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  • Dear IMMA Members,

    The IMMA is pleased to call for nominations for the IMMA Award and the . The nomination deadline is 18 May 2015.

    For more information on the awards, please refer to http://www.mesostructured.org. […]

  • It is a great pleasure and honour to extend to you a warm invitation to attend the 9th International Mesostructured Materials Symposium (IMMS-9) to be held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC), A […]

  • Dear IMMA member,

    During the upcoming IMMS-9 conference (Brisbane, August 2015), the IMMA will be giving out the IMMA Award, and now also the IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award. It is time to identify an […]

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  • Dear IMMA Members,

    The next IMMS (IMMS-9) will be hosted in Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Australia, in August 2015.

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee, I cordially invite you to attend this meeting.

    We, the Organizing Committee, will try to do our best to make this meeting a wonderful and memorable one.

    George Zhao

  • Asia-Pacific Conference on Electrochemical Energy Storage & Conversion (APEnergy 2014) 
    5–8 February 2014
    Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Australia
    Register Here

    About the Conference
    The first Asia-Pacific Conference on Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion (APEnergy2014) organized by The University of Queensland (UQ) aims to foster discussion of fundamental and technological challenges and research frontiers in developing next-generation electrochemical energy storage and conversion technology. APEnergy2014 will bring together leading researchers, scholars and company executives from the region (and beyond) to identify problems and establish contacts for collaborations and commercial exploitations. The conference will be held at Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) in South Bank Parklands – a unique precinct with a focus on the arts, culture and entertainment, and river side city oasis with inner-city beach, gardens and rainforest. BCEC is about 10-minute walk from Brisbane CBD. APEnergy2014 includes a welcome reception in the evening of 5 Feb, a three-day technical program from 6 to 8 Feb, and a conference banquet on 7 Feb. The conference features plenary, keynote, invited and oral talks, as well poster presentations. Five best posters will be selected and awarded with both cash prizes and certificates. On behalf of the Committees of APEnergy2014, we cordially invite you to Brisbane in February 2014 to join this event.

    Professor George Zhao, Conference Chair
    Professor Chris Greg, Conference Honorary Chair
    Professor Max Lu, Advisory Board Chair
    Conference Topics

    • Electrode materials
    • Rechargeable batteries
    • Electrochemical capacitors
    • Fuel cells
    • Electrolytes and safety issues
    • Methods for electrochemical measurements
    • Modeling and simulation
    • Design, optimization  and configuration of devices
    • Challenges for fundamental research
    • Challenges for commercialization
    • Challenges for the industry

    Conference Pre-Symposium
    A pre-symposium will be organized at UQ on 5 Feb to facilitate discussions on renewable energy with a focus on biofuels and solar/geothermal energy. Details including invited speakers and registration will be available online.
    Advisory Board

    • Chair
      Max Lu, UQ, Australia
    • Members 
      Chris Greig, UQ, Australia
      Lijun Wan, Beijing Institute of Chemistry, CAS, China
      John Goodenough, UT Austin, USA
      Guohua Chen, HKUST, China
      Shi-Xue Dou, University of Wollongong, Australia
      Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA

    Organizing Committee

    • Chair
      George Zhao, UQ, Australia
    • Honorary Chair                
      Chris Greg, UQ, Australia
    • Co-Chairs                          
      Huiming Cheng, China
      Arumugam Manthiram, USA
      Katsumi Kaneko, Japan
      Li Lu, Singapore
      Ashok Shukla, India
      Kisuk Kang, Korea
      Huakun Liu, Australia
    • Secretary
      Christine Deeming
    • Members
      John Bell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
      Mark Biggs, University of Adelaide, Australia
      Shelley Brown-Malker, VSP Company, Australia
      John Drennan, UQ, Australia
      Ian Gentle, UQ, Australia
      Pei-Zhi Guo, Qingdao University, China
      San Ping Jiang, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
      Denisa Jurcakova, UQ, Australia
      Hong-Liang Li, Qingdao University, China
      Shizhang Qiao, University of Adelaide, Australia
      Aaron Marshall, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
      Ajayan Vinu, UQ, Australia
      Dianlong Wang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
      Jiazhao Wang, University of Wollongong, Australia
      Lianzhou Wang, UQ, Australia
      John Zhu, UQ, Australia

