S4SAS Conference 2019
S4SAS Conference 2019
This is the annual Diamond conference for users of Small Angle Scattering (SAS).
It aims to reach out to, and highlight, cutting-edge and routine users alike, providing a forum for technological advancement, as well as showcasing the current state-of-the-art in data analysis for SAS users.
- 06/06/20192019-06-06 - 07/06/20192019-06-07
- Diamond Light Source
By highlighting leading scientific research in the field alongside technological advancements with the technique, both at synchrotron and laboratory sources, this conference aims to provide a forum for discussion all users of Small Angle Scattering (SAS).
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS NOW CLOSED
Everyone who submitted an abstract will be informed on the selection results by Friday 17th May 2019.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
|Thursday the 6th June 2019|
|09:00||Arrivals and registration |
Setup for posters and exhibitors
|10:00||Welcome and overview of the conference|
Plenary session - Pickervance Lecture Tehatre - R22
Plenary speaker: Lise Arleth - University of Copenhagen
Laura Forster - SynchWeb for SAS
Poster and exhibitor session
Session 1 - G.53 and G.54 Diamond House
Introductory speaker: Annette Eva Langkilde - University of Copenhagen
Matt Derry - How do diblock copolymer micelles form during polymerisation-induced self-assembly?
Ellen Heeley - Investigating the mechanism of stress-oscillation phenomenon in a semi-crystalline biopolymer: poly(butylene succinate)
Session 2 - G.53 and G.54 Diamond House
Introductory speaker: Oleksandr Mykhaylyk - University of Sheffield
Brian Pauw - Experimenting on MAUS
James Doutch - Zoom: The new small-angle neutron scattering instrument at ISIS neuton and muon source
Sponsored talk - Xenocs: The new Xeuss 3.0 for the Diamond-Leeds small angle x-ray scattering facility
|16:15||Poster and exhibitor session|
|17:15||End of day break|
|Friday the 7th June 2019|
Session 3 - G.53 and G.54 Diamond House
Introductory speaker: Kate McAulay - University of Glasgow
Rob Rambo - A Diamond approach to modelling bioSAXS
Sponsored Talk - Anton Paar
Session 4 - G.53 and G.54 Diamond House
Introductory speaker: Owen Davies - University of Newcastle
Tomasz Stawski - Scattering is a powerful tool to follow nucleation and growth of minerals from solutions
Chi Long Chang - Investigation of Diesel Formulations and Model Mixtures under High-Pressure Environment
Conference conclusion and prizes
|12:30 – 13:30||Lunch |
Takedown for posters and exhibitors