African Neutron Diffraction Meeting
The African Neutron Diffraction Meeting - the first of its kind in Africa - is being organized under the auspices of the International Union of Crystallography and will take place over the period:
21-22 August 2003
The venue will be:
Amanzingwe Bush Lodge in Broederstroom (5 km from Safari-1), 40 km west of Pretoria,
This satellite meeting is scheduled to allow delegates enough time to proceed on to Durban for ECM-21. As most international flights to South Africa arrive at Johannesburg International Airport, delegates to this satellite meeting need only interrupt their trip to Durban by staying a few days in Broederstroom.
The theme of the meeting is
Participation is unrestricted except for a limitation on the numbers of 50 delegates. Preference will be given to presenters of original research and to students. Particpation by students and young scientists is strongly encouraged to stimulate a vibrant interest in neutron diffraction in Africa.
A programme for accompanying persons will be offered in conjunction with travel agent/tour operator. Correspondence should be directed via the Conference Secretariat.
The African Neutron Diffraction Meeting is sponsored by:
E-mail Contact Details:
Organising Committee Chairman : Andrew Venter : firstname.lastname@example.org
Programme Committee Chairman : Chick Wilson : email@example.com
Meeting Secretariat : Thereza Botha : firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster : Dave Liles : email@example.com
The Organising Committee of the African Neutron Diffraction Meeting shall observe the basic policy of nondiscrimination and affirms the right of scientists throughout the world to adhere or to associate with international scientific activity without restrictions based on nationality, race, colour, age, religion, political philosophy, ethnic origin, citizenship, language or sex, in accordance with the Statutes of the International Council of Scientific Unions. At this meeting no barriers will exist which would prevent the participation of bona fide scientists.
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