Czech in kind contribution to ESS Target station: Fluid Systems reached the CDR
Lund/Řež 31/8/2017: The Czech in kind contribution to the European Spallation Source (ESS) construction passed an important milestone. The target primary (Agreement TIK 5.1) and interme-diate (Agreement TIK 5.2) water cooling systems and the air conditioning including heating sys-tems of the target building (Agreement TIK 5.3) successfully passed the milestone of the Critical Design Review (CDR).
Michal Landa died
Ing. Michal Landa, CSc., a key scientist at the ESS Scandinavia-CZ project and the Head of the Laboratory of Ultrasound Methods of the Institute of Thermomechanics of the CAS, suddenly died on April 10th, 2018 in the unexpected 53 years in Vsenory near Prague. Honor his memory!
Young scientists from ESS Scandinavia-CZ have a prestigious publication
The work of the ESS Scandinavia-CZ project involves several young scientists and PhD students in the team of Dr. Kristian Máthis. Two of them, Klaudia Horváth and Gergely Farkas, are co-signed with K. Máthis under the article summarizing part of the results of their research, published in the February issue of the prestigious international professional journal Materials.
Building Europe’s Next Flagship Engineering Diffractometer: The Future is BEER
This is the first in a series of articles highlighting the instruments selected to enter Phase 1: Preliminary Engineering Design, for the European Spallation Source (ESS) suite of instruments. Twenty-two instruments are anticipated at ESS. The instruments in this series are expected to enter the ESS user program by 2023 and will address the needs of the ESS core user community.