The decision was announced during the closing session of the 31st LNLS Annual Users Meeting (RAU), on November 11th, 2021
In 2021, the LNLS Users Group (LNLSUG) organized the first LNLSUG PhD Thesis Award to recognize outstanding research work using LNLS facilities.
Submissions were received by the LNLS Users Committee. Eligibility of the PhD thesis and candidate required that (i) the research performed by the candidate at LNLS facilities must be key for the main conclusions of the PhD thesis, and (ii) the thesis must have been successfully defended between January 1st 2019 and July 31st 2021.
The candidates were evaluated by the LNLS Users Committee according to the quality and impact of the PhD work within the context of the field, the importance of the results obtained at LNLS in supporting the main conclusions of the PhD work, and the quality and capability of the candidate based on the thesis manuscript and associated published work.
The decision was announced during the closing session of the 31st LNLS Annual Users Meeting (RAU), on November 11th, 2021.
This call for proposals intends to supply beamtime for the users during the beamline commissioning period
LNLS is developing courses with a focus on fundamental aspects for the use of the new beamlines