school students.

We hope you will appreciate the initiative and we rely on your participation and support to give it the widest reach. Our first hope is to make available a tool to orient your training, if if you wish, to research and science.

 
Fifth GUPIX school is started
Gupix Training school

CMAM and CNA, together with Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and Universidad de Sevilla, have arranged a GUPIX Training School  which is taking place in Spain on the 27th of September of this year. This school is structured very similar to the schools that took place in 2005 in both Paris and Florence, especially as regards their interactive nature, with the "students" solving PIXE programs on individual computers as we proceed. The school is being run by Professor J.L. (Iain) Campbell, from University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada and assisted by Dr. Novella Grassi, from LABEC, INFN Florence.


 
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