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  • From: Nagy Denes Lajos <nagy AT>
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  • Subject: [Mix] Nuclear Resonance Workshop - First announcement
  • Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2011 14:27:26 +0200 (CEST)
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Dear current or future Mössbauer Spectroscopists or Nuclear Resonance Scatterers,

it is our pleasure to announce the 489th Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Seminar 'Progress in Nuclear Resonance Scattering: from Methods to Materials'.

In the last decade, Nuclear Resonance Scattering (NRS) has become indispensable in many areas of research. Hyperfine spectroscopy, magnetism in nanostructures, or vibrational characterisation of proteins are just a few examples illustrating the impact of NRS on science. However, progress in the field of NRS continues and is even accelerating due to new methodological developments and new effects. With the announced seminar supported by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation we aim to provide a framework, in which experts as well as scientists prospectively working in the field can discuss and define the future of NRS. Correspondingly, younger colleagues are especially encouraged to participate.

The seminar will take place in Bad Honnef (Germany), between February 26th and 29th, 2012. Note that participation is free of charge and includes accommodation and meals. Only travel expenses have to be covered by your institution. Application is possible until December 1st 2011.

Due to a restricted number of participants of around 75, a selection will be made by the organising committee. We encourage you to submit communications with your applications. The normal form of communication is by poster, but a few contributed talks will be selected in order to complement the invited talks.

More information including the list of confirmed invited speakers as well as the application form can be found at

We hope to see you in Bad Honnef!

Raphael Hermann, Ralf Röhlsberger, Hans-Christian Wille, and Volker Schünemann

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