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[SA_Scat] CanSAS XI Meeting in Freising / Germany

Dear small-angle-scatterers,
canSAS (www.cansas.org<http://www.cansas.org>) stands for collective action for nomadic small-angle scatterers.  The activities are aimed at improving co-operation between synchrotron and neutron facilities as well as users and manufacturers of laboratory SAXS equipment to advance the technique. Co-operation aims principally to improve shared data handling and analysis tools, provide information resources to the community and to ensure reproducibility and reliability. A current theme is to bring this work to grazing incidence scattering.
The next canSAS workshop will be hosted by JCNS/MLZ from 8 to 10 July 2019 in Freising near Munich, Germany. Some preliminary details and links for registration are on the web:www.fz-juelich.de/jcns/EN/Leistungen/ConferencesAndWorkshops/canSASXI/_node.html<http://www.fz-juelich.de/jcns/EN/Leistungen/ConferencesAndWorkshops/canSASXI/_node.html>
People interested in joining these activities are welcome to register now for the meeting and to submit titles/abstracts for short presentations on themes that would promote further co-operation. It is expected that a large part of the time will be devoted to break-out sessions and discussion so that effective work plans emerge.
The organisers look forward to seeing you next July and to holding a productive meeting in Freising.
Best wishes,
Adrian Rennie and Henrich Frielinghaus
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