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We are pleased to invite you to participate on the 16th International Conference on Particle Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE2019) to be held at the CCC of Caldas da Rainha, Portugal.
Please take one or two minutes to create an account and register as a potential participant. This will complete your free pre‑registration, which will give you access to dedicated information, including some that we may not display, or may be not promptly available, in this web page. The full registration, will use the same data but will only be complete after payment, which will be possible after the 1st of November.
Initiated in the 1970s, the Int. PIXE conference was renovated in 2010. The name was shortened to its present status and the focus on the techniques development and improvements in applications were enhanced.
Starting in 2013, the conference became biennial and each meeting has a specific theme.
The PIXE2019 theme, “Unravelling secrets from atoms to planets”, aims to emphasise the presently expanding multi-scale scope of the technique, supported on an important set of recent developments. We expect you will join us to ear about the most recent of these as well as new and important applications of both these and older ones.
PIXE2019 is promoted by the non-profit association AdFisicateca in a joint venture with researchers from the University of Lisbon, the New University of Lisbon, the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria and the IEQUALTECS Lda enterprise.
PIXE2019 is organized in cooperation with International Atomic Energy Agency.
The support of various entities, which logos are displayed below is acknowledge.