ECNS 2015 will present plenary lectures by leading scientists, plus invited talks and poster presentations. There will be parallel symposia covering frontier scientific areas.
The city and the meeting venue will provide an ideal backdrop for scientific discussion, and the organizers are working to organize an event optimized for interaction and interchange.
Prague, Czech Republic
ECNS2011, is organized on behalf of the European Neutron Scattering Association (ENSA) by the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the Charles University in Prague and the Nuclear Physics Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
ECNS-2011 continues the successful series of meetings that have been held in:
Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics and Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR
The scientific programme will consist of Plenary Lectures, Parallel sessions of lectures on various specific themes and poster sessions. Appropriate full papers presented at the conference will be published in special issues of Journal of Physics Condensed Matter and Measurement Science and Technology.
The European Conference on Neutron Scattering to be held in Montpellier, France, is the third of a series of successful meetings organized by the European Neutron Scattering Association. After Interlaken in 1996, and Budapest in 1999, ECNS 2003 will provide a new forum for scientists working in neutron science. The broad field investigated by neutron scattering, which includes physics, chemistry, biology, materials science and applications will be covered. Advances in instrumentation will be an important aspect of the conference. The participation of young scientists will be strongly encouraged. The “Walter Halg Prize” and the “Young Scientist Awards” will be presented at the conference.
Université Montpellier II
Besides the scientific case various adjoining events and meetings (Introductory Course, Young Scientists Panel, Exibitions…) as well as enjoyable social programmes will make ECNS’99 – we believe – an important and attractive gathering of the neutron research community. Thanks to the enthusiastic work of the International Programme Committee members nearly 250 lectures were proposed for plenary and invited talks.