The Miller Conference on Radiation Chemistry is an international meeting devoted to all aspects of Radiation Chemistry Research and Applications. It is held every two years and gathers scientists and technologists from all over the world, providing an important opportunity to exchange ideas between people with different backgrounds and to foster the professional growth of both early carrier and experienced researchers.
The aim of the Miller Conference is to have the best and most inspirational speakers and moderators that can stimulate the audience with their views on emerging research fields as well as with compelling questions that the scientific community should address. For this reason adequate time is provided for the scientific discussion during the sessions and for social activities.
The conference will be held in a high-quality venue on the edge of Keswick town centre, complemented by social activities in unique Lake District locations nearby. Further details, including transport and accommodation guidance, will be announced soon.
Look out for further details about the programme of topics and speakers coming soon!