The forthcoming workshop on the “Applications of Novel Scintillators for Research and Industry” (ANSRI 2016) will take place at the O'Brien Centre for Science at University College Dublin, Ireland from the 11th to the 13th of May, 2016. This workshop will follow on, as the second in a series of workshops aimed at bringing together scientists and engineers from different areas of research in physics and industry, to consider the next generation of scintillators for a large range of applications. Click here to check the proceedings of the ANSRI 2015 conference.
The primary goal of this workshop is to address the shortfalls of current scintillator detectors and to explore possible solutions to these problems. The latest developments in inorganic, organic, plastic, ceramic and glass scintillator technologies will be discussed. The workshop will host a mixture of invited and contributed talks as well as a poster session. Another goal of this workshop is to bring together experts from diverse backgrounds in order to identify the limits of the current generation of scintillators in the relevant application areas, and present promising new materials and possible pathways for future developments. We hope the exchange of knowledge between research and industry experts will lead to the formation of new networks in this rapidly changing field. We anticipate that in the long term, this workshop may develop into a periodic meeting of researchers in the field with industry. The list of topics anticipated for this workshop is as follows:
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The standard registration fee is €200. There is a reduced fee of €100 for MSc and PhD students.
Registration after the 22nd of April incurs an extra €50 on top of the full and discounted registration fees.
Abstracts of a maximum of 250 words should be submitted online by the 11th of April, 2016. Authors can submit additional abstracts and/or amend their submission on the workshop website up until the abstract deadline. To log in, you will need your username and password. A maximum of two abstracts per participant is permitted. If you plan to submit an abstract for the poster session, please note that the poster layout should be A0 portrait. If you are unable to submit your abstract online, please email the local organising committee at email@example.com.
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The Workshop will be held in the O'Brien Centre for Science, located on the campus of University College Dublin (UCD). The campus is located 4km south of Dublin city centre in the leafy suburb of Belfield, adjacent to the N11 (Stillorgan Road), only a 20 minute bus journey from the heart of Ireland's capital city.
The O'Brien Centre for Science can be located on the following UCD campus map (building 67).
The nearest airport is Dublin's International Airport on the north side of the city, ~10 km from the city centre and ~14 km from UCD. There are several ways to reach the city centre and venue from the airport.
Antonio Martin-Carrillo (Co-Chair) Isaac Tobin (Co-Chair) Oliver Roberts (Coordinator) Daithi de Faoite Bairbre Fox Lorraine Hanlon Sheila McBreen Dave Murphy Ken Stanton Alexey Uliyanov
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