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Denver X-ray Conference

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Dear Colleagues,

This is a reminder that the abstract submission to the Denver X-ray Conference
this year is still possible.  The meeting will be held from August 4-8, at the
Sheraton Steamboat Resort, 2200 Village Inn Court, P.O. Box 774808, Steamboat
Springs, Colorado 80487 (Tel. 800-848-8878, Fax 800-870-8539, outside the U.S.
phone 970-879-2220, Fax. 970-870-8539; see web-site: http://www.engr.du.edu 
for details).

The abstract deadline has been postponed to April 24, 1997.  The format of the
abstract can be found in http://www.engr.du.edu/ projects/97call.htm.  Please
send the abstract directly to Prof. Paul K. Predecki, Department of 
Engineering, University of Denver, CO 80208.

There will be two technical sessions on polymer diffraction and
scattering subjects.

1.  Current Approaches to Polymer Diffraction/Scattering
    Using Two-Dimensional Patterns


    Professor Geoffrey Mitchell
    Polymer Science Centre
    J.J.Thomson Physical Laboratory
    University of Reading
    Whiteknights, Reading RG6 6AF United Kingdom
    Telephone + 44 118 9318573
    Facsimile + 44 118 9750203
    Email:  g.r.mitchell@reading.ac.uk

    Dr. Sanjeeva Murthy
    AlliedSignal Inc. Research and Technology
    P. O. Box 1021
    101 Columbia Road
    Morristown, NJ 07962
    Voice (201) 455-3764, Fax (201) 455-5295
    Email:  murthys@mtomp201.research.allied.com

2.  New Horizons in Polymer Diffraction


    Professor Barry Farmer
    Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
    Thornton Hall, University of Virginia
    Charlottesville, VA 22903-2442
    Voice (804) 924-0605, Fax (804) 982-5660
    Email:  farmer@virginia.edu

    Dr. Benjamin Hsiao
    DuPont Company
    Central Research and Development
    P. O. Box 80302
    Wilmington  DE  19880-0302
    Voice (302) 695-4668, Fax (302) 695-1717
    Email:  hsiaobs@a1.esvax.umc.dupont.com

The summer at Steamboat is very pleasant.  Superb outdoor activities are
available, which include hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing and hot-air
ballooning in beautiful mountain scenery.

Attendees are responsible for making their own hotel reservations.  These 
should be made early since the number of rooms at the special conference rate 
is limited ($86.00 per day plus 9.5% tax for a single or double room before 
July 9, 1997, subject to availability).  Also available are a limited number 
of rooms for students at the Plaza Condominiums at a rate of $22.5 per bed 
(contact conference coordinator: Carol Collier, denxrcon@du.edu for these).  
In addition, there are several condominium complexes nearby which are ideal 
to accommodate the family (information can be found in http://www.steamboat

We hope that you will consider the attending of this conference.