- Nuclear Astrophysics 5th September 2020, Australian National University (ANU), Canberra
- Integrating Multiple Geochronometric Techniques 5th September 2020, University of Wollongong (UOW), Wollongong
- Microcarbon workshop 6th September 2020, University of NSW (main conference venue)
For details, see Workshops tab.
Main Conference Themes
These themes will be used to guide the program committee. Actual conference sessions may use other titles, depending on contributions received.
Applications of AMS to the world’s most pressing problems and questions
- Earth’s dynamic climate
- Water resource sustainability
- Soil and landscape evolution
- Catastrophic natural events
- Advancing human health
- Challenges of the nuclear age
- Understanding the human story
- Understanding the cosmos
AMS Research and Development
- Novel AMS systems, components and techniques
- Isobar suppression
- Ion sourcery
- New isotopes
- Advances in sample preparation
- Data quality and management
- Production rates and modelling
- Facility reports (for Poster session only)
Sessions with oral presentations will take place from Monday to Friday. Further details with specific starting and finishing times, plenary talks and other science program events will be advised in our third announcement after the conference program has been finalised.
Information on presentation options will be posted here in due course.
Posters will be allocated to one of two poster sessions. Presenters are required to attend their posters during their allocated session. All posters will be available for viewing at all hours during the conference.
The poster boards are large enough to fit a size A0 poster in portrait orientation (this is 850 mm by 1190 mm). Oversize posters cannot be accommodated.
If you have any issues regarding registration, abstract submission or need more information please get in contact