African Synchrotron Network for Advanced Energy Materials
The aim of ASNAEM
is to foster the development of skilled synchrotron users in the sub-sahara region and to build lasting partnerships with the respective beneficiaries. This is with the hope that when the first synchrotron facility is built in Africa, there will be a diverse local skilled user community capable and ready to utilse the facility. This project is funded by the UK Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) initiative.
The workshop aims to provide a platform for knowledge exchange and collaboration initiatives focussed on the use of synchrotron x-rays to study advanced energy materials. ASNAEM will enable a diverse local community that is well prepared to utilise the first African Light Source
Energy materials characterisation
Energy device design and fabrication
Other related synchrotron techniques
(21 April 2020): In response to Covid-19 and the current global epidemic situation, the organising committee have decided to postpone the ASNAEM 2020 Workshop until 2021. We will aim to keep the original venue (Johannesburg Business School
). Further details will follow closer to the time.
Registration and Abstract
Registration is free, however it is either by Invitation or by Accepted Abstract.
If you would like to attend, you should (using the menu options on the left)
Make sure you have credentials for the SAPI Indico System
(register if necessary - see Log In Button Top Right).
Log In to Indico and then Register for ASNEAM 2020
Log In to Indico and then Submit an Abstract.
We will then assess your Abstract and revert.
Students are especially welcome and encouraged to attend.
Please get in contact with the organisers via the instructions on the link on the left menu. We will do our best to arrange your attendance and suppoort.
The ASAEM is supported by: the UK GCRF and University of Southampton
For more information on sponsorship, contact the Organising Committee Chair by mail, Marcus C Newton at M.C.Newton@soton.ac.uk