Registrations for the AANSS 2020 virtual meeting are open and will close on the 4th November 2020. Don’t miss your opportunity to hear about all of the this year’s exciting developments in neutron scattering science in the Australasian region. Register here today.
There’s a little over 2 weeks left to submit your abstracts to present at the virtual AANSS 2020 meeting in November. The plenary and invited speakers below have already confirmed their attendance, don’t miss out on presenting alongside them. Students and early career researchers are encouraged to apply for oral presentations as well as poster presentations and there will be prizes to be won by the best student talks and posters.
Confirmed plenary speaker
Confirmed invited speakers
Abstract submission is now open for the ANBUG-AINSE Neutron Scattering Symposium 2020. The deadline for abstract submissions is 1st September 2020 and the theme areas for the symposium this year are as follows:
- Advanced Materials
- Biological Systems
- Biomedicine & Food Science
- Chemistry & Crystallography
- Cultural Heritage
- Earth & Environment
- Magnetism & Condensed Matter
- Manufacturing & Engineering
- Neutron Instruments & Techniques
ANBUG would like to congratulate the 2019 ANBUG award recipients on their exceptional achievements utilising neutron scattering. The following four awards were announced at the recent ANSTO User Meeting held at Macquarie University in December 2019 and the executive committee and entire ANBUG community would like to congratulate the awardees:
ANBUG Career Award for lifetime achievement – Prof. Stewart Campbell (UNSW Canberra)
ANBUG Neutron Award for achievements >10 years post-PhD – Prof. Vanessa Peterson (ANSTO)
ANBUG Young Scientist Award for achievements <10 years post-PhD – Assoc. Prof. Rico Tabor (Monash University)
ANBUG Outstanding PhD Award for the best PhD thesis submitted to the judging panel from an Australian or New Zealand university – Dr Timothy Murdoch (PhD conferred from Newcastle University)
ANBUG member and diffraction expert at the Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering, Helen Maynard-Casely, has been travelling the country delivering the Australian Institute of Physics’ Women in Physics Lectures on “How Neutrons Will Save the World”. You can revisit Helen’s journey around the nation through her Twitter feed.
The website for the ANSTO User Meeting 2019 has gone live. The meeting will be held at Macquarie University on 2nd-3rd December 2019 and will bring together the users of ANSTO’s neutron, synchrotron and accelerator infrastructure. Follow announcements relating to the meeting at the meeting website and under the AUM2019 tab above.