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[SA_Scat] Future Applications of Small-Small Angle Scattering toSoft Matter, May 5 2016, Swindon, UK

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  • Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2016 11:01:15 +0000
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Future Applications of Small-Small Angle Scattering to Soft Matter
Thursday May 5, 2016Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK
Organised by the Society of the Chemical Industry and the Royal Society of Chemistry, with support from the Institute of Physics and the STFC ISIS Pulsed Neutron and Muon Source.
A 1-day meeting that will focus on state-of-the-art applications of SANS across a range of Soft Matter systems, and the future scientific opportunities that will come from new facilities, new instruments, and technical advances.
The meeting will also celebrate the retirement of Dr Richard K Heenan, principal scientist in SANS at ISIS and author of the FISH model-fitting software.
For more information, and to register, please visit:https://www.soci.org/Events/Display-Event?EventCode=COLL468
Confirmed Speakers:
Prof Julian Eastoe, University of BristolDr Fabrizia Foglia, Imperial College LondonProf Peter Griffiths, University of GreenwichDr Martin Hollamby, Keele UniversityAssoc Prof Andrew Jackson, European Spallation SourceProf Jayne Lawrence, King's College LondonProf Luigi Paduano, University of NaplesProf Adrian Rennie, Uppsala UniversityDr Sarah Rogers, ISIS Pulsed Neutron SourceDr Richard Heenan, ISIS Pulsed Neutron Source

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