Daejeon Convention Center, Daejeon, Korea
ICNS2017 will be the latest and largest international platform for sharing and exchanging recent advances in neutron scattering science. On behalf of our organizing committee, we cordially invite you to submit your research and join the exciting international conference.
Are you expecting to participate in ICNS 2017 conference next year? You better mark these dates on your schedule calendar!
Organized by Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute and Korea Neutron Beam User Association
Edinburgh International Conference Centre, Edinburgh, UK
ICNS 2013 will bring together scientists from a wide range of disciplines including biology, chemistry, earth science, engineering, materials science and physics.
Institute of Physics, 76 Portland Place, London
Institute of Physics
76 Portland Place
Tel: +44 (0)20 7470 4800
Fax: +44(0)20 7637 4266
Knoxville Convention Center, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA
Sponsored by the Neutron Scattering Society of America (NSSA) and hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, this meeting will provide an international forum for scientists interested in:
• sharing new results enabled by neutron scattering experiments in scientific and engineering fields including condensed matter physics, engineered and applied materials, soft condensed matter and biological science, minerology and earth science, neutron physics, and instrument concepts and devices and energy science
•presenting ideas on new and novel techniques in the field of neutron scattering
•promoting collaborations and interdisciplinary partnerships
•featuring updates on facility development and expanding capabilities for advanced neutron sources
•discussing how neutron scattering might expand its role in the study of new and emerging scientific topics
Sponsored by the Neutron Scattering Society of America (NSSA) and hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Neutron Scattering Society of America
The ICNS 2005 meeting will be in beautiful Sydney, city of water and light, in the spring of 2005.
This will be a very special time for neutron scattering in Australia, as it co-incides with the commissioning of Australia’s new high-flux reactor neutron source.
The conference will follow the tradition established by the previous meetings: ICNS 2001 (Munich), ICNS 97 (Toronto), ICNS 94 (Sendai), ICNS 91 (Oxford), ICNS 88 (Grenoble), ICNS 85 (Sante Fe) and ICNS 82 (Hakone).
ICNS 2005 will provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of recent developments in neutron sources, the techniques of neutron scattering and their application to physics, chemistry, biology, materials science and industry. The conference will bring together scientists using neutrons and instrumentation specialists. Topics include * Condensed matter physics * Condensed matter chemistry * Earth sciences * Industrial and medical applications * Life sciences and biology * Magnetism * Materials science * Soft condensed matter * Advanced neutron sources * Neutron instrumentation
International Advisory Committee
Organising Committee Chair: Brendan Kennedy.
Programme Committee Chair: Evan Gray.
Publications Committee Chair: Stewart Campbell.
Technische Universität München, Munich, Germany
The conference intends to bring together scientists using neutrons and instrumentation specialists. Advanced instrumentation for the ever increasing needs of the scientists will be one of the central points of the conference. The conference will largely support the participation of young researchers. The ICNS2001 will provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of recent developments in neutron sources, the techniques of neutron scattering and their application to physics, chemistry, biology, material sciences and industry.
Technische Universität München