FW: Post-doc-IPNS

Worlton, Thomas tgworlton at anl.gov
Tue May 2 18:24:57 CDT 2000

 Dear All,
Just a reminder for those how are wanting to come to the Powder Diffraction
Symposium in Sydney
Abstracts are due soon (May 8th or so)
2nd AINSE Symposium on Neutron Scattering Powder Diffraction 
Thursday 22nd June 2000, AINSE Conference Theatre
Lucas Heights, Sydney, Australia
Associated meetings in the same venue: Australian Neutron Beam Users Group
(Workshop on Thursday evening)
Friday 23rd June 2000
Australian Synchrotron Research Program Annual Users Meeting
Second Call for Papers
The project to build a world-class neutron source and instrument suite to
replace HIFAR is underway. 
Internationally competitive powder diffraction instruments are a high
priority and planning for their 
development will start soon. This meeting is intended to provide a forum for
all Australian researchers 
who now use or are interested in using neutron diffraction techniques on
powdered and polycrystalline 
samples, here and overseas. The meeting will include an introduction to
powder diffraction by an 
international expert, research papers and an opportunity to make input to
the planning process for 
powder diffraction at the new research reactor.
The organisers cordially invite you to attend the Symposium to talk about
your research, techniques and the future. We intend that the Symposium will
be a valuable experience for research students.
Invited Speakers
Dr Alan Hewat, Head, Diffraction Group, Institute Laue-Langevin, Grenoble,
Professor Klaus Yvon, Professor of Crystallography, University of Geneva,
Symposium topics
· Crystal structure solution
· Quantitative Phase Analysis
· Microstructure
· Residual stress
· Disordered and amorphous materials
· In-situ studies
· Instrumentation
Thursday 22nd June 2000 
0900 Arrival and Registration
0930 Plenary lecture on structure solution using powder diffraction
1010 Contributed paper
1030 Morning coffee
1050 Contributed papers
1210 Lunch and Poster Session
1400 Plenary lecture on advances in powder diffraction techniques
1440 Contributed papers
1540 Afternoon tea
1610 Contributed papers
1710 Close of Symposium

1800 Dinner

1930 Workshop
Future of Australian Neutron Beam Users Group
Plans for powder diffraction at the new reactor
Friday 23rd June 2000
Australian Synchrotron Research Program Annual Users Meeting
Program in preparation. Separate announcements will be available shortly. 
Enquiries should be directed to Richard Garrett Tel: 02 9717 3657 email:
garrett at ansto.gov.au <mailto:garrett at ansto.gov.au> 
Deadlines for AINSE Symposium
Receipt of one page abstract Monday 8 May 2000
Notification of acceptance Monday 22 May 2000
Receipt of registration and payment Monday 29 May 2000
Registration Fees
Full registration fee if paid by 29 May 2000 $50
Full registration fee if paid after 29 May 2000 $80
Student registration fee if paid by 29 May 2000 $20
Student registration fee if paid after 29 May 2000 $30
Students must be able to supply evidence of enrolment in an AINSE member
The registration fee includes morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea on
Thursday 22nd June.
ANBUG will sponsor the dinner on Thursday 22 June 2000. 
AINSE subsidies 
AINSE may provide a subsidy towards twin-shared accommodation for the night
Thursday 22nd June 2000 and, funds permitting, travel for authors and
of contributed papers and posters from AINSE member universities who do not
in Sydney. Preference will be given to post-graduate students. All qualified

registrants will be automatically considered for a subsidy.
The registration form may be down loaded from the AINSE home page site
http://www.ainse.edu.au <http://www.ainse.edu.au> 
For further information please contact
Symposium Manager
AINSE Symposium on Powder Diffraction
PMB 1, Menai, NSW 2234
Tel: 02 9717 3436
Fax: 02 9717 9268
Email: ainse at ansto.gov.au <mailto:ainse at ansto.gov.au> > 
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