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Final Call: NSLS/CFN Users Meeting on May 21-23

Greetings!

We invite you to the 2012 NSLS and CFN Joint Users' Meeting at Brookhaven National Laboratory on May 21-23, 2012. This year’s theme, “Expanding the Toolbox for 21st Century Science,” will highlight the vital roles served by the Department of Energy’s NSLS, NSLS-II, and CFN, with an emphasis on new tools that have recently been developed for our current facilities and planning for the upcoming transition to NSLS-II.

Click here for the meeting agenda and here to register. Online registration closes this Friday, May 11. After Friday, registrations will be processed on the first day of the meeting, May 21. Registration fees can then be paid in person at the registration desk.

Please note that elections for Photon Sciences UEC members for the 2012-2014 term are still open. Cast your vote here. Voting ends on May 21.

A special session will be held in the afternoon of Monday, May 21 on planning for the transition from NSLS to NSLS-II. User feedback will be critical for moving forward on this issue, so all NSLS and prospective NSLS-II users are strongly encouraged to attend this session.

We sincerely hope that you will be able to attend, and allow us to make your meeting an extraordinary event!

Thanks and best wishes,

Jen Bohon and Balaji Raghothamachar
Co-chairs, Organizing Committee
2012 NSLS/CFN Users’ Meeting

2012-3075  INT/EXT  |  Media & Communications Office

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