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[SA_Scat] Symposium: 40 years of neutron scattering

The NIST Center for Neutron Research will be hosting a small symposium “40 Years of Neutron Scattering”. This event is to honor the contributions of three recent retirees, John Copley, Bill Kamitakahara, and David Mildner.  We will celebrate their contributions to neutron scattering at NIST and look ahead to how they have laid the groundwork for future advances.  This full-day event will be held on February 18, 2016 at the NIST Center for Neutron Research and consist of a dozen talks by scientists whose research was and is enabled/impacted by our honorees.   The event will conclude with a dinner and presentation at the Gaithersburg Marriott Washingtonian.
We very much hope that you will be able to attend this celebration. Please note that we have rather short notice to finalize the organization and there will be a cutoff date for the hotel. Registration is encouraged ASAP since it will help us estimate final numbers.
RegistrationThe cost of the event is $156 which will include coffee breaks, lunch and the banquet registration.
Registration is available through NIST: CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION<https://www.fbcinc.com/e/NIST/Neutron/attendeereg.aspx>
If you are not planning to attend but would like to send some words for any or all of the honorees, please send an email to: yamali@nist.gov<mailto:yamali@nist.gov>.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to ask.

Dan Neumann, Craig Brown, Paul Butler, and Yamali Hernandez

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