ILL’s DOIs for data : a simple tool, yet so powerful !
Researchers worldwide now have an easy way to request access to experimental data collected at the ILL if they are still under embargo (for a period of period of 3 to 5 years after the experiment)… or to simply download the data after they are publicly released.
So what is the FILL2030 project about?
Within the framework of FILL2030, the ILL is designing its new business model to support the neutron users community with optimised services and financial resilience beyond 2030
FILL2030 is a project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Whilst neutron scattering in Europe combines extremely advanced experimental techniques with a high-throughput, high-impact approach, the number of neutron facilities in Europe is being reduced. The arrival of the ESS in the mid-2020s will not initially compensate for this.
It is the ILL’s role to support the neutron users community by harnessing funding and developing the user base beyond 2030.