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News and Upcoming Events
Conference on: Hysteresis, Avalanches and Interfaces in Solid Phase Transformations
When: 19 - 21 September 2016
Where: L3, Mathematical Institute, Oxford
There will be the opportunity for early career researchers (post-docs and graduate students) to present a poster of their work. To express an interest in presenting a poster please e-mail a brief title and abstract to email@example.com by Thursday 30 June 2016.
Support for Early Career Researchers
Support for early career researchers (graduate students and post doctoral research assistants) will be provided for a limited number of delegates. Should you require support to attend the Conference please send details of your current institution, your current programme of study and statement of support from your supervisor to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 30 June 2016. Priority will be given to PhD students who intend to contribute a poster.
Registration is being provided via the University of Oxford's online store. The registration rate is £52.50 and includes lunch, morning and afternoon refreshments for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of the conference. Register here.
When registering there is the opportunity to book a place at the conference dinner, which is being held at Green Templeton College on the evening of Tuesday 20 September. There are also some rooms being offered at St Peter's College in central Oxford, these can also be booked when registering.
The official announcement can be found here. And the official Poster here.
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