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About this event

Web site
www.iumas-7.org/…
When
711 May 2017
Where
Konstanz, Germany
Organiser
European Microbeam Analysis Society (EMAS)
Contact address
Mr Luc Van't dack
University of Antwerp, Dept. Chemistry
Campus Drie Eiken, Universiteitsplein 1
Antwerpen-Wilrijk
Belgium
Tel
+32-3-2652343
Fax
+32-3-2652343
E-mail
luc.vantdack@uantwerpen.b…

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EMAS 2017 Workshop / IUMAS-7 Meeting

The primary aim of this combined EMAS Workshop / IUMAS Meeting is to assess the state of the art and reliability of microbeam analysis techniques. EMAS was founded in 1987 to meet the growing demands of microanalysis users and scientists across Europe for further education, communication and professional advice. IUMAS was founded in 1994 to promote world-wide cooperation in all aspects of microbeam analysis through the organisation of an international meeting on microbeam analysis every three or four years, and by participating in joint committees with other scientific organisations in matters relevant to microbeam analysis which are better discussed on a world scale.