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Call For Summaries
Deadline June 18, 2010
Plutonium Futures - The Science 2010
Keystone, Colorado, USA
September 19-23, 2010

Dear Colleagues,

The summary submission deadline for the Plutonium Futures - The Science 2010 Conference, Keystone, Colorado, September 19-23, 2010, is June 18, 2010. This is the sixth in a series of acclaimed international conferences initiated by Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in 1997.

Plutonium Futures provides an international forum for the discussion of current research on the physical and chemical properties of plutonium and other actinide elements.

Extended summaries describing the work, significance, and relevance to plutonium and actinide science may be submitted to .

Conference Subject Categories: Condensed-matter physics Materials science Surface, interfaces, colloids, and corrosion Plutonium and actinide chemistry Fuel-cycle issues Detection and speciation analysis

Authors will be notified by June 30, 2010, of acceptance (plenary, invited, contributed, or poster). The majority of the technical papers will be presented in one of three poster sessions.

Format: Authors are required to use the ANS Template and "Guidelines for TRANSACTIONS Summary Preparation" provided on the ANS Web site and attached to this message. Summaries must be submitted electronically using Adobe Acrobat (PDF) files and original Microsoft Word documents and the ANS Electronic Submission System. Summaries not based on the ANS Template will be rejected.

Instructions for Creating Reliable Adobe Acrobat Files

Required template and "Guidelines for Transactions Summary Preparation"

Submit a summary:

An Example Summary Format for the Plutonium Futures Conference

Transactions Coordinator Information Services
Ellen Leitschuh
Tel: 708/579-8253
Fax: 708/352-6464

Conference Chairs:

General Chairs
David Clark, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Gordon Jarvinen, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Michael Fluss, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Program Chair
David Hobart, Los Alamos National Laboratory

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