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UCLA Ion Microprobe Student Workshop

Feb. 27-Mar. 3, 2017 (Applications due 12/19/2016)

 

The The UCLA SIMS laboratory hosts a 5 day workshop on ion microprobe applications in Earth and planetary sciences, with emphases on microanalytical geochronology and stable isotope geochemistry by large radius magnetic sector SIMS. Arrival and departure dates are Sunday Feb. 26th and Saturday Mar. 4th. NSF’s Instrumentation and Facilities program will sponsor costs for travel, accommodation, and course materials for domestic participants. Graduate students and advanced undergraduates (with recommendation letter from an academic supervisor) can apply via:

STUDENT WORKSHOP APPLICATION

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UCLA SIMS laboratory featuring a CAMECA ims1270 and the CAMECA ims1290. Gain experience with both instruments and analyzing and reducing SIMS data

Questions? Please contact Dr. Elizabeth Bell or Dr. Haolan Tang (ebell21_at_ucla.edu; haolantang_at_ucla.edu)