     List of Confirmed Speakers (in alphabetical order)

    • Plenary Speakers
      Shi Xue Dou, University of Wollongong, Australia
      Morinobu Endo, Shinshu University, Japan
      Yury Gogotsi, Drexel University, USA
      John Goodenough (a video presentation), UT Austin, USA
      Seungmo Oh, Seoul National University, Korea
      Lijun Wan, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
      Dongyuan Zhao, Fudan University, China
    • Keynote Speakers            
      Kwong Yu Chan, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong, China
      Guohua Chen, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
      Lokhande Chandrakant, Shivaji University, India
      Jun Chen, Nankai University, China
      Huiming Cheng, Institute of Metals, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
      Liming Dai, Case Western Reserve University, USA
      Bruce Dunn, UCLA, USA
      Yunhui Huang, Wuhan University of Technology, China
      Kisuk Kang, Seoul National University, Korea
      Katsuhiko Kaneko, Shinshu University, Japan
      Jun Liu, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
      Li Lu, National University of Singapore, Singapore
      Eric McFarland, UCSB, USA
      Arumugam Manthiram, UT Austin, USA
      Katsuhiko Naoi, TUAT, Japan
      Laurent Pilon, UCLA, USA
      Jieshan Qiu, Dalian University of Technology, China
      Rod Ruoff, University of Texas – Austin, USA
      Ashok Shukla, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
      Gordon Wallace, University of Wollongong, Australia
      Weiguo Wang, Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology & Engineering, Chinese Academy of Science, China
      Dingguo Xia, Peking University, China
      Tao Zhang, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
      Yuegang Zhang, Suzhou Institute of Nano Tech and Nano Bionics, China
    • Invited Speakers              
      John Bell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
      Mark Biggs, University of Adelaide, Australia
      Torsten Brezesinski, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
      Junhong Chen, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, USA
      Namita Choudhury, University of South Australia, Australia
      Aijun Du, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
      John Drennan, UQ, Australia
      Ian Gentle, UQ, Australia
      Yu-Guo Guo, Beijing Institute of Chemistry, China
      San-Ping Jiang, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
      Pooi See Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
      Zhonghuai Liu, Shaanxi Normal University, China
      Aaron Marshall, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
      Nookala Munichandraiah, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India
      Gaoquan Shi, Tsinghua University, China
      Jing Sun, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, CAS, China
      Yung-Eun Sung, Seoul National University, Korea
      Dianlong Wang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
      Donghai Wang, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
      Guoxiu Wang, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
      Kang Xu, US Army Research Laboratory, USA
      Quanhong Yang, Tsinghua University, China
      Wensheng Yang, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, China
      Lingjie Zhi, National Center for Nanoscience and Technology, China

     Registration
    Register Here

    • Early bird registration fee: A$900.00.
    • Late registration fee: A$1000.
    • On-site registration fee: A$1,200.
    • The registration fee covers conference kits, an abstract book, ticket for welcome reception, three-day technical program, three-day morning and afternoon teas and lunches. The conference banquet will be on 7 Feb, and the ticket (A$120) can be purchased online or onsite. Online registration will become available soon. Onsite registration starts from 16:00 of 5 Feb. The conference welcome reception starts from 18:00 on 5 Feb.
    • Refund policy: TBC
    • Registration for attending part of the conference: it is allowable to register for attending one-day ($300.00) or two-day ($600) program. The above refund policies apply.

    Publications
    Papers presented at APEnergy2014 will be published in Energy & Environmental Science as a themed issue. The organizing committee is negotiating with another journal to publish selected and peel-reviewed papers present at this conference and its pre-symposium.
    Submission of abstracts and full manuscripts
    Abstract template and online submission will be available soon.
    Contact
    Please contact [email protected] for more information.

