I am pleased to invite you to exhibit at the upcoming International Conference on Condensed Nuclear Matter Science (ICCF-18), “Applying the Scientific Method to Understanding Anomalous Heat Effects: Opportunities and Challenges” hosted by the University of Missouri - Columbia on July 21-17, 2013.
We are excited about the programs that will be a part of the conference. Some of our distinguished invited speakers include Dr. David Kidwell, Research Scientist, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory; Dr. Kasagi, Professor Emeritus of the Research Center for Electron Photon Science, Tohoku University, Japan; and Dr. Thomas Passell, Owner, TOP Consulting and retired project manager for Electric Power Research Institute. Designed for the scientific and innovation/entrepreneurial communities, ICCF-18 will showcase strengths within existing research collaborations in Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (CMNS).
We expect conference attendees to represent the global community from 15 countries. Table top space is $250 for an 8-foot table with two chairs. Exhibits will be open on Sunday, July 21 from 6-8 pm, Monday, July 22 from 2 – 4:30 pm and Tuesday, July 23 in the afternoon. Setup will be available Sunday afternoon or early Monday morning. Attached to this email is the Exhibit Application Form for your convenience.
We hope that you will consider exhibiting at this important international conference and joining the CMNS community in a celebration of the scientific method.