Welcome! Here is information relating to the next TANG3O meeting to be held at Curtin University in Perth on 29 & 30 November 2016.
TANG3O is a voluntary association of researchers in the fields of thermochronology, noble gas geochemistry, and geochronology for the purpose of optimising access to facilities and results, enhancing technical developments and technique implementation, and creating a forum for dissemination of technical advances and research results relevant to the Australian geochronological, geochemical, and geological communities.
The objectives of TANG3O are:
To encourage collaboration through the development of an analytical network.
To facilitate collaborative access to facilities and expertise in thermochronology, noble gas geochemistry, and geochronology.
To enhance competitiveness through collaborative funding applications.
To increase bargaining power with instrument suppliers.
To provide a focus to develop partnerships with relevant industry and government agencies.
To promote Australia’s capabilities in thermochronology, noble gas geochemistry, and geochronology nationally and internationally.
We are now pleased to invite you to submit the title and short abstract of your proposed presentation(s).
This year the scientific program will include both oral and poster presentations to be organized in the following sessions/themes:
Session 1: Innovation – advances in instrumentation, analytical techniques and applications
Session 2: Extremes – pushing the boundaries (youngest, oldest, fastest, smallest, hottest, farthest, deepest…)
Session 3: Integration – demonstrating the power of applying multiple geo-/thermochronological systems to Earth and planetary science
Session 4: Collaboration – discussing TANG3O success stories
Session 5: Science for surveys and industry – demonstrating benefits to society, regional studies, miscellaneous applications
We would appreciate if you could confirm your attendance to the meeting and, if you plan to present, provide the following:
- A title for your presentation
- Short abstract (maximum of 150 words)
- Preferred format of presentation – poster or oral (10 minutes talk + 5 minutes discussion)
- Desired session (1 to 5 options as above)
Please send this information, by return e-mail, to email@example.com.
Deadline for abstract submission is 7 November 2016.
Thank you for your cooperation and looking forward to seeing you in Perth!
For further information on the TANG3O Workshop, please download a copy of the program below.
PARKING AT CURTIN
Car parking on the Curtin campus is very restricted. For details see http://properties.curtin.edu.au/gettingaround/parkingzones.cfm#summary
The above link reflects parking rates around the Chemistry building, which can be as low as $4 max. per day (for green zone) to $6 max. per day (for yellow & white zones). The visitor’s car park (blue zone) costs $3.40 per hour. The link also provides a sub link to the CellOPark app which would be required if any non-Curtin delegates intend driving to Curtin for the Conference.