The time zone is controlled by you as an Indico Setting (top right). The session times will therefore be shifted if you are not set to Central Africa Time (CAT) = GMT+2.
Welcome to the 2022 joint virtual meeting of the African Light Source (AfLS), the African Physical Society (AfPS), and co-convened with several other Pan African professional science societies, all hosted by . We hope that you will join us as we communicate and celebrate Big Science and Big Goals for Africa!
As advanced light sources support multiple disciplines, the AfLS conference formally includes participation by the following Pan African scientific societies, which we are proud to count as supporters and partners in our vision to establish an advanced light source on the African continent.
The meeting program will cover a broad range of topics in four different tracks.
|Track 1 : AfLS :||14h00 - 19:00 CAT/GMT+2|
|Track 2 : AfPS :||09h00 - 17:00 CAT/GMT+2|
|Track 3 : Co-Convenors :||09h00 - 19:00 CAT/GMT+2|
The format of this exciting virtual meeting will allow attendees to take full advantage of the overlap between the different participating organizations. All registrants will be able to attend sessions in any track with a single registration.
Contributed oral presentations and posters are welcome. Please identify the track of your participation at the registration and abstract submission phases.
Registrants will be sent the Zoom room links shortly before the conference. Each track will have its own Room within the same Zoom Session. All sessions will be lived streamed to YouTube.
The programme details, as they are updated, are available in the Timetable link on the left-hand menu.
Students and Early Career Scientists Welcome
There is a limited amount of financial support for students and early-career professionals for online data packages for the conference. Applicants must first fully register and then apply using the link in the left panel.
The Joint Organizing Committee of this meeting observes the basic policy of non-discrimination and affirms the right and freedom of scientists to associate in international scientific activity without regard to factors such as ethnic origin, religion, citizenship, language, political stance, gender, sex or age, in accordance with the Statutes of the International Council for Science.
No barriers, which would prevent the participation of bona fide scientists, will exist at this meeting.