Ken-Ting National Park, Taiwan
This meeting traditionally spans the complete spectrum from the latest results and discoveries in neutron scattering, over fundamental sciences to applied research. We also focus on novel neutron instrument concepts to make use of the remarkable science across multiple fields such as physics, chemistry, biology, material science, materials engineering, neutron sources, and instrumentations.
The Asia-Oceania Conference for Neutron Scattering(AOCNS) is a platform for more than 500 scientists in the Asia-Oceania, Europe and America regions to share their latest results. Additionally, prestigious American President Award winner in this field and the representatives of the neutron facilities across Asia-Oceania, Europe and America are invited, to share their outstanding works and updates of their state-of-the-art neutron facilities.
This conference will cover recent advances in the applications of neutron scattering in all science areas:
Programme highlights include:
S1. Condensed Matter Physics
S2. Materials Science and Chemistry
S3. Soft Matter Systems
S4. Food and Biological Science
S5. Engineering and Industrial Applications
S6. Fundamental Physics
S7. Sources, Methods, and Techniques
More details "here":https://www.aocns2019.org/index.php?action=info&cid=8
Present your research – submit abstracts by 15 August 2019.
Oral and poster abstracts are now invited on the conference topics and should be submitted using the online abstract submission system.
Through the AONSA Young Scholar Awards and AONSA Poster Awards, the participation of the next generation of scientists is highly encouraged, creating a vibrant forum where scientists from all over the world can meet to discuss and exchange their latest cutting-edge results on neutron scattering sciences.
We welcome your participation and look forward to receiving your abstracts.
Please pay close attention to our updates on "www.aocns2019.org":www.aocns2019.org
Novotel Manly Pacific, Sydney, Australia
The Conference, the second in the series, will provide delegates with an opportunity to share related knowledge, understanding, examine research findings and discuss the latest developments in neutron scattering.
The Conference is aimed at those who use (or would like to use) neutron scattering facilities in the Asia-Oceania region.
The meeting will bring together physicists, chemists, biologists, earth scientists and engineers together with specialist facilities-based neutron scatterers from throughout the Asia-Oceania region and beyond.
Rebecca Deal AMM CEM (Event Manager)
+61 2 9254 5000
GPO Box 3270
Sydney NSW 2001
Tsukuba International Congress Center
* Hard matter, Material science, Chemistry
* Soft matter, Bio-macromolecules
* Hot topics
* Complementary use of neutron and other techniques
* Industrial application
* Neutron techniques
* Fundamental physics and neutron properties
* Facility report
JSNS and AONSA
J. Suzuki & F. Maekawa