[Neutron] Abstract submission for PNCMI 2022 extended to this Friday, May 6, 2022
Chen, Wangchun (Fed)
wangchun.chen at nist.gov
Mon May 2 17:03:51 CEST 2022
Thank you all those who have already submitted abstracts for PNCMI 2022<https://pncmi2022.umd.edu/>. The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to this Friday, May 6, 2022. If you intend to attend PNCMI 2022 and have not yet submitted an abstract, please Click here to submit your abstract<https://pncmi2022.umd.edu/abstract-submission/>.
If you have not registered for the conference, please click here to register<https://app.certain.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x3147446abcd>. Please be aware that it is the height of tourist season, and it is recommended to book the hotel early if you intend to book extra nights outside the conference dates.
The conference is intended to be held in-person from July 25 to 29, 2022 at the Graduate Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, Maryland, USA, and is organized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology Center for Neutron Research in concert with the University of Maryland. The meeting will feature invited and contributed talks, poster sessions, and a tour of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Center for Neutron Research.
PNCMI is the most comprehensive conference on the latest scientific research using polarized neutrons and on related instrumentation development. The topics will include:
* Multiferroics and chirality
* Strongly correlated electron systems
* Frustrated and disordered systems
* Quantum materials
* Magnetic nanomaterials
* Thin films and multilayers
* Soft matter
* Polarized neutron instrumentation
* Polarized neutron techniques and methods
For more information, please visit the PNCMI 2022 website: https://pncmi2022.umd.edu/ or email pncmi2022 at nist.gov<mailto:pncmi2022 at nist.gov>
We look forward to receiving your abstract(s) and meeting you in Annapolis.
On behalf of the PNCMI 2022 organizing committee
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