[Neutron] DEADLINE EXTENDED--Invited Speaker Nominations for 2012 American Conference on Neutron Scattering
Neutron Scattering Society of America
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2012 American Conference on Neutron Scattering
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS OF INVITED SPEAKERS--DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 7, 2011
The deadline to nominate invited speakers for the 2012 American Conference on Neutron Scattering has been extended to December 7. We are mainly interested in nominations of speakers not affiliated with the nominee.
The 2012 American Conference on Neutron Scattering (ACNS) will be held at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center in Washington DC from June 24-28, 2012. Hosted by the NIST Center for Neutron Research and sponsored by the Neutron Scattering Society of America, this sixth conference in the series will feature a combination of invited and contributed talks, posters sessions, tutorials and an industrial exhibit.
Your nomination should include two separate documents. First, a PDF document with one publication that supports the nomination. Second, a PDF document with the following information:
--Nominee: name, affiliation and email
--Nominator: name and affiliation
--Sorting Category: see below for list
--Justification: a short paragraph (150 words max)
Sorting categories are listed below as well as on the conference Web site at www . mrs . org/acns-2012.
--Plenary and Prize sessions
--Sources, Instrumentation and Software
--Soft Condensed Matter
--Hard Condensed Matter
--Energy and Engineering Applications
Please submit your nominations by December 7 to kriss at mrs.org.
We thank you for your assistance and hope to see you in Georgetown in June.
Nitash Balsara, ACNS 2012 Program Co-Chair
Stephan Rosenkranz, ACNS 2012 Program Co-Chair
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