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60th Annual Western Spectroscopy Association Conference

30 Jan 2013 - 01 Feb 2013 - Pacific Grove, CA, USA

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Spouses, guests, and families are also invited. The conference center is located on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula near Asilomar State Beach, with many scenic and historic sites located nearby. Guests are also invited to the social hours, meals, and banquet. Arrangements can be made directly with Asilomar if you desire to stay for the weekend.

Invited Speakers

  • Dor Ben-Amotz (Purdue)
  • Louis Bouchard (UCLA)
  • Art Bragg (Johns Hopkins)
  • Franz Geiger (Northwestern)
  • Bern Kohler (Montana State University)
  • Anne Myers Kelley (UC Merced)
  • Dan Neumark (UC Berkeley)
  • Rich Stratt (Brown)
  • Ward Thompson (University of Kansas)

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