The objective of the 2023 Gordon Research Seminar on Neutron Scattering is to bring together early-career neutron scientists, experimentalists and theorists from different communities of soft and condensed matter, with a wide range of scientific and technical expertise. A particular focus of the seminar will be the role of the neutron, as a powerful probe of multifunctional and sustainable materials, in addressing environmental societal challenges. The seminar targets exotic materials and couplings where neutron investigations of the structure and dynamics, in the bulk and at interfaces, reveal fundamental mechanisms leading to outstanding properties foreseen for immediate or future applications. The seminar features selected oral and poster presentations, a mentorship component focused on career development and keynote lectures provided by experts in the field. It aims at bringing together neutron young scientists from around the world to share their work, interact and exchange ideas in a friendly and stimulating environment to build a strong collaborative network. In the spirit of the Gordon Research Conference, participants are strongly encouraged to present unpublished studies.
The 2023 Gordon Research Seminar on Neutron Scattering will be held from June 24 to 25, 2023 at the Four Points Sheraton / Holiday Inn Express (Ventura, CA, United States).
Note that any applicants who wish to be considered for an oral presentation should submit their application by March 19, 2023.