I want to bring to your attention (and encourage abstract submission) to a session at the American Crystallographic Meeting from July 22-26, 2016 in Denver CO:
http://www.amercrystalassn.org/2016-sci ... gram#05.09
Session Title: SAS and Integrative Approaches to Complex Structures
Chairs: Jan Ilavsky (email@example.com) and Kushol Gupta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Complex structures and systems in biology, medicine, chemistry, and materials routinely require information from multiple complementary methods. Aided by the routine application of X-ray methods (e.g., rotating anode and synchrotron SAXS/WAXS), small-angle neutron scattering (SANS), and complementary techniques, these complicated structures can be understood. This session invites speakers who will showcase problems that require multifaceted approaches to determining complex structures which are otherwise intractable by any one approach.
There also a lot of other great SAS-related sessions at the conference as well, including:
• WK.02 Computational Approaches to the Structural Modelling of Biological Macromolecules using Small-Angle Scattering
• 03.02 What to do with SAS Data?
• 03.03.01 Hybrid Method Approaches for Structural Biology
• 04.02 Surfaces and Interfaces
• 03.04 Molecular Machines
• 05.08 Small Angle Scattering with Resonant X-rays in Broad Spectrum: Chemistry and Morphology in Complex Soft Materials
Kushol Gupta, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Perelman School of Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania
email@example.com / 215.573.7260 / 267.259.0082 / www.stwing.upenn.edu/~kgupta
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