Capital Roadmap for Photoelectron Spectroscopy: EPSRC survey canvasses user views on future development

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To get a better understanding of the future needs for investment in cutting-edge and underpinning equipment that will support world-leading physical science and engineering in the UK, EPSRC is working with the academic community to prepare a series of "equipment roadmaps".

Together with the Capital Equipment SAT, Photoelectron Spectroscopy has been identified as an area of focus for a roadmap. Dr David Payne (Imperial College London) is leading the development of this roadmap with a working group of experts.

The working group wants to collect views from the broader user community on the future developments and capital investments required to ensure the UK remains/becomes internationally-competitive in the broad fields of research underpinned by photoelectron spectroscopy.

EPSRC invites you to complete this important survey, contribute your opinion and ensure your voice is heard.

The last day for responses is Monday 14 March 2016.