Thank you for coming, listening, discussing...

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

It was a great pleasure to welcome you to the 16th Conference on Small Angle Scattering, SAS 2015 in Berlin which was the successful continuation of a 50 years’ old tradition.

Many plenary talks, oral presentations, flash poster talks as well as posters have reflected the most recent progress in instrumentation and data analysis and addressed the broad range of applications of this methodology, from biology to materials science and from colloids to polymers.

We would like to thank all of you for the high quality of the lectures, papers and discussions about the new developments in the various fields of small angle scattering.

We also sincerely congratulate the winners of the Guinier Prize Prof. Sow-Hsin Chen and of the Krakty Prize Marianne Liebi.

Best wishes and see you in Traverse City in 2018!

Michael Gradzielski, Matthias Ballauff, Conference Chairs
Peter Fratzl, Programme Chair

SAS 2015 Figures

514 submitted abstracts
129 oral presentations
336 posters, hereof
65 flash talks
 

424 delegates 

Top 10 countries: Germany (121), U.S.A (45), Japan (43), France (33), Denmark (17), United Kingdom (16), Austria (15), Australia (14), Russian Federation (13), Sweden (13)


Bid to host SAS 2021- New deadline: 1st February 2016

Dear Small-Angle Scatterers,

The Commission on Small-Angle Scattering of the International Union of Crystallography (http://www.iucr.org/iucr/commissions/small-angle-scattering) hereby solicits applications from scientific institutions to host a forthcoming International Small-Angle Scattering Conference in 2021. (...)