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The National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-ll) and Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN) Users' Meeting
will be held May 20 to 22, 2019 at Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York.

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The meeting offers scientists from diverse disciplines an opportunity to share their work and discuss new results and advances in experimental capabilities in synchrotron radiation and nanoscale science research.

Invited speakers are Joseph Paul Heremans, Scientist, Department of Material Science, Argonne National Laboratory and Richard Vaia, Senior Scientist for Emergent Materials Systems, Air Force Research Laboratory.

Please join us for this opportunity of scientific exchange and discussions.

The Users' Executive Committees cordially invite all to register for the meeting.


    • April 12: Last day to apply for the Julian Baumert PhD Thesis Award
    • April 19: All meeting attendees (including speakers and organizers) who plan to stay overnight on the BNL site must register in BNL's Guest Information System (GIS) no later than April 20 (the link is also provided on your electronic invoice after you submit this form). You must present identification documents at the registration desk. Approval, which can take 30 days or more, must be granted prior to attending the meeting and/or workshops. After April 20, offsite accommodations are required. Click here for guidance on registering in GIS.
    • April 26: Last day for early registration fee ($220-General/$110-Student). Registrations received after April 26 will be at the general rate of $245-General/$135-Students. There will be no refunds for registrations cancelled after April 20.
    • May 3: Student Participation Award
    • May 3: Last day to submit a poster
    • May 10: Online registration closes. In-person registration opens on Monday, May 20, Berkner Hall, Room D.

*Please note that the plenary sessions on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22, are free of charge. All are invited to attend.