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[SA_scat] SAS-2012 - Second Call for Poster Abstracts

15th International Small-Angle Scattering Conference SAS2012

18 - 23 November 2012, Sydney, Australia

The SAS2012 Committee would like to invite you to submit an abstract to be considered for inclusion in the Poster Programme.

This second Call for Poster abstracts has been opened in response to the high volume of requests from those who wish to participate in the SAS2012 programme but missed the original call for abstracts.

If you have already submitted an abstract and wish to submit additional abstracts (for posters only), you will have received notification on how to do this by email. If this is not the case, please contact the SAS2012 Secretariat (details below) for assistance.

If you have not yet submitted an abstract but wish to do so, please follow the instructions on the conference website at www.sas2012.com/Posters.htm

The Call for Poster abstracts closes midnight, 3 October 2012 Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).

Please visit the Conference website www.sas2012.com for further information on themes and sub-themes and the full abstract submission guidelines.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Conference Secretariat below:

SAS2012 Secretariat
Phone: + 61 2 9254 5000
Fax:        + 61 2 9254 3552
Email:    programme@sas2012.com
Yours sincerely,
SAS2012 Secretariat

Dr. Elliot Paul Gilbert FRSA RPM
Project Leader, Quokka (SANS) 
Project Leader, Food Science
Bragg Institute 
Locked Bag 2001
Kirrawee DC
NSW 2232
Tel: (61)-2-9717-9470 
Fax: (61)-2-9717-3606 
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