[Neutron] SAS2018 : Registration is open, Abstracts deadline extended to April 16

SAS2018 Conference in Traverse City, Michigan, USA sas2018tc at gmail.com
Thu Apr 5 23:02:49 CEST 2018

XVII International Conference on Small-Angle Scattering (SAS2018)
Traverse City, Michigan, USA
October 7-12, 2018

SAS2018 :
     Registration is now open
     Call for Abstracts - deadline extension

Dear colleagues:

On behalf of the organizers of SAS2018, we are pleased to announce that 
registration is now open and we are extending the deadline for 
submitting a conference abstract.

Registration for the conference is now open.  Please visit:

The new, extended abstract deadline is due April 16, 2018.

We invite all interested persons to submit an abstract to the SAS2018 
conference.  For instructions, please visit:

You do not have to register before you submit an abstract. However, for 
abstracts to be scheduled (either for a presentation or a poster) and to 
appear in the SAS2018 Conference Abstract Book, registration must be 
completed by the Advanced Registration Date: 2018-08-10.

It is recommended that international attendees apply for their visas 
before June 2018 (at least three to four months ahead of the 
conference).  If you are interested in attending, you are advised to 
start that process as soon as possible.  For more information, please visit:

Sponsors and Exhibitors may still find opportunities from our catalogue 
to make their company or institution visible to the community and 
support our effort to organize the event.  For more information, please 

You are invited to join our email list or browse the previous postings.  

Finally, please share this message with others whom it may not have reached.

See you in Traverse City!
    - Randy Winans, Jan Ilavsky, Pete Jemian

SAS2018 Conference
Traverse City, Michigan, USA
October 7-12, 2018
sas2018tc at gmail.com


About the International Small-Angle Scattering Conferences

Every three years, the small-angle scattering community comes together 
at the international small-angle scattering conference to showcase 
recent advances in technique and to document its wide-ranging impact on 
numerous scientific fields. These conferences are known to bring 
together the best and the most recognized scientists in the field with 
researchers from other areas. Future generations are well represented by 
students, post docs, and young scientists. Conferences are also famous 
for active participation of industrial partners, represented by both 
instrument manufacturers in the exhibition as well as industry 
researchers in the scientific program.  Thanks to this broad community 
involvement, these conferences create unique meeting places where new 
relationships and collaborations are forged.

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