Switzerland’s Scientific Membership officially renewed

On 15th July Switzerland’s Scientific Membership of the ILL was officially renewed for another 5 years, from 2019 to 2023.

Switzerland has been an ILL Scientific member since 1988. 

The Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI) committed to 'maximising the potential of this collaboration by supporting Swiss research institutions engaged with the ILL in research projects of mutual common interest'. Read here the Swiss Government's press release.

The contribution of Swiss scientists to the Endurance modernisation programme will be particularly welcome. ILL is very happy to continue this collaboration whose success is attested by these detailed statistics.



From left to right Dr Markus Appel, ILL scientist, Mr Gregor Haefliger, Prof. H. Schober and Prof. Christian RüeggDuring the visit to ILL instrument ThALES: Dr P. Steffens, Dr M. Boehm, Mr Xavier Reymond, Mr Gregor Haefliger, Prof. Helmut Schober and Prof. Christian Rüegg