[Neutron] Meeting Announcement: Neutron Scattering from Biological
Radaelli, PG (Paolo)
P.G.Radaelli at rl.ac.uk
Wed Nov 3 15:25:07 CST 2004
The Institute of Physics and the Faraday Division of the Royal Society
of Chemistry Neutron Scattering Group
Student and Young researcher bursaries available for
Neutron Scattering from Biological Systems
Cosener's House, Abingdon, OXON, 13-14 December 2004
The Neutron Scattering Group is pleased to offer a number of student and
young postdoctoral researcher bursaries to assist with the costs of
attending the British Crystallographic Association Physical Crystallography
Group autumn 2004 meeting on Neutron Scattering from Biological Systems.
Applicants are expected to be contributing at the meeting through either a
poster or oral presentation.
Applications should be submitted to the group chairman (Prof Don McKenzie
Paul) as soon as possible. The number and value of bursaries awarded will be
limited by available funds, something of the order of ten awards being
available. Successful applicants will be required to claim their travel and
subsistence awards against receipts.
Applications should take the form of a letter of introduction from the
student, outlining their background and the contribution they expect to
make. Each application should also be supported by a letter of reference
from the student's supervisor. Informal applications by email or telephone
would also be welcomed.
Successful applicants are expected to acknowledge the support of the Neutron
Scattering Group in their presentation, and on their return, provide the
Neutron Scattering Group committee with a short written report on their
contribution and the meeting of 200 words or half a page of A4.
Eligibility: Applicants are expected to be student members of the Institute
of Physics or the Royal Society of Chemistry, and also to be a member of the
Neutron Scattering Group (or be in the process of joining). A maximum of two
bursaries can be awarded to a given student in the course of their PhD
studies, and, in general, no applicant is eligible to receive more than one
bursary in any academic year.
Prof Don McKenzie Paul
Chairman of the Neutron Scattering Group
Department of Physics
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
Tel : 024 76 523603
Fax : 024 76 692016
Email : phrje at warwick.ac.uk
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