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  • Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 08:16:52 +0000
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Dear Colleagues,It gives me great pleasure to communicate that LiQ2015 – Current frontiers on liquid-liquid interfaces workshop will be held in Grenoble, France during October 21-23, 2015. The intended aim of the workshop is to promote the future development of studies at liquid-liquid interfaces using neutron and X-ray scattering techniques. The audience of the workshop will comprise scientists who are interested in catalysis, electrochemistry, transfer, soft matter mixtures and biophysics at liquid-liquid interfaces. The workshop will also appeal to scientists who may consider the extension of their studies conducted in the bulk to liquid interfaces as well as to those who have not used scattering techniques in their research to date. This workshop will also be used as a platform to identify priority areas that can have the greatest impact on the development of scattering techniques in the study of liquid-liquid interfaces in the future.
More detailed information can be found on the Website http://www.ill.eu/liq2015You can also find attached a flyer describing the key focus of this workshop.
Kind Regards,
The organizing committee

Richard Campbell
Fabio Comin
Olivier Diat
Giovanna Fragneto
Yuri Gerelli (chair)
Oleg Konovalov
Ernesto Scoppola

CONTACTS: liq2015@ill.eu<mailto:liq2015@ill.eu>
Secretary: Carole Beboua, beboua@ill.eu<mailto:beboua@ill.eu>
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