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The International Conference on Electromagnetic Isotope Separators and Related Topics (EMIS) will be held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States, May 11 through May 15, 2015. The EMIS-2015 conference will be hosted by Michigan State University.

EMIS is the long-running flagship conference series on techniques in the field of low-energy nuclear science. EMIS-2015 will be the seventeenth conference in this series.
Scientific topics of EMIS-2015 include:

 

  • Isotope production, target and ion source techniques
  • Techniques related to high-power radioactive ion beam production
  • Low-energy and in-flight separators
  • Storage rings
  • Ion guide, gas catcher, and beam manipulation techniques
  • Ion optics and spectrometers
  • Ion traps and laser techniques
  • Instrumentation for radioactive ion beam experiments
  • Applications of radioactive ion beams
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US/Eastern
Grand Rapids, MI
Amway Grand Hotel & Conference Center