[SA_scat] Call for Abstracts - GISAXS-2011

stephen.king at stfc.ac.uk stephen.king at stfc.ac.uk
Thu Mar 24 18:11:17 GMT 2011

Dear colleagues,

We are glad to announce the workshop "GISAXS2011" to be held at DESY in Hamburg from 10th October 2011 to 12th October 2011.

The REGISTRATION is now open!

Our conference website is available via http://gisaxs2011.desy.de and we cordially invite you to visit this website for more detailed information!

GISAXS2011 is a continuation of the very successful series of two international GISAXS workshops at DESY in 2005 and 2007 and the GISAS2009 satellite conference to the XIV SAS conference in Oxford (UK). This workshop brings together different communities working in the field of thin films, nanostructures, surfaces and interfaces, to gain insights to the very powerful method of grazing incidence small angle x-ray scattering. In invited lectures the possibilities and new trends in GISAXS will be highlighted.

This workshop addresses students, experienced researchers, senior scientists working in the field of and exploiting the potentials of GISAXS in the area of thin film technology. The programme is divided in two parts: Introductory lectures will be combined with expert lectures by leading expert's scientists of grazing incidence technology and application. In the second part of the workshop we will focus hands-on GISAXS experiments: practical data acquisition, on-line treatment and simulation of GISAXS data. The practical training will be held at the beamline BW4 at the DORIS III storage ring at HASYLAB and we will offer a visit to the new micro-and nano-focus beamline dedicated to GISAXS at the 3rd generation synchrotron radiation source PETRA III.

Looking forward to seeing you at DESY!


R. Gehrke (DESY), P. Müller-Buschbaum (TUM), S.V. Roth (DESY)

On behalf of the organizing committee

Stephan Roth (stephan.roth at desy.de<mailto:stephan.roth at desy.de>)

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