13th COSIRES 2016
13th COSIRES 2016

19th - 24th June, 2016
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Registration is now open and abstracts can be submitted.

There will be a conference proceedings which will be published in Nuclear Instruments and Methods B .


Please fill-in the Registration Form below. From the link on the page after registration you will be guided to the University on-line store where you can pay by credit card. If your administration is paying the fee they can do so directly using a credit card via this link pay fee . The student rooms on campus are now fully booked.


The conference fee has been set at £390 for normal registration and £250 for students and retired scientists. The registration fee includes the welcome party on Sunday evening, lunches from Monday to Thursday and tea/coffee throughout the day in the breakout area, the conference outing to Newton's birthplace, the dinner on the Great Central Railway and a copy of the Proceedings to be published in NIM B.

The fee is valid until 20th May 2016. After 20th May there will be a £30 surcharge to cover late registration costs. The fee for accompanying persons is £100 to include the welcome reception, conference outing and conference dinner. It excludes lunches. NOTE : The early registration rate is extended to 25th May for those paying by bank transfer.


If you wish to pay by bank transfer please download and complete the form via this link and return to the conference chair.


If you have any special requests or need more infomation please email the conference chair at R.Smith@lboro.ac.uk


Registration Form

Name:

e-Mail:

Address:


will or will not bring an accompanying person with me.

Paper Title (Optional):

Authors:




You can also pay the registration fee directly, rather than on the next page, by credit card via this link pay fee

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Loughborough, Leicestershire,LE11 3TU, UK
Last Updated 23 January 2016 by Roger Smith