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[SA_Scat] 2nd Call and Registration Open : Neutrons and Food 4 :May 31st - June 2nd 2016

Registration Now Open - Neutrons and Food 4May 31st - June 2nd 2016Lund, Sweden
Dear Colleagues
Following the success of the previous meetings in Sydney, Delft and Paris, the fourth Neutrons & Food meeting will be held in Lund, Sweden from 31st May to 2nd June 2016.
Registration is now open! Please submit abstracts and register at http://www.neutronsandfood.org<http://www.neutronsandfood.org/>
Abstract submission deadline : April 29th 2016Registration deadline : May 15th 2016
This biennial series of meetings aims to bring together scientists and technologists from the food science community with those expert in the application of scattering methods. Since the first meeting in Sydney, the subject matter has expanded beyond neutron scattering to include other scattering and radiographic methods. This year we will be incorporating a session dedicated to the final meeting of the project "New X-ray Imaging Modalities for High Quality and Safe Food” lead by Robert Karup Feidenhans’l from Copenhagen University.
We welcome participants and contributions from the wider community of food science and product development, food packaging, and nutrition, as well as scattering.
Confirmed keynote speakers are:
Dr. John van Duynhoven (Unilever)Dr. Grethe VestergĂĄrd Jensen (Copenhagen University)Dr. Alan Mackie (Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK)Prof. Michael Rappolt (Leeds University)Prof. John White (The Australian National University - SNSS joint speaker)
This year’s meeting is also held in conjunction with the Swedish Neutron Scattering Society meeting (30th - 31st May) and we have a joint keynote speaker - Prof. John White from ANU - on the morning of the 31st May.
There will be a tour of the MaxIV Laboratory - due to have first light in June this year - and the ESS construction site on the afternoon of the 31st May.
We look forward to seeing you in Lund.
Best RegardsAndrew
On behalf of the organising committee:Prof. Tommy NylanderDr. Andrew JacksonProf. Robert Feidenhans’lDr. Niklas LorénZsuzsa Heyles

Andrew Jackson
Instrument Scientist - Small Angle ScatteringEuropean Spallation Source, P.O Box 176, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden

Adjunct Associate Professor (Adjungerad Lektor)Physical Chemistry, Lund University, P.O. Box 124, SE-221 00, Lund, Sweden

Phone: +46 46 888 3015
Mobile: +46 72 179 2015
E-mail: andrew.jackson@esss.se<mailto:andrew.jackson@esss.se>

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