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Proposals>Multiprobe Experiment (IMSS)
 cha Multiprobe Experiment (IMSS)

Call for Proposal(in the first half of FY2021) - Multiprobe Experiment (IMSS)

  Institute of Materials Structure Science (IMSS), KEK is a research organization that researchers from both inside and outside Japan study the structure and functionality of materials using synchrotron radiation at Photon Factory (PF), slow positron at Slow Positron Facility, neutron and muon beam at Materials and Life Science Experimental Facility (MLF) in Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex(J-PARC).

   MSS publicly calls for the experiment proposals in which no less than two of the four beams above are required to be used, as Multiprobe Experiment. IMSS welcomes the submission of the research proposals by researchers of foreign countries as well as those from Japan. Qualified applicants are those from national, public or private universities as well as from national, public or non-profitable research organizations.

1. Categories
 

There are two types of experiment as of FY2021. This time (in the first half of FY2021), only "Expert" type-proposals will be called for.

 
type of experiment
Expert
Standard
season of proposal
once a year (November) twice a year (May/November)
valid period of experiment
3 years 1 year
nature of experiment
research project which requires no less than two of the 4 beams below
-Synchrotron Radiation
-Slow Positron
-Neutron
-Muon
research project which requires no less than two of the 4 beams below
-Synchrotron Radiation
-Slow Positron
-Neutron
-Muon
examination
(1)submission documents
(2)interview
(3)Result and score are decided by project advisory committees (PAC) of related probes
(1)submission documents
(2)document examination
(3)Result and score are decided by project advisory committees (PAC) of related probes.
conditions for adoption
needs full approvals by all probes decided by each probe(only approved probes are available )
evaluation
yearly none
 
2. Deadlines and Procedure
 
(a) Application: Designated application form (WORD) is downloaded from here.
(b) Deadline: 13th November (Friday), 17:00 (Japanese Standard Time)
(c) Submission:
· Please send the completed application form of WORD or PDF flie to kyodo1[at]mail.kek.jp   (Research Collaboration and User Support Office).
· The e-mail should be titled [Multiprobe_EXproposal(spokesperson’s name)].
· In case the email becomes 3MB or more, please inquire about the other address to the office in advance.
· After submission,Research Collaboration and User Support Office will send an e-mail to notify that the proposal is received.  
· Please contact Research Collaboration and User Support Office if you do not receive the confirmation e-mail within three days.
 
3. Review of the proposals
 

Proposals are evaluated based on scientific merit, technical feasibility of the research plan, capability of the experimental group and necessity of using multiple beams. The research proposals are restricted for peaceful purposes only, based on Resolution No. 3 of the 33rd extraordinary general meeting of the Physical Society of Japan (Butsuri, 23 (1968) 250, in Japanese) and on the decision of the 522nd committee (Butsuri, 50 (1995) 696, in Japanese).

 
4. Publication of Results
 

Experimental results should be published in the Activity Report and/or in other academic journals or presented at conferences. In these publications, it should be clearly expressed that the research work is carried out based on Multiprobe Experiment at KEK.

Concerning the rights on the results from the experiment(s) and their Intellectual Property, please contact Research Collaboration and User Support Office in the Research Cooperation Division.
 
 5. Inquiries should be sent to:
 (1)About the application forms
   
Research Collaboration and User Support Office
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)
E-mail: kyodo1[at]mail.kek.jp
 (2)About the experiments
   
Kenta AMEMIYA
Director, Center for Integrative Quantum Beam Science (CIQuS), IMSS-KEK
E-mail: kenta.amemiya[at]kek.jp
 
6. Others
 

· The title, name and affiliation of the spokesperson will be opened through web and publications.

 

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