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Paul Eby <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 19 Jul 2005 14:24:53 -0700
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Kim,

I have just submitted an abstract for a talk to you, and fired off a
registration check in the mail. Before I begin organizing my talk in
earnest, however, I'm hoping you can give me a few details:

How long are the talks intended to be? 15 minutes plus discussion? 10
minutes plus discussion?

Also, will there be a computer available for a Powerpoint slide show? If
so, what version and OS?

Paul Eby
University of Victoria




At 08:32 AM 16/06/2005, you wrote:
>***** Second Circular*****
>
>The 11th Canadian Continuous-Flow Isotope Ratio
>Mass Spectrometry Workshop
>
>August 14-17, 2005
>
>Description and Scope
>The original mandate of the continuous flow isotope ratio mass spectrometry
>(CF-IRMS) workshop was to assemble the Canadian stable isotope community in a
>forum where emerging applications and technical developments in CF-IRMS could
>be discussed.  Over the past 10 years the CF-IRMS workshop has grown into an
>international forum that groups both experienced and novice CF-IRMS users.
>Workshop participation is limited to 100 people, and 70 people are currently
>registered. The website has been recently updated and can be found at:
>
>http://www.uwo.ca/earth/LSIS/CF_IRMS%20Home.htm
>
>I have included a current list of participants, and the requests for
>workshops.
>If you would like to help out with these workshops please contact me as
>soon as
>possible.
>
>The conference is organized in the following way:
>
>Sunday August 14:  Introductory workshops intended for novice users and those
>requested by registered participants.  This includes morning talks on
>Introduction to Stable Isotopes (Gilles St. Jean), and Elemental Analyzers
>(Paul Middlestead).  In the afternoon there will be a workshop with an
>introduction to HPLC and irm-LCMS (Andreas Hilkert), and other workshops as
>requested by the participants.
>
>Monday August 15:  Manufacturers Forum.  Talks will be presented by our
>sponsors
>(Elementar, GV, Isomass, Sercon) and possibly other manufacturers (SGE,
>Swagelock).  We will have a poster session in the afternoon.
>
>Tuesday August 16:  Applications.  Dr. Zach Sharp will present our keynote
>address and will discuss laser applications.  In addition it looks like we
>will
>have application talks presented by Richard Doucett, Paul Eby, Andreas
>Hilkert,
>Toti Larson, Paul Middlestead, Orfan Shouakar-Stash, Anna Smirnoff, and Hilary
>Stuart Williams just to name a few!
>
>Wednesday August 17:  Equipment demonstrations and tours of the Laboratory for
>Stable Isotope Science (LSIS, Rm G54, Western Science Building).  It is
>possible that we will have additional workshops presented on Wednesday
>afternoon.
>
>New this year:  A Student Prize for best student presentation.
>
>This is the second announcement for the conference.  The deadline for
>registration and abstract submission has been extended to July 8, 2005.
>
>Contact and Organizing Committee Chair: Kim Law
>                                         LSIS
>                                         Department of Earth Sciences
>                                         The University of Western Ontario
>                                         [log in to unmask]

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