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  • From: John G Stevens <stevensjohng AT gmail.com>
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  • Subject: [Mix] ISIAME
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2016 00:56:18 +0200
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Greetings Colleagues,

Clearly we have a major challenge confronting us in which we need to be much
more congenial in order to be able to reach a solution that is in the best
interest of our Mössbauer Community and assist all those (organizers and
participants) who have invested in ISIAME. Based on the emails we have all
been receiving and other emails, I suggest the following as a way we may be
able to proceed:

1. Forum.
This is not a conference, but it is a symposium. Let’s go one step further
and have the event this September in Cape Town be the International Forum on
the Applications of the Mössbauer Effect (IFIAME). The forum would be a
three day event and would have 20 participants (maybe as many as 30). The
agenda of the Forum would be to have (1) scientific oral presentations (no
posters) [1 1/2 days], (2) simple social events [up to 1 day], and an (3)
open forum [half day]. The agenda of the open forum would be the state of
industrial applications of the Mössbauer Effect and planning for the next
ISIAME to be in 2018 and hosted the the Czech group (future ISIAMEs would be
every four years after 2018 (2022, 2026…). It is most important that there be
representatives at the forum who would be involved with organizing ISIAME
2016.

2. Leadership.
Scientific Presentations - Frans Waanders and Krish Bharuth
Forum - Missino Carbucicchio assisted by members of the ISIAME
Scientific Executive Committee
Accommodations - Frans Waanders and Raquel Richardson (this is housing
and meeting space)

3. Finances.
Reduce and simplify the Registration as a single fee - EUR 250
All meals to be paid by participants
Housing - we were quoted EUR 76 per night / online today at the Lagoon
Beach Hotel the posted cost for single is EUR 86 / using KAYAK the cost is
EUR 66. These prices include fees, taxes and service charges. Whatever the
actual cost, these numbers seem reasonable at the Lagoon Beach Hotel. I am
assuming there would be a meeting room there, or nearby that can accommodate
20-30 people.

There are a lot of details to contend with, but they are manageable. Others
of you I know will have further suggestions to make this work. As stated in
my first paragraph - solution that is in the best interest of our Mössbauer
Community and assist all those (organizers and participants) who have
invested in ISIAME.

Hope this might be helpful.

John





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