[Neutron] First Announcement of 2005 International Conference on Neutron Sc attering, Sydney, Australia (27th November to 2nd December 2005)

ROBINSON, Robert rro at ansto.gov.au
Fri Sep 26 19:35:28 CDT 2003

To register interest in attending ICNS2005, see http://www.sct.gu.edu.au/icns2005/interested.html
ICNS 2005 in Sydney, Australia (http://www.sct.gu.edu.au/icns2005/announce.html)
27th November to 2nd December 2005
Honorary Conference Presidents: Trevor Hicks and John White.
The organisers are delighted to invite you to attend the next ICNS meeting in beautiful Sydney, city of water and light, in the spring of 2005.
This will be a very special time for neutron scattering in Australia, as it co-incides with the commissioning of Australia's new high-flux reactor neutron source.
The conference will follow the tradition established by the previous meetings: ICNS 2001 (Munich), ICNS 97 (Toronto), ICNS 94 (Sendai), ICNS 91 (Oxford), ICNS 88 (Grenoble), ICNS 85 (Sante Fe) and ICNS 82 (Hakone).
ICNS 2005 will provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of recent developments in neutron sources, the techniques of neutron scattering and their application to physics, chemistry, biology, materials science and industry. The
conference will bring together scientists using neutrons and instrumentation specialists. Topics include
*	Condensed matter physics 
*	Condensed matter chemistry 
*	Earth sciences 
*	Industrial and medical applications 
*	Life sciences and biology 
*	Magnetism 
*	Materials science 
*	Soft condensed matter 
*	Advanced neutron sources 
*	Neutron instrumentation
The organisers
International Advisory Committee
Organising Committee Chair: Brendan Kennedy.
Programme Committee Chair: Evan Gray.
Publications Committee Chair: Stewart Campbell.

Robert A. Robinson
The Bragg Institute, Building 58
Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Menai                  tel:  +61-(2)-9717-9204
NSW 2234           FAX: +61-(2)-9717-3606
AUSTRALIA         e-mail:  rro at ansto.gov.au

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