The global AMS community meets every three years to discuss their current research. The 15th International Conference on Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS-15) takes place from 7-11 September 2020 in Sydney, Australia and is hosted by ANSTO. Conference themes include
- Applications of AMS to the world’s most pressing problems and questions
- Earth’s dynamic climate
- Water resource sustainability
- Soil and landscape evolution
- Catastrophic natural events
- Advancing human health
- Challenges of the nuclear age
- Understanding the human story
- Understanding the cosmos
- AMS Research and Development
- Novel AMS systems, components and techniques
- Isobar suppression
- Ion sourcery
- New isotopes
- Advances in sample preparation
- Data quality and management
- Production rates and modelling
- Facility reports (for Poster session only)
Abstracts submission and registration are open now! Abstracts can be submitted until 24 April 2020.
During registration, prospective conference attendees are able to sign up for one of three workshops preceding the conference. The workshops offered are focused on Nuclear Astrophysics (organized by Anton Wallner, ANU, HZDR), Integrating Multiple Geochronometric Techniques (organized by Klaus Wilcken, ANSTO; Zenobia Jacobs and Alexandru Codilean, University of Wollongong, with support from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH)), and a Microcarbon Workshop (organized by Reka Fulop, Quan Hua, Vladimir Levchenko, Andrew Smith and Bin Yang from ANSTO).
More information about the workshops is available on the AMS-15 website.