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2009 ACA Meeting, July 25 - 30, 2009, Sheraton City Centre Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada :


"Online registration is now closed. Please register on site at the registration desk beginning Saturday, July 25th at 7:30am."

All attendees, including invited speakers and accompanying guests, must register. Each registered participant will receive a cd of abstracts, a program schedule, a name badge securing admission to the Opening Reception, Exhibit Show and Scientific Sessions. The Guest registration does not allow entry into the scientific sessions. It does allow entry to the Opening Reception, and Exhibit Show. Participants with special needs arising from disabilities are invited to contact the Registration Office to discuss appropriate accommodations.

Registration Costs

Registration type     Before 31st May 2009   After 31st May 2009/on-site

      regular                 US$400                 US$600
      retired                 US$160                 US$240
      postdoc                 US$200                 US$300
      student                 US$160                 US$240
      non-member              US$600                 US$900
      postdoc non-member      US$300                 US$450
      student non-member      US$240                 US$360
      guest                   US$ 50                 US$ 50

Workshops                                                        after May 31
WK.01 JANA (Friday 24th July & Saturday 25th July)   US$200        US$250 
WK.02 Twinning (Saturday 25th July)                  US$110        US$130

free for registered students and postdocs
All others (including guests)  US$20

Mentor/Mentee Dinner
Mentee - US$25
Mentor - US$35

Awards Banquet
Students - US$30
All others  (including postdocs) US$60

Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering

The ACA2009 website is hosted by the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering.

Contact the ACA 2009 organisers

The American Crystallographic Association (ACA) is an affiliate member of the IUCr and adheres to the IUCr Scientific Freedom Policy and is a member of the American Institute of Physics