[Neutron] Early Career Researcher meeting organised by UK Neutron Scattering Group (10-11 Nov)
Gregory Smith - STFC UKRI
gregory.smith at stfc.ac.uk
Mon Aug 15 12:42:44 CEST 2022
The UK Neutron Scattering Group (UK NSG) will be returning to holding an in-person Early Career Meeting on 10-11 November 2022. (We define early career as within 12 years of the award of the final degree.) It will be held at Cosener's House in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK.
The event will involve a mix of social, networking and scientific programme and should be a great opportunity for early career neutron scatterers to gather together in person with like-minded researchers.
More information about the event is available on the webpage or by contacting the organisers (myself or Andrew McCluskey at the ESS.)
To enable early career researchers to interact at this event, the entire scientific programme is coming from the participants of the course. Abstract submission is open now and closes on 13 October 2022.
I look forward to seeing you here in Oxfordshire in November!
All the best,
Gregory Smith (he/him/his)
Instrument Scientist, ISIS Neutron and Muon Source
Science and Technology Facilities Council
gregory.smith at stfc.ac.uk<mailto:gregory.smith at stfc.ac.uk>
Tel: +44 1235 394272 | Mob: +44 7541 207173
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