HIP NEWS, 22 October 2018
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT COLLOQUIUM ON 26.10.2018 AT 14.15 IN D101
The next departmental colloquium takes place this week. Our speaker on Friday will be another new professor in our department, Simo Huotari. Simo is Professor of Experimental Materials Physics here in Helsinki. He has made an international career in the use of synchrotron light for materials research, having most notably worked 7 years at ESRF – The European Light Source. In his talk, titled “Let there be light: X-rays for life sciences, mathematics, cultural heritage, energy, health, and environment”, he will tell us more about his work and how it connects across disciplines.
The talk will last about 30 minutes, after which there will be a cocktail reception. Welcome!
For more information please visit: http://blogs.helsinki.fi/physics-colloquium/
JUNO-Eu press release
For the past three days about 40 physicists from Italy, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia and Finland were taking part in the JUNO Europe Meeting in the AGORA building of the University of Jyväskylä. JUNO is a medium-baseline reactor neutrino experiment being constructed in Southern China with the aim to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy and perform precision measurements of the Pontecorvo–Maki–Nakagawa–Sakata matrix elements. European scientists make a significant contribution to this international effort involving currently over half a thousand scientists from 72 institutions in 17 countries.
The main topics of the meeting included JUNO-related physics and software, photo-sensors and electronics, scintillator issues, top tracker, etc. In the concluding session the status and perspectives of scientific projects in the Pyhäsalmi mine were presented and discussed. In particular, in the context of the upcoming European Strategy Discussion, a possibility to locate there a giant neutrino observatory of the next generation for Astrophysical measurements was presented and deliberated. On the first day of the meeting 19 participants visited the mine. The previous JUNO meeting in Finland took place in October 2015. At that time 30 participants toured the underground infrastructure of the mine.
JUNO-Eu meeting was organized by the Accelerator Laboratory of the Physics Department at the University of Jyväskylä (http://www.jyu.fi/hendes ) together with INFN Milan (http://www.mi.infn.it/en/ ) and chaired by Gioacchino Ranucci (INFN) and Wladyslaw H. Trzaska (JyU). The event was co-sponsored by the Kerttu Saalasti Institute (http://www.oulu.fi/ksi-eng/ ) and Callio Lab (https://callio.info ).
Open Access Week 2018 – Designing Equitable Foundations for Open Knowledge
Open Science Kiosk – Hosted by HUlib
Tuesday 23 October at 11.00 – 13.00, Kumpula, Physicum lobby
Open Science afternoon – Hosted by HUlib
Wednesday 24 October 2018 at 12.00–14.00, Think Corner
This event will give you an opportunity to ask the Finnish research funders about Plan S – an initiative to make full and immediate Open Access to research publications a reality.
Programme and more information: http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/oa-week2018
Open Access -service at HULib:
email@example.com – Questions about self-archiving or Open Access publishing? Any feedback concerning the Open Access week 2018?
#openaccess #openscience #ORCID #selfarchiving #kukaomistaajulkaisusi
DEPOSIT SERVICE: YOUR ARTICLE VIA TUHAT TO HELDA
E-print in arXiv tai biorXiv? The library takes care of the self-archiving. As soon as your article has been published in a journal or you have submitted your article, please send the name of the journal and the arXiv/biorXiv address of the article to the library: firstname.lastname@example.org. The library archives the latest version of the publication in HELDA digital repository via TUHAT research database.
HELDA (Digital Repository of the University of Helsinki)
Green Open Access: depositing an article or a version of it into the institutional repository. Usually free of charge. http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/oa/eng/gold
Deposit service is for staff and students who have a TUHAT profile.
More information: email@example.com
Green OA http://libraryguides.helsinki.fi/oa/eng/gold
The Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation.
Donations and scholarships are available for application on a continuous basis.
(In Finnish) Apurahahaku: Ympäristöteknologian tutkimus- ja kehitystyöhön apuraha
Apuraha myönnetään ansioituneelle ympäristöteknologian osaajalle tutkimus- ja kehitystyöhön. Apurahan tarkoituksena on edistää teollisuuden ympäristöteknologian tutkimusta ja tutkimustulosten hyödyntämistä teknologiatuotteina ja -palveluina.
Vapaamuotoinen hakemus toimitetaan rahaston asiamiehelle viimeistään 10.12.2018.
Teknologiateollisuuden 100-vuotissäätiö (the Technology Industries of Finland Centennial Foundation) PoDoCo Fall 2018 Application Round
PoDoCo is a matchmaking program supporting long term competitiveness and strategic renewal of companies and the employment of young doctors in the private sector.
Application round will take place within 15.9.-31.10.2018.
More details http://techfinland100.fi/podoco-fall-2018-application-round/
The Runar Bäckström Foundation
The aim of the Runar Bäckström foundation is to encourage and support inventions that are beneficial to Finnish businesses and thereby strengthen their global competitiveness.
Application round within 1.10. – 14.12.2018.
More details http://www.runarbackstrominsaatio.fi/en/
(In Finnish) Sigrid Juséliuksen Säätiö
Syksyn 2018 hakuaika on 26.10. – 28.11.
Apuraha on suunnattu kahdelle eri kohderyhmälle lääketieteelliseen tutkimukseen: varttuneet tutkijat ja nuoret ryhmänjohtajat.
Join the Wide hackathon challenge and win a 2500 € gift card!
Open science is becoming crucial for advancing science and society. This is why the University of Helsinki IT Center is joining forces with the National Library, the IT center for science CSC, and Helsinki Think Company, the entrepreneurship society of the university, to organize WIDE – Open Source Science 26–28 October in Helsinki.
Find more information and apply for WIDE before 11 October!