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[SA_scat] SRMS-MEDSI 2010 - 3rd Announcement, Call for Abstracts


Dear Colleague,  


3rd Announcement- Abstract submission closing 01st March 2010... 


Diamond Light Source is proud to host the 7th International Conference
on Synchrotron Radiation in Materials Science and the 6th International
Conference on Mechanical Engineering Design of Synchrotron Radiation
Equipment and Instrumentation.


These conferences will be held from Sunday 11 - Wednesday 14 July 2010
at the SAID Business School in Oxford, UK.


The website for these conferences is now live at www.srmsmedsi2010.org
<http://www.srmsmedsi2010.org/>  where you can find details of speakers
and programmes, and a downloadable pdf poster for the event. Abstract
submission is now open for both conferences and will close on the 01st
March 2010. 


We hope that many of you will be interested in submitting an abstract
and topics for SRMS will include:

- Extreme Conditions

- Bio Materials 

- Engineering Materials 

- Cultural Heritage 

- In-situ Growth of Surfaces 

- Femtosecond Dynamics 

- Coherence and Imaging 

- Electronic Structures 

- Energy Storage 

- Polymers and Soft Matter 

- Instrumentation 

- Strongly Correlated Systems 

- Disordered Materials 

- Catalysis

- Magnetic Materials 


For MEDSI the following topics are of particular interest:

- Accelerator, Insertion Devices and Front-Ends 

- Precision Controls & Mechanical Systems 

- Engineering Challenges of Free-Electron Lasers 

- Developments in beamline optics & end stations 


Full registration will open on 1 April 2010, and close on 31 May 2010.
If your organisation is interested in exhibiting or showcasing itself at
these joint conferences, a list of opportunities available at


In the meantime, if you have any queries regarding this event, please do
not hesitate to contact me.


Kind regards,


Laura Holland

Member of the local organising committee for SRMS and MEDSI 2010


E-mail srmsmedsi@diamond.ac.uk





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