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Soft Matter and Biological Physics

EPJ E Topical Issue: 50 years of Small Angle Neutron Scattering at the ILL in Grenoble

Guest Editors: Matthias Ballauff, Edward Forgan, Giovanna Fragneto and Thomas Zemb.

Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJ E on “50 years of Small Angle Neutron Scattering at the ILL in Grenoble”.

Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (SANS) has become a workhorse technique to characterise systems from various scientific research areas such as soft condensed matter, biology, materials science, fundamental and applied physics to name but the most prominent fields. The Institut Laue — Langevin (ILL) has been one of the driving forces in establishing SANS as a technique of such importance and D11 remains the benchmark pin-hole SANS instrument. D11, the first SANS instrument at the ILL, was built in the early ‘70s and has been in user operation since September 1972. This special issue is the occasion to celebrate the 50th anniversary of small-angle neutron scattering at the ILL.

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EPJ E Topical Issue: Quantitative AI in Complex Fluids and Complex Flows: Challenges and Benchmarks

Guest Editors: Luca Biferale, Michele Buzzicotti and Massimo Cencini.

Submissions are invited for a Topical Issue of EPJ E on “Quantitative AI in Complex Fluids and Complex Flows: Challenges and Benchmarks".

The Collection deals with- open problems, challenges, and benchmarks for data-driven/equations-informed tools for data assimilation, predictability, (sub-grid-scale) modeling, inpainting, classification, and (optimal) control of Eulerian and Lagrangian problems in complex flows.
The aim is to move from proofs-of-concept to quantitative benchmarks and grand challenges also concerning scaling of the algorithms and complexity of the datasets.
Papers about interpretability, supremacy and usability when applied to realistic fluid dynamics problems in engineering, geophysics, biophysics and other fields would also be welcome.

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Editors-in-Chief
F. Croccolo, G. Fragneto and H. Stark
We are highly delighted by the quality of the proof. This is exceptional compared to all other journals we have published in until now. Thank you!

Martin M. Müller, Univ. Lorraine, France

ISSN (Print Edition): 1292-8941
ISSN (Electronic Edition): 1292-895X

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