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Fwd: Re: SAS 99 Participant List

  • Subject: Fwd: Re: SAS 99 Participant List
  • From: "John D. Barnes" <john.barnes@nist.gov>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 09:39:55 -0500
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---------------- Begin Forwarded Message ----------------
Date:        4/21/1999 19:49
Received:    4/22/1999 0:32
From:        Kozo Osamura, osamura@hightc.mtl.kyoto-u.ac.jp
To:          Myself@nist, john.barnes@nist.gov

Focus Group Meeting,
Application of Advanced Small-Angle Scattering Techniques to Phase 
Transformation Phenomenon

K. Osamura (Kyoto U., Japan) osamura@hightc.mtl.kyoto-u.ac.jp

   This meeting has been adopted as one of seven focus group meetings 
which
are scheduled during the international conference of PTMユ99.  We 
would like
to invite you to attend our meeting, of which the details are in the
following.

Scope: The small-angle scattering provides usefull information in the
reciprocal lattice space, of which Bragg spacing corresponds to the region
between 1 and 100 nm. The observed structure factor reflects the 
modulation
and inhomogeneity of the system in the mesoscopic scale. The meeting is
concerned with the recent progress of small angle scattering techniques 
like
facilities, data acquisition technique and interpretation as well as their
remarkable scientific applications in the field of phase transformations.

Schedule: Our meeting is allocated in the evening of 25(Tue), May, 1999.

Five talks are now registered as follows;
Chen Haydn : Combined Studies of Zeolite Crystallization from Gels using 
in
situ SWAXS and NMR Techniques
Takeji Hashimoto : Ultra- Small Angle X-Ray Scattering Studies - Order -
Disorder and Order - Order Phase Transition in Block Copolymers.
Gernot Kostorz : Application of Advanced Small- Angle Scttering Techniques
to Phase Transformation Phenomenon.
Peter Fratzl :SAXS characterization of anisotropy in single crystals with
precipitates.
Hiroshi Okuda : In-situ and Simultaneous SR-Small - Angle and 100 
Scattering
Experiments on the Low Temperature Structure in As-Quenched Al-Li Alloy
During Heating (Tentative).
------------------------------------------------------------
with my best regards,

Kozo Osamura
April 22, 1999
========================================
Kozo Osamura
Professor
Department of Materials Science and Engineering,
Kyoto University
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-8501

Tel:+81-75-753-5434, Fax: +81-75-753-5486
e-mail: osamura@hightc.mtl.kyoto-u.ac.jp