The new online system, available from September 2014, will take users through the following step-by-step procedure:
• Experiment - provide a brief summary of the experiment to be undertaken
• Facility Access - state the access route for your application
• Funding - state any funding relevant to this proposal
• Experimenters - provide the names of the experimental team
• Beamline - select which beamline you wish to apply for
• Beamline Questions - specific questions to aid technical assessment and scheduling
• Publications - list recent publications at Diamond
• Samples - submit details of the samples for the experiment
• Science case - two page scientific case to support your proposal
• Terms and Conditions - must be accepted before proposal submission
The "How to Write Proposals, Do's and Don'ts" document contains useful information on proposal preparation.
Post-Docs, Support Scientists, Postgraduate and Undergraduate students cannot be Principal Investigators.
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