ReMade@ARI aims to offer the best existing analytical facilities, instrumentation, methods and the know-how to use them for advanced materials characterization! The participating facilities aim to realize your idea, and make a substantial impact on the circular economy.
The idea behind the program is to submit a scientific proposal to the centralised portal and to apply for access to various participating facilities all over Europe. Those facilities might be synchrotrons, neutron sources, laser labs, NMR facilities etc. Please take a look at the full catalogue of techniques.
At PSI beamlines at SINQ (SANS-I) and SLS (Super-XAS) participate in the program.
Reimbursement procedure of travel and subsistence costs
Once accepted and funded the participating users can claim their travel costs from the project. The reimbursement of your travel and subsistence costs will be provided by the central reimbursement office of the ReMade project. The contact address is: email@example.com
The facilities as access providers have no individual budget for travel costs and can’t claim travel costs for access in their financial statement to the EC.
A maximum of two researchers per experiment/visit are entitled to the following reimbursement:
• A flat rate of 300 EUR per user for travel costs.
• A flat rate of 50 EUR per night for accommodation up to a maximum of 6 nights.
ReMade@ ARI proposals are awarded experiment time in two or three facilities. The travel reimbursement is applicable for one visit per facility.
For accommodation, a maximum of 6 nights per visit per person will be reimbursed. The overall duration of a stay must be consistent with the experiment days scheduled. If users arrive earlier or stay longer, the extra nights will not be reimbursed. The maximum number of reimbursed nights is the number of experiment days plus two.
Meals or other subsistence costs are not reimbursed separately.
Exceptions to these rules are possible if they are justified. If you think this is the case, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The central reimbursement office will collect invoices and receipts to document the claim made by the user. The user should send these documents digitally (pdf scan). All invoices and receipts should be issued in the name of the user (not their institute or the access provider). Only individual users can be reimbursed. The travel costs will be reimbursed by bank transfer to the personal bank account of the user.