[Neutron] First Circular and call for abstracts Deutsche Neutronenstreutagung 2016
info at sni-portal.de
Mon Feb 22 12:24:00 CET 2016
Dear neutron users in Germany,
you are invited to submit abstracts for the German Neutron Scattering
Conference 2016. The conference will take place in Kiel from Sept. 20 to
22, 2016 and it covers the entire bandwidth of research with neutrons
(condensed matter physics, nuclear and particle physics, chemistry,
biology and medicine, materials science, geosciences, cultural heritage,
magnetism and superconductivity, soft matter, nanostructures and
interfaces, neutron radiography and tomography and last but not least,
methods and instrumentation).
Four minisymposia with invited speakers will focus on the topics:
* Proteins: Dynamics and interactions
* High brilliance compact neutron sources - status and perspectives
* Neutron spectroscopy for dynamics in confinement
* Materials characterisation
The conference language is English.
*Abstract deadline: April 15, 2016*
*Notification of abstract acceptance: end of May 2016*
*Registration and payment until July 31, 2016*
Details on abstract submission, registration and information can be
found at the conference website:
We encourage young scientists to submit a talk or a poster. The
conference fee, which is as low as 50 EUR, is supposed to allow
attendance for young researchers.
The Deutsche Neutronenstreutagung 2016 (German Neutron Scattering
Conference 2016) is initiated by the Komitee Forschung mit Neutronen
(KFN) and organized by the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht and the
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel. On the evening of Sept. 21,
2016, the conference participants are invited for a round cruise on the
Kieler Förde onboard the "Adler Princess".
We are looking forward to you!
Martin Müller, Klaus Pranzas, Peter Staron, Regina Roßmann, Nicola
Kampner and Karin Griewatsch.
dn2016 at sni-portal.de
P.S.: Please excuse multiple emails with this call.
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