Facility overviews: ISIS: ISIS status report (J Finney and D A Gray). IPNS: Status of the intense pulsed neutron source (B Brown). LANSCE: Recent progress at LANSE (R Pynn). KENS: Progress at the pulsed-spallation neutron facility KENS (N Watanabe). SINQ: Status report of SINQ: a continuous spallation neutron source (W E Fischer). Invited papers: The ISIS target (A Carne). The proton storage ring: problems and solutions (R Macek). Shielding concerns at a spallation source (G J Russel et al). Tuesday, October 4, 1988. Session I, invited papers: Target system materials and engineering problems (W E Fischer). Cold moderator scattering kernels (R MacFarlane). Cold moderators for spallation sources (A T Lucas and H Robinson). The advanced MAPLE reactor concept (R F Lidstone et al). Design calculations for the ANS cold source (R A Little and R G Alsmiller, Jr). Session II, invited papers: Opportunities for research program development at LANSCE (C D Bowman). Introduction to maximum entropy (D S Sivia). New instruments at IPNS: POSY II and SAD II (R K Crawford et al). The ASPUN project (R Kustom). Instrument workshop, session I (16 papers). Target-station workshop, session I (9 papers). Instrument workshop, session II (4 papers). Target-station workshop, session II (9 papers). Wednesday, October 5, 1988. Panel discussion: User requirements as they impact spallation neutron source design. Thursday, October 6, 1988. Invited papers: Advanced spallation sources: scientific opportunities and technical feasibility (G Bauer). The US advanced neutron source (C West). Instrument workshop, session I (6 papers). Target-station workshop, session 1 (9 papers). Instrument workshop, session II (6 papers). Target-station workshop, session II (4 papers). Friday, October 7, 1988. Invited paper: Summaries and future projections (P A Egelstaff).