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Imaging, Diffraction and Crystallography - where John Spence’s Legacy Leads Us

Category: Meeting
Description:

Symposium Announcement and Call for Abstracts

Imaging, Diffraction and Crystallography

- where John Spence’s Legacy Leads Us

Location: Arizona State University, Tempe campus Dates: 11-13 October, 2022

John Spence had a remarkable scientific impact over an illustrious career spanning nearly 50 years before he passed away in June, 2021. His friends and colleagues are honoring his memory with an international symposium based around the topics of imaging, diffraction and crystallography. A key objective is to project his achievements into the future by discussing current state-of-the art as well as exploring future directions and opportunities in related fields. Contributed talks and posters in these general areas are welcome. We are especially interested in providing an open forum for the next generation of researchers in these areas.

BioXFEL Scholars and former BioXFEL interns ('20, '21), please register with us here to be considered for a travel award.

Invited speakers:

Anton Barty (DESY)

Henry Chapman (DESY)

Rafal Dunin-Borkowski (Jülich)

Jeffrey Donatelli (Berkeley)

Joanne Etheridge (Monash)

Joachim Frank (Columbia)

Max Haider (Heidelberg)

Janos Hajdu (Uppsala)

Colin Humphreys (Cambridge)

Sumio Iijima (Nagoya)

Angus Kirkland (Oxford)

Ondrej Krivanek (Kirkland)

Christoph Koch (Berlin)

Laurence Marks (Northwestern)

David Muller (Cornell)

Peter Nellist (Oxford)

Richard Neutze (Gothenburg)

Colin Ophus (Berkeley)

Abbas Ourmazd (Milwaukee)

George Phillips (Rice)

Lois Pollack (Cornell)

Marius Schmidt (Madison)

Ilme Schlichting (Heidelberg)

David Shapiro (Berkeley)

Sandra van Aert (Antwerpen)

Paul Voyles (Madison)

Nadia Zatsepin (Latrobe)

Jian-Min Zuo (Urbana-Champaign)

Symposium Organizers:

David J. Smith (Arizona State University) Petra Fromme (Arizona State University) Bill Graves (Arizona State University) Eaton Lattman (University of Buffalo Stuart Lindsay (Arizona State University)

Abstract format and submission details: Abstracts should include i) Title; ii) List of authors and affiliations, and iii) body of abstract. Please use Times Roman font, 12 point, and margins of 1” on all sides. Abstract submission and choice of talk or poster presentation should be done via the Symposium web site: https://phy.asu.edu/SpenceSymp

Registration Fees:

Registration fee: $200. Deadline: 4 March, 2022

Early registration fee: $150. Deadline: 15 January, 2022 Students / postdocs: $100. Deadline: 4 March, 2022

Registration will include conference materials, refreshments and Symposium Dinner. Registration fees are non-refundable after 28 February, 2022.

For registration and fee payment, go to: https://phy.asu.edu/SpenceSymp

Proceedings: The journal Ultramicroscopy will publish a Special Issue containing invited and contributed papers from the meeting. Instructions for article submission and information about paper format can be found at the Elsevier / Ultramicroscopy web site. When submitting papers, select VSI: John Spence Legacy as the article type. The due date for manuscript submission is 15 March, 2022.

Accommodation: Participants are responsible for their own lodging arrangements. Because March is a very popular month for visiting the Phoenix area, it is advisable to make early reservations.

Contact for questions: E-mail: physics.info@asu.edu ; phone: +1-480-965-3561

 For questions on the travel scholarship, email Dr. Bauer.

 

When: From Tuesday, October 11 2022 - 08:00 AM (ET) (UTC -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada), Bogota, Lima
To Thursday, October 13 2022 - 5:00 PM (ET) (UTC -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada), Bogota, Lima