Plenary Speakers and Tentative Titles

Roy Beck-Barkai (Tel Aviv University, Israel):

Order and Disorder in Biological Complexes

Anne-Laure Fameau (Nantes, France):

Mulit-Stimuli Responsive Foams based on Lipid Materials

Otto Glatter (University Graz, Austria):

From Concentrated, Interacting Systems to Hierarchically Organized Materials - The Power of SAS in Soft Matter Science (Guinier prize 2012)

Alexander Hexemer (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, USA):

Addressing the data challenge in Small Angle Scattering

Bridget Ingham (The Mac Diarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology, NZ):

SAXS, anomalous SAXS, and resonant soft X-ray scattering studies of native and iron-fortified liquid milk

Hyunjung Kim (Sogang University, Seoul, Korea):

Dynamics of Polymeric Glasses

Peter Müller-Buschbaum (TU Munich, Germany):

Probing nanostructures in organic solar cells with grazing incidence small angle scattering

Oskar Paris (Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria):
When Space Becomes Tight: Fluid-Solid Interactions In Nanoconfinement Probed By Small-Angle Scattering

Alison Paul (University Cardiff, School of Chemistry, UK):

Where colloid science meets drug delivery; SAS and beyond

Uri Raviv (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel):
X+: A Comprehensive Structure Analysis Tool For Solution X-Ray Scattering From Supramolecular Self-Assemblies

Norman J. Wagner (University Delaware, USA):

Understanding the rheology of complex fluids through flow and rheo-SANS