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[SA_scat] Late Call for Contributions: SAS for Magnetism Symposiumat IUCr Congress

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  • Subject: [SA_scat] Late Call for Contributions: SAS for Magnetism Symposiumat IUCr Congress
  • From: <stephen.king@stfc.ac.uk>
  • Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2014 13:21:20 +0000
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Dear Colleagues:

We are asking for late contributions to the microsymposium "Small angle scattering for magnetism and magnetic structures", which is to be held at the 23rd Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography in Montreal, Canada from August 5-12, 2014 (www.iucr2014.org<http://www.iucr2014.org>).

Description of the Symposium:  Small-angle neutron and X-ray scattering have a distinguished track record in the study of magnetism and magnetic structures. This session will focus on recent studies and opportunities for SAS. Topics will include ferrofluids, flux line lattices, superconductivity, skyrmions, application of neutron polarisation (incident and analysis).

Please send your abstract (one-page pdf) directly to either Joachim Kohlbrecher (joachim.kohlbrecher@psi.ch<mailto:joachim.kohlbrecher@psi.ch>) or Andreas Michels (andreas.michels@uni.lu<mailto:andreas.michels@uni.lu>).



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