15th International Small-Angle Scattering conference (SAS 2012)

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  • On behalf of the Australian and New Zealand small-angle scattering communities, you are invited to attend the 15th International Small-Angle Scattering conference (SAS 2012), in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia from 18 - 23 November 2012.

    The Organising Committee is dedicated to providing a contemporary and dynamic feel to SAS 2012 with exciting social events and networking opportunities combined with high quality science in a spectacular setting. We will be showcasing talent from the next generation of small-angle scatterers as well as highlighting emerging areas of the field.

    Abstract Themes

    The Scientific Programme Committee invites you to submit abstracts of original research for presentation at the 15th International Small-Angle Scattering Conference.

    Abstract submissions can be made within the following themes. Only the theme, not sub-theme, can be selected; sub-themes are listed to provide guidance to authors and are not intended to be exhaustive.

    Structural Biology and Protein Scattering

    • a. Protein Solution Scattering
    • b. Complementary Biophysical Methods: Adding Value to Protein Structure
    • c. Intrinsically Disordered Proteins
    • d. DNA

    Medicine and Healthcare

    • a. Drug Delivery
    • b. Healthcare and Bio-Medical
    • c. Personal Care

    Membranes and Bilayers

    • a. Lipid Self-Assembly
    • b. Structure and Dynamics of Membranes
    • c. Lipid-Protein Interactions

    Polymers, Liquid Crystals and Networks

    • a. Hierarchically Organized Materials
    • b. Fibres and Fibrous Materials
    • c. Polymer Solutions
    • d. Crystallisation
    • e. Nanoparticles

    Complex Fluids

    • a. Colloidal Particles and Interactions
    • b. Surfactant Self-Assembly
    • c. Polyelectrolytes
    • d. Ionic Liquids
    • e. Colloidal Self-Assembly

    Magnetic Materials and Magnetic-Induced Order

    • a. Ferrofluids
    • b. Flux Line Lattices
    • c. Incident Beam Polarisation
    • d. Polarisation Analysis
    • e. Critical Scattering at Magnetic Phase Transitions

    Metals and Metallic Systems

    • a. Precipitation
    • b. Phase Transformation
    • c. Order and Disorder
    • d. Embrittlement

    Porous Systems, Ceramics, Glasses and Gelation

    • a. Mesoporous Materials
    • b. Nucleation and Growth
    • c. Hierarchical Porosity
    • d. Crystallisation

    Theory, Modelling, Simulation and Standardisation

    • a. Data Evaluation Schemes
    • b. Software and Analysis
    • c. Theory and Modelling
    • d. Standardisation
    • e. Data Reliability
    • f. Incorporation of Data from Complementary Techniques

    Applications and Technology

    • a. Food
    • b. Environmental Science
    • c. On-line Polymer Processing
    • d. Catalysis
    • e. Metallurgy, Damage and Defects
    • f. Energy Technology
    • g. Earth Sciences

    Surfaces and Interfaces

    • a. Films and Coatings
    • b. Grazing-Incidence
    • c. Near-Surface Scattering
    • d. Complementary Surface-Specific Methods

    Time-Resolved SAS and Non-Equilibrium Studies

    • a. Kinetics
    • b. Stopped Flow Methods
    • c. TISANE
    • d. Phase Transitions
    • e. Influence of Temperature and Pressure Jumps
    • f. Glasses and Gels
    • g. Bridging the Time-Gap Between Spin Echo and XPCS

    Extreme Environments or Conditions

    • a. Temperature
    • b. Pressure
    • c. Electrochemistry and Electric Fields
    • d. Pulsed Fields
    • e. Magnetic Fields Including Alignment Induced in Magnetic Fields
    • f. Other

    Coherent Scattering and Imaging

    • a. Coherent Diffraction Imaging
    • b. X-ray Photocorrelation Spectroscopy
    • c. Microfocus and Tomography Experiments with SAS
    • d. Near Field Scattering
    • e. Dynamics Using Coherent Sources

    Contrast Variation Approaches

    • a. Selective Deuteration
    • b. ASAXS
    • c. Nuclear Spin Contrast Variation
    • d. Employing Neutron Magnetic Moment

    New Instrumentation, Techniques and Beamline Components

    • a. New Lab Based Facilities
    • b. New Reactor, Spallation, Synchrotron, XFEL Instrumentation
    • c. Emerging Detector Technologies
    • d. Emerging Techniques
    • e. Enhanced Resolution, Q, Flux Approaches
    • f. Simultaneous Measurements
    • g. Complementary Techniques

    SAS2012 Prizes

    Otto-Kratky Award

    Anton-Paar has kindly agreed to sponsor the Otto-Kratky Award for young scientists in the field of SAXS. To be eligible, you must be a fully registered attendee to SAS2012, be author or co-author on an abstract utilising SAXS and either less than 35 years of age or fewer than five years since the date of PhD graduation. The prize winner will be announced during SAS2012 and will be awarded 750 €.

    Guinier Prize

    The Guinier prize will be awarded for outstanding contributions in the field of small-angle scattering and will be sponsored by the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr). Nominations will be sought for this prize and further details will be available soon.

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