Event Details

Sample environment equipment and support are vital elements in the success of neutron scattering experiments. The 8th International Workshop on SE@NSF will bring together scientists, engineers and technicians to exchange experience and discuss new ideas. The workshop is being hosted by ISIS, STFC at Eynsham Hall in Oxfordshire. It will begin with a reception on the evening of Sunday 12th October and end after lunch on Thursday 16th October 2014.

The Workshop has been generously sponsored by a number of companies at 'Gold, Silver and Bronze' levels. Product and contact details of these companies may be accessed via the 'Sponsoring companies' link above.



There will be oral and poster presentations. The submission of abstracts will open on the 24th March.




£800 (Sunday evening until Thursday afternoon)

£700 (Monday morning until Thursday afternoon)

Early Bird prices now finished.



Payment Details:

When you submit your registration you should receive an immediate confirmation that contains a link to our secure credit card payment form. You may also pay by one of the methods described in the ‘SE@NSF How to Pay' document which may be accessed from the link at the top of the page.

Start Date: Sunday, 12th October 2014
End Date: Thursday, 16th October 2014

Price: £0
Fee Info: Options: Early Bird prices ran out 30th June. £800 (Sunday evening until Thursday afternoon) £700 (Monday morning until Thursday afternoon) The registration fee includes all accommodation, meals, social events and the workshop banquet from Sunday night through to Thursday lunch.

Spaces Available

5 remaining out of 70 spaces

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Venue Details

Eynsham Hall
North Leigh, Oxfordshire, OX29 6PN
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DAY 5 | 1000SBM-JRA

Accommodation Details

Prices shown are for single occupancy of double rooms. If you are bringing a partner, double occupancy bed & breakfast is £23.50 extra per night. Please indicate your requirements on the registration form.
For further information contact Meeting Administrator