UCL Quantum Science and Technology Institute


AMIG Summer Meeting 2019

5 September 2019

The 2019 Atomic and Molecular Interactions Group (AMIG) Summer Meeting at the University of Birmingham.

The Institute of Physics Atomic and Molecular Interactions Group AMIG Summer Meeting.jpg

The IOP Atomic and Molecular Interactions Group (AMIG) Summer Meeting http://amig2019.iopconfs.org/home will take place at the University of Birmingham from lunchtime Thursday 5th September to lunchtime Friday 6th September 2019. It directly follows the QuAMP conference being held at the same venue.

The AMIG summer meeting, which is held annually, aims to bring together scientists (particularly from the UK and Ireland) working on interactions involving electrons, positrons, photons, ions, atoms, molecules and more, with an emphasis on young researchers. Postgraduate students and postdoctoral research associates are particularly encouraged to attend and apply for oral presentations. The format of the meeting consists of four sessions, each with an invited talk (speakers are now confirmed: http://amig2019.iopconfs.org/speakers) followed by oral presentations, and a poster session.

In addition to being a chance for the diverse community whose research aligns with AMIG to convene, the meeting is a great chance for students and postdocs to present their work in a relatively informal setting. Please consider attending, and if you are a group leader, please also especially encourage your students and postdocs to attend.

Abstract submission (http://amig2019.iopconfs.org/abstracts) and registration are now open  (http://amig2019.iopconfs.org/Register). Registration is only £40 (£65) for student IOP members (non-members), including conference dinner at the University Botanical Gardens (registration for academics is higher to subside the students).  (IOP have set early-bird deadlines of 9 August, which is fast approaching!). Accommodation is available at the University of Birmingham from £48 per night:  http://amig2019.iopconfs.org/897587