THE MEETING LOCATION FOR WEDNESDAY IS BUILDING 48, in the REDWOOD CONFERENCE ROOMS at SLAC


canSAS-IX is being sponsored by DECTRIS

Local Organizing Committee:

    Alexander Hexemer (ALS)

    Christopher Tassone (SSRL)

    

    Cheng Wang (ALS)

    Chenhui Zhu (ALS)

    Hongping Yan (SSRL)


Program Committee:

    Paul Butler (NIST, US)

    Masa Fukuto (NSLS II, US)

    Eva Herzig (TUM, Germany)

    Zhang Jiang (APS, US)

    Adrian Rennie (Uppsala University, Sweden)

    Sarah Rogers (STFC, England)

    Stephan Roth (PETRA III/DESY & KTH/Stockholm)

    Alessandro Sepe (Adolphe Merkle Inst., Switzerland)

    Gila Stein ( University of Tennessee, US)

    Jun-ichi Suzuki (CROSS Tokai, Japan)

 

    

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About canSAS:

The collective action for nomadic small angle scatterers (canSAS) is an ongoing activity to provide the small-angle scattering user community with shared tools and information.

This work involves both users and facilities and currently includes:

   Providing access to information about small angle scattering

   Providing information about SAS facilities

 Providing forum for discussions regarding reliability of data, analysis, uncertainty estimates, and interpretation

   Working with reference samples to allow comparison of instruments and better understand reliability issues

   Proposing and agreeing common reduced data formats

The use of both neutrons and X-rays is widespread and co-operation between these facilities and the user community has been fostered by the working groups that address specific fields. 


Useful Information:

- Poster Session: Tues June 6, 4-6pm - Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley

NOTE: Maximum Poster Size CANNOT exceed 4' (48") x 4' (48")