Participants at the ANSTT meeting in 2019
In light of South African President Ramaphosa’s announcement tonight (15/3/2020) at 19h50 proclaiming that all gatherings >100 people are prohibited and that other public gatherings be reconsidered; it has been decided that the upcoming ANSTT3 workshop scheduled to commence tomorrow be postponed to a future date.
Participants and guest lecturers especially those who have travelled from high risk areas or via major transit hubs, are encouraged to self-isolate.
We are deeply sorry to have to do this at such a late stage, but for everyone's safety and health we believe it is the most sensible thing to do.
We will communicate further with participants about re-scheduling of ANSTT3 to a future suitable date.
The ANSTT3 will be a 5 day workshop to be held at iThemba LABS, Cape Town to focus on accelerator mass spectrometry, metrology and applications, environmental measurements and nuclear structure studies at iThemba LABS. This follows on from the ANSTT series of meetings held in 2018 and 2019.
Collaborations both UK-Africa and inter-Africa will again be at the forefront of the workshop, including Memoranda of Understanding.
The workshop will be organised by the University of Brighton and iThemba LABS.
Topics to be discussed include:
• Accelerator Mass Spectrometry
• Metrology and applications
• Environmental measurements
• Neutron physics and applications
• Nuclear structure studies
• Collaborations, UK-Africa, inter-Africa
• Future experimental programmes at iThemba
There will be ample opportunity for informal discussions and abstracts for presentations on any of the above topics are welcome.
Deadline for submission through the website has been extended to 2nd February 2020.
There will be a small workshop fee to cover social activities. The fee will be ZAR 750.00 for participants and a discounted rate of ZAR 250.00 for students. Accompanying persons fee is ZAR 200.00 for the attendance of the welcome function.
A three day SAINTS@tlabs workshop for young researchers will be held prior to the workshop on 11-13 March in collaboration with the SAINTS programme. "Data Analysis Methods and Techniques" Register for this workshop here: https://tinyurl.com/y28zlv23.
For enquiries or further information, contact Naomi Haasbroek, Workshop Manager or Michelle Bark on firstname.lastname@example.org