SNI2022 – Abstract submission extended to 1 May 2022

The 5th Conference for Research with Synchrotron Radiation, Neutrons and Ion Beams at Large Facilities takes place form 5 - 7 September 2022 in Berlin. In response to a great demand the deadline for the abstract submission to the SNI2022 conference has been extended to 1 May. Take this opportunity and submit your abstract by Sunday!

Here you can directly submit your abstract.

Would you like to join the SNI 2022 conference? Register now! 

  • The Early Bird rate of 180 € (regular) or 90 € (PhD students) is valid until 26. June.
  • Registrations from HZB staff are charged internally, only the specification of a cost center is required.

We look forward to your participation and exciting contributions from HZB staff as well as our users and partners.

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