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Geant4 users in space applications may be interested to submit an abstract on their ongoing projects to the IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium (http://www.nss-mic.org/2006). IEEE NSS is a major conference in experimental technologies, including a Software & Computing session. This year it will take place in San Diego, the week before the SPENVIS-Geant4 Space User Workshop also hosted in California in 2006.
The official deadline for abstract submission is over, but direct submission to the conveners is still accepted.
Looking forward to many exciting Geant4 results,
Maria Grazia Pia
NSS Software & Computing co-Convener
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