The canSAS-2023 Workshop, canSAS-XIII, was hosted by the Institut Laue Langevin (ILL) and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) in Grenoble, France from 16-18 October 2023.
The acronym canSAS stands for collective action for nomadic Small Angle Scatterers. It is a bottom-up effort originally initiated in Grenoble by Ron Ghosh (ILL), Roland May (ILL), Peter Timmins (ILL), Claudio Ferrero (ESRF) and Wim Bras (DUBBLE CRG) in 1998. Ever since it has been an ongoing activity to provide the small-angle scattering user community with shared tools for data reduction and analysis, and disseminating other pertinent information (https://www.cansas.org). Lately the focus has been on data analysis and modelling software, instrument resolution corrections and other issues related to data interpretation.
The last formal workshop was held in Freising, Germany in 2019 (https://www.cansas.org/wgwiki/index.php/canSAS-XI). The following meeting planned in Delaware did not take place due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As 2023 represents the 25th Anniversary of canSAS it seemed only fitting that this Workshop should return to its birthplace!
Sylvain Prevost (ILL) & Theyencheri Narayanan (ESRF) with Emily Ryan (ILL).
Further information is available at the web page below:
(NB: the temporary website at www.ill.eu/users/scientific-groups/cansas-2023 has been discontinued)
Several of the presentations were made available to registered participants through the website above. If you were not a registered participant please contact the Local Organisers.