    Register Here

  • Rules for the IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award
    Draft of the IMMA Council, May 22, 2013

    It is moved that the IMMA establish an individual IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award for “The most significant lifetime contribution to Mesostructured Materials Science and Technology”.

    The IMMA Award Committee, established according to the rules of the IMMA, is responsible for soliciting nominations with appropriate supporting documentation from the IMMA membership. The nomination should be accompanied by a complete Curriculum Vitae with publication list, a list of the ten most important publications and a 2-page summary outlining in detail the lifetime achievements of the nominee. The nomination must be endorsed by at least five established scientists active in the field of mesostructured materials. A candidate should not be nominated for both IMMA Awards in the same year.

    The Award Committee should ensure that the acceptance of nominations is advertised in the first circular of the upcoming Conference. Members of the Award Committee are ineligible for the Award. If a member of the Award Committee is nominated, then to be considered, they must resign and will be replaced by the IMMA Executive Committee.

    IMMA Lifetime Achievement Award nominations are due not later than three months prior to the upcoming Conference. The IMMA Award Committee shall consider the nominations and present to the IMMA council members a slate of nominees together with the appropriate support (summary, references list, supporting letters) no later than one month prior to the Conference. The IMMA Award Committee is entrusted to solicit nominations in order to receive more than one proposal: an appropriate slate would be composed of three to five or more nominations. The IMMA Council members are required to keep this information confidential. No sitting IMMA Councilors or IMMA Award Selection Committee members should propose, nominate or endorse candidates for the IMMA Award.

    Any IMMA Council member being nominated for the Award shall not attend the Council meeting devoted to the discussion and the vote for the Awardee. Following a discussion at the IMMA Conference, the president shall conduct a ballot of the IMMA Council members to select the Awardee. Each member of the Council present shall vote for only one candidate in a secret voting. The total score will specify the Awardee. The Award will be announced by the IMMA President at the Conference Banquet.

  • Draft of the IMMA Council, May 22, 2013
    It is moved that there be established an IMMA Award Committee responsible for soliciting nominations with appropriate supporting documentation from the IMMA membership and the Award Committee for “The most significant contribution to Mesostructured Materials Science and Technology” made in the past four years until December 31st of the year before the coming conference. For instance for the Summer 2013 Conference the period considered is “January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2012”.

    The Award may be given to an individual or to a group* making a significant contribution.

    The nomination from the IMMA membership should be accompanied by a list of references and a 2-page summary outlining in detail the novel findings and their scientific merit. The nomination must be endorsed by at least five established scientists active in the field of mesostructured materials.

    The Award Committee shall consist of a non-voting chairperson and at least five members to be appointed by the IMMA Council at the first day of the Conference. The chairperson is the vice-president of IMMA, he or she directs the discussions as an ex-officio member. One member at least will be from the resigning Award Committee. The newly appointed Award Committee is advised to meet during the Conference to set its selection rules and means of soliciting nominations. They are advised to confer with the resigning Award Committee. The Award Committee should ensure that the acceptance of nominations is advertised in the first circular of the upcoming Conference. Members of the Award Committee are ineligible for the Award. If a member of the Award Committee is nominated, then to be considered, they must resign and will be replaced by the IMMA Executive Committee.

    IMMA Award nominations are due not later than three months prior to the upcoming Conference. The IMMA Award Committee shall consider the nominations and present to the IMMA council members a slate of nominees together with the appropriate support (summary, references list, supporting letters) no later than one month prior to the Conference. The IMMA Award Committee is entrusted to solicit nominations in order to receive more than one proposal: an appropriate slate would be composed of three to five or more nominations. The IMMA Council members are required to keep this information confidential. No sitting IMMA Councilors or IMMA Award Selection Committee members should propose, nominate or endorse candidates for the IMMA Award.

    Any IMMA Council member being nominated for the Award shall not attend the Council meeting devoted to the discussion and the vote for the Awardee. Following a discussion at the IMMA Conference, the president shall conduct a ballot of the IMMA Council members to select the Awardee. Each member of the Council present shall vote for only one candidate in a secret voting. The total score will specify the Awardee. The Award will be announced by the IMMA President at the Conference Banquet.

