This year's program will offer two public lectures and a film presentation (no registration needed):
Thorium-Based Systems – A new concept for nuclear waste elimination and energy production., Maurice Bourquin, Uni Genève
(Tue, 28.08., 19:30)
Let’s Talk About Open Science, Martin Vetterli, EPFL
(Wed, 29.08., 20:00)
Let there be light, a film on the quest for fusion energy
(Fri, 31.08., 13:30)
Here you find the schedule tables as well as the overview (all submissions with presenting authors, without abstracts) of the conference. Upon program changes a notification will be placed with the respective entry (original state: 20.06.2018). Changes are marked in red within each file.
Here you find the complete program with abstracts. Upon program changes a notification will be placed with the respective entry (original state: 07.08.2018). Changes are marked in red within each file.
The award ceremony will take place on 29 August 2018 at 10:50. As every year outstanding scientific works will be honoured with the SPS awards. Addtionally the CHIPP prize and the "Young Scientist prize" of the Swiss Neutron Scattering Society will be awarded.
During the conference the winners will each give a talk on the awarded work (details see program).
The three best posters at this year's conference will each be recognized with an award. These awards are donated by EPS and SPS and are doted with CHF 200.-.
Only posters, which are presented on both days of the poster session (29.08. and 30.08.) and whose authors are present, will be evaluated.
The three awards will be given to the winners on Friday, 31.08.2018 at 10:20h.