Members of the ISIS Muon Group and ISIS muon users celebrate 25 years of muon science at ISIS. Steve Cox (ISIS, third from left) and Robert de Renzi (Parma University, Italy, fourth from left) were both heavily involved in setting up the muon beamlines at ISIS 25 years ago.
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This is a symposium discussing current research with muons across various disciplines.
The symposium will be held on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th September 2012 at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. The meeting is being held in recognition of 25 years of muon science at ISIS and to mark the recent retirement of Steve Cox. All are welcome to attend.
Sessions are planned on semiconductors, chemistry, functional materials, superconductivity and magnetism with speakers to include Steve Cox, Alan Drew, Roger Lichti, Rui Vilao, Tim Veal, Adroja, Tom Lancaster, Don Fleming, Greg Chass, Iain McKenzie, Matteo Aramini, Jun Sugiyama, Don Paul and Steve Blundell.
For those presenting posters these should be no larger than A0, and may formatted in either landscape or portrait orientation. There will be a prize for the best poster presentation.
It is anticipated that the meeting will start with refreshments at 10:30 on the Monday and close at 15:45 on the Tuesday, an ISIS Facility User Meeting will be held before dinner on the Monday. A programme for the meeting is now available.
Registration has now closed; however, it may still be possible to attend! Contact Stephen Cottrell on email@example.com if you are interested in coming to the meeting.
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