ABSTRACT SUBMISSION NOW CLOSED
Due to various covid restrictions the comittee has decided to change this to an online only event, ANSTO hopes we can commence face to face meetings next year.
A schedule of online webinars allows scientists who have accessed any of ANSTO’s research infrastructure, and includes the beamlines of the Australian Synchrotron, neutron scattering instruments at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering, instruments the Centre for Accelerator Science and deuterated products from the National Deuteration Facility, to showcase their work during the last year.
The event will coincide with the combined annual meetings of the Australian Neutron Beam Users Group (ANBUG) and the Australian Synchrotron Users Advisory Committee (UAC).
The announcement of excellence in neutron and synchrotron research awards takes place during the meeting.
Investigations using the instruments extend to a diverse range of scientific areas including advanced materials, biomedicine, life sciences, food science, physics, surface and condensed matter, chemistry, soft matter and crystallography, manufacturing and engineering, earth, environment and cultural heritage and research relating to the instruments and instrument techniques.
AINSE is offering up to 100 student registrations for students from AINSE Member Universities to attend this event with preference given to students that are presenting either an oral or poster.