|The first 18 years of
Reverse Monte Carlo Modelling
26-30 September, 2006
Hotel Normafa, Budapest, Hungary
|2nd RMC CONFERENCE|
ORGANISATION of the PROGRAMME:
Following the style of the previous RMC Conferences, the event is planned to be as informal as possible, with the sole aim that every attendee should profit from it as much as possible. There will be a very few 'plenary' type lectures; most of the time will be devoted to 'workshop-like' discussions, including short oral presentations, and to extended poster sessions to allow ample time for personal contacts. Also, a two-day practical training is organised preceeding the meeting.
There is no registration fee for this event.
For those who will stay in Hotel Normafa, breakfast and lunch, as well coffee break refreshments are included in the price of the accomodation.
Budapest can be reached quite cheaply by plane (watch out for the growing number of no-frill airlines!), train or car, and accomodation + full board for three days will be about 300 EUR.
Anything related to RMC (even remotely):
Structure of liquids and amorphous materials
Interpretation of powder diffraction data for crystals
Software development: new RMC codes (RMC++, etc...)
Related methods: EPSR, PDF-analysis, MCGR, etc...
Extending the applications of RMC:
modelling small angle scattering, reflectometry, inelastic scattering, EXAFS, NMR, etc...
There will be a Proceedings volume of the meeting.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter will be so kind again and publish such an issue (for the Proceedings volume of the 2nd RMC Conference, see JPCM 17, S1- (2005).)
In order to facilitate fast publication, manuscripts are to be submitted NOT LATER THAN 31 OCTOBER, 2006.
Please send manuscripts to David Keen or Laszlo Pusztai.
Participation of young scientists at the event is sponsored by the Integrated Infrastructure Initiative for Neutron Scattering and Muon Spectroscopy (NMI3) of the EU Sixth Framework Programme (Contract No.: RII3-CT-2003-505925).
Laszlo PUSZTAI, firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Institute for Solid State Physics & Optics,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
Budapest, P.O.Box 49., H-1525
Tel/fax: +36 - 1 392 2589