[Neutron] THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT -- SIXTH LANSCE USER GROUP MEETING
Audrey L. Archuleta
ala at lanl.gov
Tue Sep 9 10:48:47 CDT 2003
LANSCE<http://lansce.lanl.gov/usermtg6> User Group Meeting
Los Alamos, NM USA
October 19-21, 2003
The Sixth LANSCE User Group (LUG) Meeting will be held at the Los Alamos
Neutron Science Center on October 19-21, 2003. The goal of this meeting is
to promote interactions between fields that rely on neutron science, and to
share the excitement of scientific discoveries and discuss upgrades that
enhance our scientific output. Discussion topics include advanced
radiography, biomolecular scattering and diffraction, defense-related
nuclear and materials science, magnetic materials, materials science,
nanotechnology, and nuclear and astrophysics to address issues in defense,
basic, and industrial research.
Poster Abstracts -- October 3
Hotel Reservations -- October 3
Early Registration* -- October 5
Late Registration -- from October 6 to on-site (late fee applies)
STUDENT TRAVEL SUPPORT:
A limited amount of travel support (up to US $800 per student) is available
on a first-request basis. Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible.
Students granted funds must participate in the poster session. Funds should
be requested on the registration form.
CALL FOR POSTER SUBMISSIONS:
Abstracts for posters are being solicited in all areas related to user
science at LANSCE. Prizes will be awarded for the top student posters. All
students receiving travel support to attend the meeting must submit a
poster; see web site for details. Poster abstracts must be submitted by
The LUG Executive Committee has organized an excellent program for LANSCE
users and potential users. See the meeting web site for details.
FOR INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION http://lansce.lanl.gov/usermtg6/ OR
CONTACT THE LANSCE USER OFFICE AT 505-665-1010.
*Non-US citizens must register by the early registration deadline of
October 5 in order to complete the DOE foreign visit process. Certain
countries have longer approval lead-times. If you feel this might apply to
you, please contact the User Office at 505-665-1010 ASAP.
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