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Accuracy in Powder Diffraction IV

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We are pleased to announce the location and dates for our next "Accuracy in Powder Diffraction" meeting. This meeting, designated APD-IV, is the fourth in the series which are held approximately every ten years. They constitute a review of the state of the art in powder diffraction techniques, instrumentation and data analysis methods. The meeting will host a program of invited presentations plus a contributed poster session. APD-IV will cover the broad range of developments in powder diffraction metrology and methodology in the time since APD-III. In addition, we will host an exhibition area where leading instrument manufacturers and providers will be available to discuss recent commercial developments in the diffraction context.

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Final APD-IV Program Schedule

Abstracts:

Abstracts

Contributed Abstracts

Student Abstracts

Other Information:

Session Topics. It will be updated as the meeting date approaches.

 

Proposed Format: Four days of a single-session symposium with various oral speakers.

 

Participants: Members of academia, industry, and government with interests in the Accuracy of Powder Diffraction.


Posters:

The organizers invite contributed posters that also address issues of accuracy in powder diffraction measurements. The posters should be prepared in A0 format, portrait orientation. Download the abstract template (Word doc). Abstracts should be sent to Jim Cline and Ian Madsen: james.cline@nist.gov and Ian.Madsen@csiro.au. Abstracts are due by April 1st, 2013.

Conference Reception: 

The Smithsonian Natural History Museum's Department of Mineral Sciences invites conference attendees to an open house with snacks and beverages.  The evening will be hosted by Smithsonian scientists who will share their research and show off their collections. Enjoy a rare and exclusive opportunity to go behind the scenes to tour the meteorite and gem and mineral collections, including the fabled "Blue room". Attendees will also be invited to explore the Museum's public Geology, Gem, and Mineral exhibition galleries.

Travel:

Download an invitation letter (PDF) for the purposes of obtaining travel documents.

Also see http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/biso/visas/ for additional information on obtaining travel documents to the United States.

 

Some speakers have agreed to make their presentations available online. Those presentations may be accessed via the link containing the speaker's name and the session number from the Program Schedule.

Robert Von Dreele - 1.0
Argonne National Laboratory, USA

Jim Cline - 1.1
National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

Marcus Mendenhall - 1.2
Vanderbilt University, USA

Soorya Kabekkodu - 1.3
International Centre for Diffraction Data, USA

Andy Fitch - 2.1
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, France

Dmitri N. Argyriou - 2.2
European Spallation Source

Pamela Whitfield - 2.3
National Research Council Canada, Canada

Yasukazu Nakye - 2.4
Rigaku, Japan

Martijn Fransen - 2.5
PANalytical B.V., The Netherlands

John Evans - 3.1
Durham University, UK

Roger Durst - 3.2
Bruker AXS, USA

Bernd Hasse - 3.3
Incoatec GmbH, Germany

Mike Hoyland - 4.1
IUCr Chester, UK

Jacco van de Streek - 4.2
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Takashi Ida - 4.3
Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan

Radovan Cerny - 4.4
University of Geneva, Switzerland

Robert Dinnebier - 5.1
Max Planck Institute, Germany

Pamela Whitfield - 5.2
National Research Council Canada, Canada

John Evans - 5.3
Durham University, UK

Nicola Scarlett - 6.1
CSIRO, Australia

Mark D. Raven - 6.2
CSIRO, Australia

Kristian Ufer - 6.3
Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Germany

Jonathon Wright - 7.1
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, France

Maryjane Tremayne - 7.2
University of Birmingham, UK

Johan de Villiers - 8.1
University of Pretoria, South Africa

Doug Allen - 8.2
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold, USA

Thomas Degen/Uwe König - 8.3
PANalytical B.V., The Netherlands

Simon Billinge - 9.1
Columbia University, USA

Sylvia McLain - 9.2
University of Oxford, UK

Katharine Page - 9.3
Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA

Matteo Leoni - 10.1
University of Trento, Italy

Henning Friis Poulsen - 10.2
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Mark Daymond - 10.3
Queen's University, Canada

Andreas Leineweber - 10.4
Max Planck Institute, Germany

Stuart R. Stock - 10.5
Northwestern University, USA

Bill David - 11.1
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK

David L. Bish - 11.2
Indiana University, USA

We have reserved a block of rooms at the Hilton Washington DC North/Gaithersburg for $139 per night. The hotel provides shuttle service to NIST and Washington Metro. 

Visit the Hilton's APD-IV page for further information.

If you are not registered, you will not be allowed on site.

Registered attendees will receive security and campus instructions prior to the workshop.

NON U.S. CITIZENS PLEASE NOTE: All foreign national visitors who do not have permanent resident status and who wish to register for the above meeting must supply additional information. Failure to provide this information prior to arrival will result, at a minimum, in significant delays (up to 24 hours) in entering the facility. Authority to gather this information is derived from United States Department of Commerce Department Administrative Order (DAO) number 207-12. You can download the required form NIST-1260. Fill out the form and email to James Cline [james.cline@nist.gov].

Created November 23, 2011, Updated November 10, 2016