International Workshop on Synchrotron High-Pressure Mineral Physics and Materials Science
-Program Book (2.3MB PDF)
-Visiting the APS (maps, etc.) >>
7 December, Friday
Citizens of countries other than the United States: In addition to the registration form, please also complete the online non-U.S. citizen form as soon as possible to request approval to enter Argonne, which is a U.S. Deparement of Energy controlled-access site. (This form must be handled by other organizations, so please complete this form as soon as possible to avoid delay in the approval for site access.) Note: If the U.S. does not require you to have a visa to enter (e.g., Japan), write "Visa Waiver" in the visa section.
Specify the "High Pressure Mineral Physics" meeting to receive the meeting rate of $67.50 for a single room or $77.50 for a double (includes breakfast; taxes additional). Other meals will be provided as part of the workshop.
You will be responsible for your own travel and lodging costs.
Travel information is available at Visiting the APS. Note that currency exchange is not available at the Argonne site.
Special Issue of High Pressure Research
A special issue of the international journal High Pressure Research will feature the research presented at the workshop. The title of the issue will be "High-Pressure Mineral Physics and Materials Science with Synchrotron and Other Radiation Sources."
The deadline for manuscript submission is 31 January 2008. Please send your completed manuscript to Yanbin Wang, email@example.com. All papers will be peer-reviewed. We expect to finish the review process by 31 March 2008, and the issue will be published within 2008.
GeoSoilEnviroCARS is supported by the National Science Foundation - Earth Sciences (EAR-0622171) and the U.S. Department of Energy - Geosciences (DE-FG02-94ER14466). Use of the Advanced Photon Source was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, under Contract No. DE-AC02-06CH11357.
This workshop is partly supported by the Center for Advanced Radiation Sources at The University of Chicago and by the Gakujutsu-sousei grant-in-aid from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science to T. Irifune.