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Dear JEOL Users,

 

It is my pleasure to contact you regarding the premier scientific conference of the year, the International Union of Microbeam Analysis Societies IUMAS-6 held in conjunction with Microscopy & Microanalysis 2014 in Hartford CT. This meeting is of interest to students, technicians, and scientists who are involved in microscopy and microanalysis techniques and applications. The pre-meeting guide and MAS Spring 2014 Micronews are both available on the IUMAS-6 website and summarize the programs for both IUMAS-6 and M&M 2014. We will have excellent interaction within the EPMA community with several IUMAS-6 workshops and sessions during M & M 2014. We also will celebrate the contributions of Moseley and Ogilvie during the meeting.

 

The deadline for early registration is June 23rd, 2014

 

Meeting information

The links for IUMAS-6 and M&M 2014 with full meeting details are:


http://www.iumas6.org/
http://www.microscopy.org/MandM/2014/index.cfm 

 

The highlights of IUMAS-6 include: your choice of two workshops on microanalysis techniques, group lunches, presentations by equipment vendors, a day-long plenary on microanalysis, and a combined MAS-IUMAS-6 social. The IUMAS-6 meeting is continuous with M & M 2014 which has a large number of sessions dedicated to microanalysis techniques and applications. This combined meeting will draw on the international community of earth and materials science, with an emphasis on microanalysis topics.

 

Please see the web sites and contact me for additional information.

 

Sincerely,

 

Paul Carpenter


Vice-Chair & Student Support Liaison, IUMAS-6 Organizing Committee
Earth and Planetary Sciences CB 1169, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 63130
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314-935-5471

 

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