The construction of the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Scandinavia gives researchers within the Nordic region a unique opportunity. The ESS will significantly enhance the possibilities for conducting neutron investigations.
The new capabilities at the ESS will not only give potential for conducting forefront basic research, but also allow to contribute with knowledge and solutions to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. The workshop at Aarhus University will focus on the potential for neutrons to contribute to a sustainable future.
Participation is free.
Mogens Christensen, Aarhus University (email@example.com)
The meeting will be held in Aud I (1514-213) at the Department of Chemistry, Langelandsgade 140, 8000 Aarhus C.
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AUD I (1514-213), Department of Chemistry, Langelandsgade 140, DK-8000 Aarhus C
12.00-13.00 Lunch (arrival of workshop participants)
13.00-14.30 Talks 3x30 min - Chairman: Mogens Christensen
13.00-13.30 ESS and HEIMDAL, Dan Mannix
13.30-14.00 Hunting hydrogen – long- and short-range structure of metal hydrides from neutron scattering, Magnus Sørby
14.00-14.30 IMAT@ISIS – current status of the diffraction project, Dariusz Wojciech Wardecki
14.30-15.00 Coffee break (Poster session)
15.00-16.20 Talks 4x20 min - Chairman: Torben R. Jensen
15.00-15.20 Local structure and dynamics of metal hydride-reduced BaTiO3 samples investigated with inelastic
and quasielastic neutron scattering, Maths Karlsson
15.20-15.40 Additive manufacturing for sustainable development – Using neutron scattering to understand
structure-property relations, Martin Häggblad Sahlberg
15.40-16.00 Design of pectin based hydrogels with tunable structures using small angle neutron scattering, Mikaela Börjesson
16.00-16.20 Structure and dynamic characterization of highly disordered systems using total scattering and Neutron/muon
spectroscopy. Anders Jensen
16.20-17.00 Refreshment (Poster session, AUD VI, building 1510-213)
17.00-18.00 Talks 3x20 min - Chairman: Dan Mannix
17.00-17.20 Investigating magnetic anisotropy in molecular magnets using polarized neutron diffraction, Emil Klahn
17.20-17.40 Direct space analysis of magnetic disorder in crystals, Nikolaj Roth
17.40-18.00 Hexaferrites - a tale of neutrons Matilde Saura-Muzquiz
18.00-19.00 Poster session (AUD VI, building 1510-213)
19.00- Workshop dinner (in the Canteen at Dept. of Chemistry)
08.40-10.00 Talks 4x20 min - Chairman: Torben R. Jensen
08.40-09.00 New Measuring Cells for Operando Neutron Diffraction on Li-Ion Battery Cathode Materials, Daniel Sørensen
09.00-09.20 What neutron diffraction can do for battery development, William Brant
09.20-09.40 Energy research with Neutrons (ErwiN) for a sustainable society, Michael Heere
09.40-10.00 Fast, high temperatures furnaces for neutron investigations, Jakob Ahlburg
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.10 Talks 2x20 min+1x30 min - Chairman: Mogens Christensen
11.00-11.20 Understanding disorder and nanostructures in real space with neutrons, Fred Marlton
11.20-11.40 Why are we looking at magnetic ”stripes” in superconductors? Sonja Holm-Dahlin
11.40-12.10 Exciting science at the BIFROST spectrometer, Niels Bech Christensen
12.10-13.00 Lunch (Auditorium E at Dept. of Mathematics - 1533-103)