    *The group is expected to have made a joint contribution

  • The IMMA has as its main objective to promote and encourage the science and technology of mesoporous molecular sieves and other mesostructured materials.
    Article 1 Name, scope and purpose

    Section 1. The name shall be International Mesostructured Materials Association hereafter designated IMMA.

    Section 2. IMMA is a non for profit organization set up under the laws of Canada.

    Section 3. IMMA general scope is to promote and encourage all aspects of the science and technology of mesostructured materials.

    Section 4. One of the purposes of IMMA is to organize International Mesostructured Materials Symposia (IMMS) in continuation of the series of International Symposium on Mesoporous Molecular Sieves which started in Baltimore in 1998. Other purposes are to sponsor or promote other activities such as special meetings, working groups, publications and educational activities in this field.

    Article 2. Membership

    Section 1. Any person active or interested in the study or application of mesostructured materials shall be eligible for membership.

    Section 2. To become a member, a person can submit an application using the form available on the web site of IMMA. (http://www.mesostructured.alphapress.com.au).

    Article 3. Dues, Finances and Compensations.

    Section 1.The Council shall decide on membership dues and on the way of collecting these.

    Section 2. The fiscal year of IMMA shall end on December 31st. At the end of the fiscal year, the treasurer shall make a statement of the financial situation to the members of the executive committee as defined in Article 4, Section 1.

    Section 3. No compensation shall be paid to any officer for services rendered to IMMA in such capacities, except for expenses incurred in their duties as specifically authorized by the Council.

    Article 4. Officers of IMMA

    Section 1. The Council, elected as described in Article 6, shall elect from its own membership a president, a vice-president, a secretary and a treasurer who constitute the Executive Committee (EC).

    Section 2. No person shall hold more than one office simultaneously. The organizer of an IMMS, as defined in Article 7, Section 1 cannot be a member of the executive committee while acting in this capacity.

    Article 5. Duties of officers and Council members.

    Section 1. The Council meets immediately after election to elect the officers as described in Article 4, Section 1.

    Section 2. The president shall be the chief executive officer, responsible for all actions except as delegated to the other officers.

    Section 3. The vice-president shall perform all duties of the office of the president in the latter’s absence, incapacity or arbitrary refusal to act. In such a case the rest of the IMMA executive committee will solicit a decision of the Council to transfer the responsibilities of the president to the vice-president. The vice-president shall be responsible for the organization of the election as described in Article 6, and shall present a slate for nomination of the Council the first day of the IMMS. The vice-president shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Council or the president.

    Section 4. The secretary shall carry out the normal duties of a secretary. Such duties include maintaining a list of members and their addresses, recording of minutes of all meetings (including those of major committees if required), maintaining records of all correspondence related to the business of IMMA, and other such duties as may be prescribed by the Council or the president from time to time. If the secretary is unable to attend, the Council must appoint a temporary substitute.

    Section 5. The treasurer shall be the custodian of all funds as well as all financial books and records of the IMMA and shall deposit all such funds in the name of the IMMA in such depository or depositories as shall be designated by the Council. The finances of IMMA and of IMMS’s shall be separate. The treasurer of the IMMA cannot be at the same time treasurer of an IMMS. The treasurer shall submit in timely manner tax-reports to appropriate Internal Revenue Services as required by Canadian law. The treasurer shall perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the Council or the president.

    Section 6. The IMMA-Council shall conduct the business of the IMMA. Decisions by the Council must be supported by a simple majority vote (the majority being counted as one half plus one of the members, including those not attending the meeting) with the president not voting. Council members not attending the meeting can cast their vote in writing for such matters as notified in advance (formal communication one month prior to the meeting) by the secretary. In case of a tie, the president shall cast the decisive vote.

    Article 6. Organization and elections

    Section 1. The Council shall consist of a maximum of 14 members elected as individuals without regard to nationality or membership in any other society. Election takes place at an open meeting of the membership during an IMMS as defined in Article 1, Section 4.

    Section 2. The president (or his designee) of affiliated organizations as defined in Article 7 may participate in the activities of the IMMA Council as a non-voting member.

