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[SA_Scat] theLightStuff online lecture series,lecture #3: Friday 17th, 15:30 UTC

Dear fellow scatterers,

To help break the isolation between researchers stuck at home in these pandemic times, we have set up an international online short lecture series on scattering and diffraction. The lectures normally take place on Fridays via a Zoom webinar. Details on the current schedule are here:

With this lecture series we hope to highlight early-career researchers (ECRs) and their projects, with talks aimed at Ph.D. students, post-docs and other ECRs. With permission of the speakers, the talks are recorded and put online as well, to broaden the access to the talks. The first two of these talks have now appeared online: 

The upcoming lecture is that of Dr. Lilo Pozzo talking about time-resolved neutron scattering to elucidate molecular transport mechanisms in oil emulsions. Details on this lecture, and how to join are here: https://www.bam.de/Content/EN/Events/2020/2020-04-17-the-light-stuff-online-lectures-pozzo.html

See you there on Friday the 17th!

Yours sincerely

Brian R. Pauw

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