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Hi All,

My apologies for sending this globally as it is directed towards UK based 
labs and users.

We are holding an open forum for JEOL EPMA users in Bristol on 20th 
December. All are welcome. Program is:


10:30am Reception and Coffee

11:00am Welcome, Prof Jon Bundy (University of Bristol)

11:10am Stuart Kearns/Ben Buse (University of Bristol)
“ FEG-EPMA in the Earth Sciences”

11:40am Vicky Smith (RLAHA, University of Oxford)
“SAMx upgrade on JXA8600”

12:10pm Larry Stoter (JEOL UK)
"New developments in JEOL EPMA"

12:30am Lunch (kindly supported by JEOL UK)

1:30pm Gareth Hatton (Johnson Matthey Technology Centre)
"X-ray Mapping of Catalytic Materials"

2:00pm Lab visit and demonstration JEOL JXA8530F


All welcome. To arrange numbers for lunch, kindly advise of attendance by 
email as soon as possible to [log in to unmask]

Details of how to reach the School of Earth Sciences at
http://www.bristol.ac.uk/earthsciences/contact

Flyer available at: http://emas-web.net/UK EPMA Users Forum.pdf

Thanks,
Stuart
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Stuart Kearns
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Bristol
Bristol, UK  BS8 1RJ
Tel: +44 117 331 5004/5012
Fax: +44 117 925 3385
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