    Section 3. A Council member is elected for a maximum of six years or to the next upcoming IMMS meeting. New Council members replacing those retiring for other reasons shall serve only the remaining term of the ones they replace.
    Section 4. At each IMMS, the members present shall elect a number of new members to replace those who are leaving the Council. A nominating committee for these new members shall be set up by the Council. The nominating committee shall propose a number to be replaced, or more. At the end of the first day of the IMMS, the nominating committee shall give the slate to the secretary who will post it on the morning of the second day. This slate will contain a statement concerning the duties of the Council members, reminding the electorate that Council members are elected as individuals to represent the membership as a whole and not to advance the views of any selected pressure group. Additional names from the membership shall be accepted by the end of the meeting on the second day when signed by ten or more members of the IMMA and containing a signature of acceptance to serve from the candidate. The combined slate shall be posted early on the day of an election held at an open meeting of the membership.
    Section 5. Each member shall mark one ballot, marking -n- names on the slate, -n- being the number of members to be elected. No other type of marking shall be accepted. The vice-president shall appoint tellers who shall count the number of votes for each candidate. The -n- candidates with the highest number of votes shall be declared elected. The records of this vote will be kept. In case of a tie for the -nth- place the vice-president shall toss a coin. In case of the election of members for a shorter period than defined in Article 6, Section 3, these will be selected from the -nth- place up.

    Section 6. The Council composed of the remaining and of the new members shall meet as soon as possible after the election of the new members, and prior to the conclusion of the IMMS, shall elect from among themselves a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer by simple majority. This meeting will be chaired by the outgoing president.

    Section 7. Between IMMS’s, the business of IMMA shall be conducted by the delegated Executive Committee as defined in Article 4, Section 1. The EC may make all decisions that in its judgment are consistent with existing policy and practice. The EC shall consult (in writing) the full Council for all other matters needing discussion prior to the next IMMS. After such consultation, a decision on such matters can be taken by the Council at any occasion between conferences, provided this is supported by a simple majority as defined in Article 5, Section 6. The Council may decide to organize a vote in writing for the full IMMA membership as defined in Article 2; in such case, the Council’s decision must be supported by a simple majority of those responding.

    Section 8. The EC shall solicit proposals for organizing the IMMS to be held after the one already scheduled. A proposal should contain sufficient detail, including the specific proposed symposium location, to permit reasonable decision upon its merits, and must contain the name of a person who agrees to become the symposium organizer if selected. The EC shall present the proposals to the Council one month before the beginning of the IMMS. The Council shall review the proposals and make a selection of not more than 2 proposals to be presented to the membership during the last business meeting of the conference, for approval or final selection.

    Article 7. International Mesostructured Materials Symposium Organization

    Section 1. The IMMS organizer shall personally select the committees and/or co-organizers to organize the next symposium, using the guidance and judgment of the Council. The organization selected by the organizer is called the Organizing Committee (OC). The Council shall appoint among its members one observer to this (OC).

    Section 2. The financial gains (or losses) from the organization of an IMMS will accrue to the IMMA, unless specifically shared contractually with co-sponsoring organizations, as approved by the IMMA Council.

    Section 3. The organizing committee will comprise unpaid volunteer members.
    Section 4. The progress of the IMMS organization will be reported to the IMMA President at least once a year in the form of a written sub-committee report.

    Section 5. As soon as possible after the closure of an IMMS, the IMMS treasurer will submit a complete counting of receipts and disbursements to the IMMA treasurer with sufficient detail to be used for tax-reporting purposes.

    Section 6. The duties of the organizing committee will terminate with the submission of the treasurer’s report and transfer of residual funds to the IMMA.

    Article 8. Affiliated Organizations

    Section 1. Upon their request, other organizations, regional or other, also promoting the science and technology of mesostructured materials may become affiliated to IMMA.

    Section 2. The IMMA Council will vote to grant or not to grant the affiliated status to an organization as defined in section 1 after investigation of the constitution and bylaws of this organization.

