Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry Users Group 2019

The 15th meeting of the Stable Isotope Mass Spectrometry Users Group (SIMSUG) will bring together the latest developments and applications for the use of stable isotopes across a wide range of disciplines including: archaeology, food science, geoscience, health sciences and forensics, to name but a few. It is open to the entire stable isotope community.

So far we have had a positive response and the programme looks like it is shaping up to be an excellent spread of interesting presentations and a full programme will be posted soon after registration closes.

Deadline for registration and abstract submission: 31st May 2019. To register, submit and abstract and for further information reagrding the meeting, click here.

Plenary lecture: Professor Melanie Leng

Early Career Researchers: there will be prizes for the best student talks and posters.

Dates: The main meeting will take place on Thursday 27th and Friday 28th and there will be an informal gathering of attendees on the evening of Wednesday 26th. On Thursday 27th June, the conference meal will be held at The Pavilion in the Bristol Zoo Gardens.

Location: School of Chemistry, University of Bristol

As we approach the end of the registration period the remaining spaces are going quickly, please register soon to avoid disappointment. If you intend to make a poster or oral presentation (and I encourage you to do so) then a short abstract must be submitted when you register.

Contact Details: ian.d.bull@bristol.ac.uk