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The Secretariat would like to take this opportunity to remind you to submit an abstract to ensure you are considered for inclusion in the Conference programme.

Abstract Guidelines
* An abstract may consist solely of a summary (of up to 300-words).
* Authors are encouraged, but not required, to submit extended abstracts of greater length up to a limit of 5 pages including figures.
* For extended abstracts, authors should follow the abstract template on the website.

Successful authors will be eligible to apply for a number of travel grants and prizes including the Otto-Kratky Award and the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) Award.

All details for the Abstract Submission process plus information on travel grants and prizes can be found on the Conference website www.sas2012.com<http://www.sas2012.com>.

Should you have any questions please contact the Secretariat on:

SAS2012 Conference Secretariat:
GPO Box 3270
Sydney NSW 2001

Tel: (02) 9254 5000
Fax: (02) 9251 3552
Email: abstracts@sas2012.com<mailto:abstracts@sas2012.com>

Best Wishes,
SAS2012 Conference Secretariat

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