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[SA_Scat] Reminder and Submission Deadline Extension to February 15,2016: SAS 2015 Special Issue of the Journal of Applied Crystallography

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  • Subject: [SA_Scat] Reminder and Submission Deadline Extension to February 15,2016: SAS 2015 Special Issue of the Journal of Applied Crystallography
  • From: "Allen, Andrew J" <andrew.allen@nist.gov>
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2016 14:47:52 +0000
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Dear SAS Community
This is a reminder that a selection of research papers from the SAS 2015 Conference will be published in a special issue of Journal of Applied Crystallography (http://journals.iucr.org/j).
The special issue will consist of a maximum of 25 papers presenting new, original and high-impact research, presented during the SAS 2015 Conference in Berlin, Germany, in September 2015.

All articles will be subject to a peer review process. Accepted articles will be published across a number of standard journal issues and then collected together into a virtual special issue.

Authors contributing to the special issue will be eligible for a 50% discount on the standard open-access fee for their article. In addition all Conference participants will be offered a 20% discount on the open-access publication of one article in any IUCr journal.

In order to be considered for the special issue, articles must be submitted via the SAS 2015 submission page at


Articles submitted through the journal's normal submission system will not be treated as part of the special issue.

The final closing date for submissions will now be 15 February 2016, with publication expected in Summer 2016.

Andrew Allen (andrew.allen@nist.gov<mailto:andrew.allen@nist.gov>) and Michael Gradzielski (michael.gradzielski@tu-berlin.de<mailto:michael.gradzielski@tu-berlin.de>)
[Guest Editors, SAS 2015 Special Issue]

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