AINSE ANBUG Neutron Scattering Symposium 2018

The AINSE-ANBUG Neutron Scattering Symposium for 2018 was held on the 19-21 November at the AINSE theatre. A hundred delegates from 54 institutions travelled to Sydney from across Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Japan and Sweden.  A full set of statistics about the conference and diversity can be found here.  The ANBUG executive wishes to thank all of the delegates and the organising committee led by Gail Iles (RMIT) for an enjoyable and successful meeting. We look forward to seeing many of you again at the joint ANBUG-ANSTO user meeting later in 2019. 

 

Congratulations to the following PhD students who received prizes:

Best PhD Thesis – Grace Causer (University of Wollongong)

Best Oral Presentation (1st Place) – Isaac Graham (University of New South Wales)

Best Oral Presentation (2nd Place) – Katherine Chea (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)

Best Oral Presentation (3rd Place) – Tara Brown (University of Wollongong)

Best Poster Presentation (1st Place) – Mostafa Masud  (University of Queensland)

Best Poster Presentation (2nd Place) – Nur Mod Darbi  (University of Auckland)

Best Poster Presentation (3rd Place) – Joseph Vella  (University of Auckland)

 

 

 

 

Abstract submission now open for AANNS2018

The 2018 ANBUG-AINSE Neutron Scattering Symposium will be held on 19th – 21stNov 2018 at the AINSE conference centre, Lucas Heights, New South Wales, at the site of the ANSTO-operated OPAL research reactor near Sydney. The symposium is the biennial meeting of the neutron scattering community in Australia and New Zealand, and also welcomes the many international users of the Australian OPAL research reactor.

Abstracts can now be submitted at the conference webpage. Abstract submission will close 23 September.