Home Event Announcement | 11th European NESY Winterschool & Symposium on Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation | Update: Deadline for registration extended to January 25th, 2019

Announcement | 11th European NESY Winterschool & Symposium on Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation | Update: Deadline for registration extended to January 25th, 2019

23rd December 2018

The 11th European NESY Winterschool & Symposium on Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation will take place March, 4th-8th 2019 in Altausee (Austria). This bi-annual event has meanwhile a strong tradition for the Austrian Neutron & Synchrotron User community as a platform to exchange their activities and to educate young academics. This school gained over the years also European significance, proven by up to 30 % non-Austrian participants mainly from central Europe.

The school & symposium will cover introductory tutorials in the morning, contributed scientific talks in the late afternoon, topical highlight lectures in the evening, and a continuous poster session. Graduate students and young scientists just starting to work in this field are particularly encouraged to register and to submit an abstract.

The programme will encompass the tutorial part in the morning and the scientific part in the afternoon – starting after the skiing break!. So, this school & symposium addresses both: students and beginners in the NESY field, as well as researchers that are already experts on their fields, but want to learn new complementary techniques. Thus, for participating actively send us your abstracts.

The abstraction and registration deadline is set now to the January, 25st 2019

The school venue, the JUFA Altaussee in Styria, is directly located at the slope of the winter resort “Loser” in the “Salzkammergut”, which is quite the center of Austria’s Alps. Thus excellent possibilities for downhill or cross-country skiing, snow-boarding and alpine ski-touring are close around the hotel. (You can also just enjoy the snowy winter or explore a salt mine!)

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