A £1.5 million grant from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
SESAME has appointed Professor Riccardo Bartolini as Technical Director to oversee its technical infrastructure through the laboratory’s start-up phase.
The school covers a comprehensive training in this subject with theoretical classes and hands-on sessions.The school will take place in AMMAN, 14-19 APRIL 2018, and is open to up t
15th SESAME Users Meeting (18th – 19th December, 2017)
Gerasa Hotel, Amman, Jordan
Following an open call, nine students from SESAME members have been awarded training Fellowships to work in European light source laboratories in 2018.
Scope of this action: Training of young science administrators and managers from the SESAME Members in two workshop modules.
SESAME gets its first detector – the PILATUS3
ICTP-SESAME Fellowships, 2016
IAEA/SESAME is announcing new call For applications for training fellowships.
Pre-announcement of Call for Proposals.
During a visit he paid to SESAME on 11 April, the Ambassador of Iran to Jordan, Mojtaba Ferdosipour, indicated his country’s intention to intensify further its cooperation with SESAME, a position v
In September 2015, 27 physics students and teachers from Bahrain, Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Pakistan, Palestinian Authority and Turkey took part in the 1st student and teacher school for SESAME held a
On 6 August 2015, the Minister of Science, Technology and Space (MOST) of Israel, Danny Ben Yosef Dannon, visited SESAME together with other high-ranking members of his Ministry, including Mr Ido S
SESAME, in collaboration with the IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), is pleased to announce short-term fellowships (2-6 months) for young scientists from the SESAME Members needing to acqui
The 13th SESAME users’ meeting will take place in Amman on November 25 and 26, 2015. It will include:
On 13 April, the European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, Carlos Moedas, and the Director General of CERN, Rolf Heuer, visited SESAME where
The new SESAME roof is now fully in place.
Reconstruction of the roof of SESAME’s experimental hall started on 6 December 2014, and the skeleton, consisting of the spine truss, secondary trusses, sway trusses and bracers, is now in place.