MARC VIII
marc ix
march 25-30, 2012
MARC IX



general information

The conference will continue the tradition set by the eight previous MARC conferences by focussing on emerging developments in radioanalytical chemistry and radiochemistry, with particular emphasis on new applications.

The conference includes both oral and poster sessions grouped around specific topics. Poster sessions are organized around specific themes, similar, or in addition, to those included in the oral sessions. Poster papers in these topics will be grouped together which will permit informal group discussions of specific papers. Continuing the policy of previous MARC conferences, papers presented at the conference will be published in a peer-reviewed journal, probably in the serial volumes of the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry.

The objective of the MARC conferences is to promote a broad interchange of information on radioanalytical chemistry among scientists from participating countries. Participants from more than 35 countries are expected to attend MARC VIII and give papers. The central geographic location of Hawaii encourages participation and attendance of scientists from Pacific Rim countries as well as providing European scientists with easy accessibility from major US airports. The isolated nature of Kailua-Kona on the Island of Hawaii provides an excellent atmosphere for informal discussions and working groups among the anticipated 250-300 attending scientists and also provides excellent recreational facilities for participants and guests.

contact persons

GENERAL CHAIR
Steve LaMont, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Phone: (202) 586-2812
E-mail: lamont@lanl.gov

PROGRAM CHAIR
Sam Glover, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Phone: (513) 533-6829
E-mail: samuel.glover@uc.edu

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MARC IX Documents

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The International Committee on Activation Analysis and the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry have selected the MARC IX conference to host the 2012 Hevesy Medal Award. Additional information will be posted soon.

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