French Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science Announces First Symposium (March 18-20 in Avignon)

Matieu Valat has contacted me with the following information about an upcoming symposium to be held by the French Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science:

The French Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science aims to promote this field of physics to French scientists and enthusiasts. There are societies in Japan, Russia, Italy and in the USA, but nothing was organized in France, where interest is growing toward our field of research. Every year, we want to make a short meeting for our members to network and develop collaborations.

This first symposium RNBE-2016 will take place in Avignon from March 18th to 20th.

It will begin with some important, never released, early research from 1989, as well as a tribute to the scientific effort pursued by Georges Longchamps. Then, young scientist as well as experienced ones will come and describe their findings. Calorimetry, transmutations, theory, material science as well as experimental aspects will be covered by a wide range of specialists.

We are targeting to make this event enjoyable and informative for everyone!
You are welcome to register (in French) through our website and eventually submit your abstract for review to the scientific committee.

So hurry-up, time is short and March will come quickly!

http://www.sfsnmc.org

  • Bruce Williams

    Alan ,I agree with you,it is a pity that it will be done in French,that will limit the number of attendees. I live nearby in Provence,will possibly attend,but am anticipating a lack of attendees for the above-stated reason.

    • Alain Samoun

      I will be there and I can try to translate important papers and discussions for ECW if Frank wants it.

  • Brokeeper

    Perhaps timed for the 1MW plant and E-CatX tests results.

  • Bob Greenyer

    Great!

  • Gerard McEk

    I would hope also LENR will be on the program, ‘transmutation’ is the nearest to that subject.

    • f sedei

      Maybe one of the attendees will bring it up .

    • William D. Fleming

      I thought CMNS was the same as LENR.