FW: Summer School on Neutron Scattering

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Mon Apr 15 10:55:22 CDT 2002

From: McIvor, Alastair - NRC [mailto:Alastair.McIvor at nrc.ca] 
 We are pleased to announce that D. Allan Bromley, Sterling Professor of the
Sciences at Yale University, will be the keynote speaker at this year's
Summer School on Neutron Scattering to be held at the Chalk River
Laboratories, Canada, between the 16th and 21st of June.

>From 1994 to 2000, Professor Bromley served as Yale's Dean of Engineering.
He was the first Cabinet level Assistant to the President of the United
States for Science and Technology and Director of the White House Office of
Science and Technology Policy (1989-1993).  A distinguished nuclear
physicist, he is known as the father of modern heavy ion physics for his
pioneering studies on the structure and dynamics of nuclei.

Professor Bromley was born in Westmeath, Ontario and received his B.Sc. and
M.Sc. degrees from Queen's University and a Ph.D. from the University of
Rochester. He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and in 1988
was awarded the National Medal of Science. He has served as President of the
AAAS, of IUPAP, and of APS and holds 32 honorary doctorates from
universities in Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa and the
United States.

For information on the summer school and registration forms, see the web
site http://neutron.nrc.ca/school1.html <http://neutron.nrc.ca/school1.html>

Faculties are encouraged to download a poster for the Summer School to
enable students who are interested to read more about it.
http://neutron.nrc.ca/pdf/lowres.pdf <http://neutron.nrc.ca/pdf/lowres.pdf> 

Alastair McIvor 

Scientific Communications Officer 
National Research Council 
Neutron Program for Materials Research 
http://neutron.nrc.ca/ <http://neutron.nrc.ca/>  

(613) 584 8811 x6274 

Building 459 
Chalk River Laboratories 
Chalk River 
K0J 1P0 

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