Call for Abstracts on Novel

Tom Worlton tom_worlton at
Tue Nov 26 09:38:20 CST 1996

From: Gian Felcher
Division of Material Physics
call for abstracts for the 
focused session 15m of the 1997 March meeting
to be held in Kansas City, Missouri on March 17-21, 1997

"Novel Scattering Techniques Applied to Materials" .  

This session will focus on the application of novel electron, X-ray and
neutron scattering techniques to the structure and dynamics of materials. 
Topics to be covered within this session will include the production and
utilization of spatially limited beams, as used to scan selective regions of
materials or in speckle holography when the incident beam can be made
partially coherent.  Papers are encouraged that deal with the "phase problem"
and propose new solutions. Experimental innovation may include holography with
a reference scatterer internal or external to the sample. New methodological
or theoretical approaches to convert the information from reciprocal to direct
space are also encouraged.


Dr. Gian P. Felcher
Material Science Division-223 
Argonne National Laboratory
9700 South Cass Avenue
Argonne, Illinois 60439-4801
Fax:  (630)252-7777             

Prof. Simon G. Mochrie
Center for Material Science and Engineering
77 Massachussetts Ave.
Cambridge, Ma 02139
Tel.: (617)253-6588
FAX:  (617) 258-6883

Abstract Submission
Deadline December 6, 1996 5:00 p.m. EST

Electronic Submission   For information on how to submit an abstract, send an
e-mail message to: "abs-info at" and use the word "info" in the text of
your message. To receive the template, send the message to 

"abs-request at"

and put the words "request MAR97" in the text of your message. The mark-up
language is LaTex or simple ASCII. To submit the abstract, send it to 

"abs-submit at".

Paper submission:  Abstracts submitted via postal mail will be accepted,
however only the title and the authors will appear in the Bulletin . For
instruction and template check recent issues of APS Meeting News.  
Please send the abstracts to:

March Meeting Abstracts
APS Meetings Dept.
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740

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