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Jun 22 – 25, 2020
DESY Hamburg
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Tentative Programme

TENTATIVE PROGRAMME

DAY 1 (Mon, 22 June 2020)

Time Talk type Speaker Institution Title
13.30h – 13.40h Opening Dr. Oliver Seeck DESY Welcome
13.40h – 14.10h Introduction Dr. Stephan Klumpp DESY PETRA IV - The Ultimate 3D X-ray Microscope
14.10h – 14.45h Keynote I Prof. Dr. Robert Dinnebier Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research The Pareto priciple in powder diffractionon - or why we need Petra IV
14.45h – 15.20h Keynote II Dr. Michael Knapp Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Battery research with Synchrotron Radiation
15.20h – 15.35h  Break      
15.35h – 15.55h Talk 1 Prof. Dr. Mirijam Zobel University of Bayreuth Hydration shells - weakly scattering samples at high energies
15:55h – 16:15h Talk 2

Dr. Susanne Linn Skjærvø

University of Copenhagen

Hydrothermal synthesis of MeWO4 (Me: Mn, Fe, Co, Ni): from pre-nucleation clusters to wolframites

16:15h – 16:35h Talk 3 Dr. Claudio Pistidda Helmholtz Center Geesthacht Synchrotron radiation X-ray powder diffraction technique applied to the in situ study of hydrogen storage materials

 

DAY 2 (Tue, 23 June 2020)

Time Talk type Speaker Institution Title
13.30h – 14.05h Keynote III  Dr. Anatoliy Senyshyn Technical University Munich Heterogeneity in electrochemical energy storage systems and diffraction-based methods of their control
14.05h – 14.40h Keynote IV Prof. Dr. Kirsten Marie Ørnsbjerg Jensen University of Copenhagen There’s No Place Like Real Space: Pair Distribution Function analysis of nanomaterial structure
14.40h – 15.15h Keynote V Dr. Luzia S. Germann McGill University, Montreal In situ monitoring of mechanochemical reactions using synchrotron radiation
15.15h – 15.30h Break      
15.30h – 15.50h  Talk 4 Dr. Gregor Kieslich Technical University Munich

High pressure powder X-ray diffraction on soft materials

15.50h – 16.10h Talk 5 Dr. Irmgard Weißensteiner Montanuniversität Leoben Mechanisms of low temperature deformation in aluminum alloys
16:10h – 16:30h Talk 6 Dr. Tomasz Stawski Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) Scattering is a powerful tool to follow nucleation and growth of minerals from solutions

 

DAY 3 (Wed, 24 June 2020)

Time Talk type Speaker Institution Title
13.30h – 14.10h Industry I  Dr. Bernd Hinrichsen BASF SE Concept for a High Throughput Experiment
14.10h – 14.50h Industry II Dr. Fabia Gozzo Excelsus Structural Solutions - Switzerland Exploring synchrotron-XRPD for the characterization of pharmaceuticals
14.50h – 15.05h Break      
15.05h – 15.25h Talk 7 Prof. Dr. Karim S. Karim KA Imaging Micron Scale Pixel Hybrid Detector for Hard X-rays
15.25h – 15.45h  Talk 8 Dr. Cem Örnek Istanbul Technical University Operando Time- and Space-Resolved High-Energy X-ray Diffraction Measurement to Understand Hydrogen Infusion in Duplex Stainless Steel
15.45h - 16.05h Talk 9 Prof. Dr. Yogeshchandra Sharma Vivekananda Global University Jaipur Structural and morphological properties of Inconel 625 allloy

 

DAY 4 (Thu, 25 June 2020)

Time Talk type Speaker Institution Title
13.30h – 13.50h Talk 10 Dr. Florian Spieckermann Montanuniversität Leoben Bulk metallic glasses studied by fast calorimetry combined with time resolved X-ray diffraction
13.50h – 14.10h Talk 11 Dr. Chun Li Harbin Institute of Technology In-situ Study of Residual Strain Distribution as a Function of Depth in Alumina/ Stainless Steel Reactive Air Brazed Joint Using Synchrotron X-rays
14.10h – 14.30h Talk 12 JProf. Dr. Sebastian Henke Technical University Dortmund Shining Light on the Structure of Flexible and Glassy Porous Coordination Networks
14.30h – 14.50h Talk 13 Dr. Zoltan Hegedüs DESY High-energy powder diffraction methods at P21.2
14.50h – 15.05h Break      
15.05h – 15.25h Talk 14 Dr. Manuel Hinterstein Karlsruhe Institute of Technology In situ synchrotron powder diffraction for determining fundamental functional properties - the STRAP method
15.25h – max. 18.00h Wrap-Up, Questions, Final discussion Dr. Oliver Seeck DESY