"Foundations of Cryocoolers" will be offered on May 17 as a prelude to  the International Cryocooler Conference program. Registration for the course, which is only offered biennially at the ICC, closes May 13.

"Foundations of Cryocoolers" will be offered on May 17 as a prelude to the International Cryocooler Conference (ICC16) program. Registration for the course, which is only offered biennially at the ICC, closes May 13.

The course will be taught by Dr. Ray Radebaugh and Dr. Willy Gully at the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center in Atlanta. Held just before ICC16, the course will discuss developments in cryocooler technology and concepts. It can serve as an introduction to the topic for those relatively new to the field but also provides good general knowledge for those only familiar with one type of cryocooler. An expert in cryocoolers, Dr. Radebaugh is a consultant to the Physical and Chemical Properties Division of NIST in Boulder. Also an expert, Dr. Gully is a staff consultant at Ball Aerospace.

Registration for the one-day course is $300; students with a valid school ID can enroll for $150. For more information, contact the Cryogenic Society of America at www.cryogenicsociety.org.

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