Register for Quantiative MicroAnalysis 2019

June 24-27, 2019 in Minneapolis, MN at the University of Minnesota.

Costs:

  • Students: $100
    • Students must be currently enrolled in a course of study leading to a degree (Grade/Undergraduate/Graduate)
    • Proof of eligibility for the student rate may be requested.
  • Professional/Other:  $350 until April 1 ($400 thereafter)
  • Early career scholarships are available.

Abstracts:

  • There will be a call for abstracts to present talks or posters at QMA-2019 on relevant research of interest to the community.
    • Deadline for contributed talk abstracts: 15-May-2019
    • Deadline for contributed poster abstracts: 1-June-2019
    • Abstracts will be judged on merit (academic/non-commercial) for inclusion in the program.

Included with registration:

  • Attendance at the conference
  • User meetings
  • Meals on conference days:
    • Continental breakfasts
    • Lunches
    • Coffee breaks
  • Conference banquet dinner (Wednesday night)

Please complete this form and submit payment by PayPal

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  • If there is absolutely no way that you can pay using PayPal, please contact Heather Lowers (see below) and she can arrange an alternative.

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Please direct questions to a member of the organizing committee:

  • Heather Lowers of the US Geological Survey
  • Julien Allaz of the Department of Earth Sciences at ETH Zurich 
  • Abigail Lindstrom of the National Institute of Standards and Technology  
  • Paul Carpenter of the Washington University of St. Louis
  • Anette von der Handt of the University of Minnesota
  • Emma Bullock of the Carnegie Institute of Washington
  • Nicholas Ritchie of the National Institute of Standards and Technology 
  • John Fournelle of the University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Owen Neill of University of Michigan

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