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International Beam Instrumentation Conference 2012

01 Oct 2012 - 04 Oct 2012 - Tsukuba, Japan



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The IBIC will be dedicated to exploring the physics and engineering challenges of beam diagnostic and measurement techniques for charged particle accelerators worldwide. The conference program will include tutorials on selected topics and invited and contributed talks, as well as poster sessions. An industrial exhibition and a tour of the accelerator facilities at KEK and J-PARC will also be included. Tsukuba is located 60 km east of Tokyo, and is Japan's largest science city with more than 300 research institutes. Tsukuba is also one of world's key sites for basic research in science and technology. The venue of IBIC 12 is the Tsukuba International Congress center, a modern, dedicated conference venue, located in the heart of the city. We look forward to meeting you in Tsukuba.



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