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[SA_scat] ASAXS-workshop Berlin: Registration now open

Dear Colleagues,

*********      NEWS      *******************************
The Registration is now open. Please register before 20th March.

We would like to bring to your attention an International Workshop on 
Anomalous Small Angle X-ray Scattering (ASAXS) that will be organized 
from the Helmholtz Centre Berlin for Materials and Energy at the BESSY 
Synchrotron in Berlin, Germany from May 14 to 15, 2009.

This workshop will focus on theory, instrumentation and application of 
ASAXS in different fields of physics, chemistry, biology, materials- and

geo-sciences. The workshop will provide an opportunity to initiate and 
intensify collaborations and should give a kick off for further 
developments in the field of anomalous scattering.

It is also an important aspect of the meeting to specify new challenging

fields for ASAXS and discus new efforts in the development of dedicated 
software. Moreover, the complementary use of neutrons can be included.

The scientific program will consist on the following topics:
*         Theory of anomalous scattering
*         Instrumentation
*         Application
*         Additional use of neutrons

The invited speakers are:
M. Ballauff
A. Bota
G. Goerigk
H.-G. Haubold
K. Huber
H. Stuhrmann

Our workshop website with the registration is available via
http://www.helmholtz-berlin.de/asaxs-workshop .
We cordially invite you to visit this website for more detailed 
information and to register before 20th March.
Abstracts for an oral or poster contribution are welcome, but not
In case you decide later what subject you would like to present please 
send an email to the organizers.

We would appreciate, if you could spread this information among 
colleagues and friends.

Looking forward to see you in Berlin!

The organizing committee: Armin Hoell, Sylvio Haas, Yvonne Herzog

On behalf of the organizing committee
Armin Hoell.

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