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[SA_Scat] 4th Annual CCP-SAS Project Meeting

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased announce the 4th Annual CCP-SAS Project Meeting to be held at the NIST NCNR, Gaithersburg MD, USA from Mon 23 through Wed 25 May 2016.
CCP-SAS includes the SASSIE and SCT suites of 'atomistic' modelling software.The Meeting program is available online at http://www.ccpsas.org/Meetings/Fourth/Program.html
This year the Meeting also includes  two 'hands-on' Tutorial Sessions on Wed 25 May: one aimed at those who wish to learn how to incorporate additional modules into the SASSIE Framework, and another aimed at those who wish to learn about wrapping applications for Web deployment using GenApp.
Registration for the Meeting and Tutorials is FREE, but space is limited and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
IMPORTANT: As the meeting is being held on the NIST Campus, registration with NIST is mandatory. Please follow the 'Registration' link on the above webpage. Photo ID will be required for entry.
There is also the opportunity to present relevant posters on Mon 23 May. Please contact Prof Paul Butler (pbutler@utk.edu<mailto:pbutler@utk.edu>) if you would like to do this.
On Tue 24 May there will be a special Workshop  for potential future collaborators, software developers, and funders. Attendance at this Workshop is by invitation only. Please also contact Paul Butler (pbutler@utk.edu<mailto:pbutler@utk.edu>) if you might like to contribute to these discussions.

We hope you can join us!
The CCP-SAS Team
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