Thank you for a Wonerful WTTC16! AuG 29 - Sep 1, 2016
It's time to begin making plans for WTTC17 in Coimbra, Portugal! Dates TBA...
The Proceedings of the Workshop will be published by the American Institute of Physics. Details will be posted here, and participants will be notified upon release of the publication. If a copy of the Proceedings book was purchased at the time of registration, a physical copy will be mailed to the address that was provided.
The information below is retained only for archival purposes. For a full archive of this and prior WTTCs, please check Ken Buckley's carefully curated resource at wttc.triumf/ca.
A wonderful crowd! We look forward to seeing everyone in Coimbra in 2018!
Abstract Submission Feb 15 - April 30, 2016
Registration: Early Bird Registration (until June 30) - $500 Standard Registration (June 30 - August 15) - $575 On-Site Registration (after August 15) - $650 Students: Student Early Bird Registration (until June 30) - $250 Student Standard Registration (June 30 - August 15) - $300 Student Registration (after August 15) - $350
We are pleased to announce the 16th International Workshop on Targetry and Target Chemistry (WTTC16), to be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico, August 29th – September 1st of 2016. The Workshop is conducted in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, with student support from the Department of Energy Office of Science, and with generous sponsor contribution. On behalf of the Scientific Committee, Local Organizing Committee, and International Advisory Committee, we invite you to the desert southwest and the environs of one of the United States' most prestigious scientific institutions, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). The Department of Energy Isotope Program and LANL Chemistry Division are pleased to act as technical hosts for this invaluable gathering of international experts to participate in a uniquely collaborative workshop format.
At WTTC16, we hope to emphasize student contributions and a collaborative, discussion-oriented format, in keeping with the history of the Workshop series.
We look forward to your active participation and urge you to contact us if we can be of assistance.