[Neutron] Workshop on Neutron for the Earth Sciences

HUNTER, Brett bah at ansto.gov.au
Mon Nov 11 17:47:18 CST 2002

Workshop on Neutrons for the Earth Sciences 12 and 13 December 2002

On the 12th and 13th of December 2002, the ninth workshop to discuss the neutron-beam
instrumentation for Australia's Replacement Research Reactor will be held at Lucas Heights. The
subject will be the scientific applications to earth sciences.  

The purpose of the workshop is to:
- demonstrate the applications of these methods to Australian industry, government and universities,
- make a start on defining specifications for instrumentation and sample-environment apparatus at
the Australian Replacement Research Reactor. 

The workshop is open to all participants, and there are funds to support travel for staff and
students from Australian and New Zealand Universities.
You can register via http://www.ansto.gov.au/ansto/neut/workshop8_reg.html

A list of some of the talks include:

Neutrons and the interface between Earth, Mineral and Materials Sciences, John Parise, SUNY Stony
Brook, USA   

Recent Progress on High Pressure-High Temperature Neutron Diffraction Studies, Yusheng Zhao, Los
Alamos National Laboratory, USA       

Title to be Announced (Simon Redfern, Cambridge University and ANU)

Applications of Neutron Radiography to problems in the Natural Resource Industry (Mike Middleton,
Curtin University)

Small-Angle Neutron Scattering and Petroleum Geology (Andrezj Radlinski, Geosciences Australia)


Dr Brett Hunter
Bragg Institute
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NSW  2234, Australia
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email      bah at ansto.gov.au
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