    Section 3. The affiliated status cannot be granted, or can be forfeited if a conflict arises with the IMMA constitution and bylaws.

    Section 4. The IMMA cannot be held legally responsible for the activities of such affiliated organizations.

    Article 9. Modification of constitution and bylaws

    Section 1. Each proposed change in the constitution and bylaws shall be introduced by a petition submitted to the EC and signed by at least 10 members of the general membership, or by a majority of the Council.
    Section 2. The EC shall then arrange for adequate publicity either by an announcement with the next routine mailing to the membership or by posting or distribution at the first opportunity at the next conference, whichever comes earlier.

    Section 3. Voting on each change in the constitution and bylaws shall be by a simple majority vote of the members present at the first scheduled IMMS.

    Article 10. Dissolution of the IMMA

    Section 1. The IMMA shall be dissolved if a petition is approved by a simple majority vote of the members present at an IMMS following the same procedure as for a change of the constitution and bylaws.

    Section 2. In the event of dissolution, the funds of the IMMA shall be donated to recognized international scientific organizations and subject to the agreement of such organizations. The choice of the organizations shall be the responsibility of the Executive Committee.

    Article 11. Inspection of books, accounts and records

    Section 1. The books, accounts and records of the IMMA shall be open for inspection at any time by any officer or member of the Council.

  • The organizing committee cordially invites you to the 8th International Mesostructured Materials Symposium (IMMS-8, IMMS2013) which will be held in Awaji Island, Hyogo, during May 20-24, 2013.

    It is kindly supported by Japan Zeolite Association and Catalysis Society of Japan.

    International Mesostructured Materials Association, IMMA, organizes continuous IMMS meetings. The related meetings were held in Baltimore (IMMS-1, 1998), Quebec (IMMS-2, 2000), Jeju Island (IMMS-3, 2002), Cape Town (IMMS-4, 2004), Shanghai (IMMS-5, 2006), Namur (IMMS-6, 2008), and Sorrento (IMMS-7, 2010, joint with 16 IZC).

  • The International Zeolite Association together with the Russian National Zeolite Association extend a cordial invitation to all colleagues in the field of zeolites and ordered porous materials to participate in the 17th International Zeolite Conference (17th IZC), which will be held from July 7 to July 12 2013 in Moscow, Russia. The Conference will cover all aspects of the science and technology associated with ordered mesostructured and porous materials – zeolites, zeotypes, mesostructured materials and porous hybrid solids (MOFs). The extremely high rate of the discovery of novel ordered porous nanomaterials, on the one hand, and the increasing demand in catalysts, adsorbents, membranes, sensors, etc. for new sustainable technologies, on the other hand, will set the concept of the conference:
    Zeolites and ordered porous materials:
    bridging the gap between nanoscience and technology”

     The Conference will be preceded by an Intensive Summer School (July 5-6, 2013), which will be organized at the Educational Center of Moscow State University. A Post-Conference Field Trip is scheduled for July 13-15, 2013 in the beautiful area of Karelia very rich in minerals.

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    AlphaPress has built this website using WordPress, which makes it easy for us to update content and add news, articles, people moves and other interesting information from the world of Mesostructured Materials.

    Have you or someone you know published a ground-breaking paper, moved into a role covering an interesting new niche in our field, joined a new research team or have a friend with something interesting to tell the Mesostructured Community? If so, we want to hear about it!

    If you like one of the articles we have posted on the site, please like it, share it or comment on it! Want to make sure you get the first word on the latest news and updates? Sign up to our blog mailing list, and get updates in your mailbox as soon as we publish them.

    Since our new system also allows for multiple contributors, authors and editors, we are also open to the possibility of qualified individuals joining our editorial team, whether it be to add information and articles, act as an editor by deciding what new information can and cannot be published, or to help with graphics editing and picture editing where required.

    The more relevant information we have in this site, the more useful it will be to our members. And the more members we have, the stronger our Association will become. So whether you have something to tell us, want to join our Association, or just want to hear the latest news, we welcome you to join us!

    Best Regards,
    IMMA Team
    2013-03-20

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