19-21 November 2018
AINSE Conference Centre New Illawarra Road Lucas Heights NSW 2234 Australia
Australia/Sydney timezone

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We are pleased to announce that the 2018 ANBUG-AINSE Neutron Scattering Symposium will be held on 19th – 21stNov 2018 at the AINSE conference centre, Lucas Heights, New South Wales, at the site of the ANSTO-operated OPAL research reactor near Sydney.
The symposium is the biennial meeting of the neutron scattering community in Australia and New Zealand, and also welcomes the many international users of the Australian OPAL research reactor.

About the Symposium

Welcome to the AANSS 2018 website. This year, we have extended the programme to take place over three days. There are a number of sessions in various fields of science such as physics, chemistry, biology and engineering. There will also be a session dedicated to neutron techniques.

This symposium is suitable for undergraduate and postgraduate students, postdoctoral researchers and scientists.  Limited accommodation is available on site.

We are keen to make this symposium available to as many people as possible, therefore student fees will be low. In addition, students presenting from AINSE member institutions requiring flights to Sydney are eligible to apply for an AINSE travel scholarship. AINSE funding is for flights only with a limited number of scholarships available.

We are excited to provide this opportunity to share the latest progress in science and engineering in the neutron scattering world. We look forward to receiving your abstract and hearing about your research in November.  

We acknowledge the Dharawal speaking people, traditional custodians of the land, and pay our respects to elders past and present.

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AINSE Conference Centre New Illawarra Road Lucas Heights NSW 2234 Australia
AINSE Conference Centre, New Illawarra Road, Lucas Heights, NSW 2234, Australia

Abstract submission deadline: 7th October 2018

Abstract acceptance: 15th October 2018

Registration deadline: 30th October 2018

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