Calendar of events - 2018September
ConferenceSeries Ltd welcomes you all to the ‘4th International Conference on Physics’ during September 17-18, 2018 at Berlin, Germany. The theme of the conference is “Innovative technologies and outcomes in Physics”. The Committee is looking forward to organize an exceptional meeting with new and interesting sessions and discussion and to meet new people where you can share your subject and passion. At Physics 2018 you can acquired new information and will be very useful for expanding the knowledge in the field and generating new ideas to improve yourself and your professional career.
Importance and Scope
Physics 2018 conducts a wide range of sessions and Tracks which provides the participants and all the attendees with an opportunity to extend their information in the subject and interact with professionals in the field of Physics. The agenda of the conference highlights new and advanced science and current topics with interesting Sessions, Symposia, Workshops, and Plenary talks, Keynote Presentations, Young Researchers Forum and Poster Sessions.
- Classical and Modern Physics
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Astro-Particle Physics & Cosmology
- Material Physics
- High Energy Nuclear Physics
- Atomic,Molecular & Optical Physics
- Quantum Science & Technology
- Plasma Science
- Electromagnetism and Electronics
- Applied Physics
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The topic for the 2018 European School on Magnetism will be Magnetism by Light, part of the Series of the European School on Magnetism. The School will take place from Sep 17th to Sep 28th 2018 in Kraków, Poland. The School is chaired by Marek Przybylski, under the auspices of the Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology, AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków. Kraków is the second largest and one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland. The history of the city dates back to the 7th century. It hosts 10 public and 13 private universities, several Institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Center, delivering its first beam for users in 2017. Kraków is conveniently connected by plane.
Like previous editions of ESM, the 2018 School aims at providing a thorough understanding of magnetism based on a broad series of fundamental lectures, while offering the latest insights into up-to-date aspects of magnetism with lectures focusing on a special topic. The topic covered in 2018 is Magnetism by Light. This covers a wide range of fundamental phenomena deeply rooted in condensed matter physics, specific instrumentation and opportunities for applications. Focused lectures will cover ultrafast light-induced magnetization processes, magnetoplasmonics, microwave magnetism, magneto-optics, spectroscopic and synchrotron-based techniques etc. The School will be an opportunity for young scientists from the two fields, to meet, share their expertise and network.
The School is addressed at young scientists, mainly PhD students and post-docs, both experimentalists and theoreticians. It will consist of a ten-day training of lectures and practicals provided by prominent scientists active in today’s research, interactive question sessions, access to a library of magnetism-related books, and industrial contributions. The detailed program will be disclosed on September 2017, and the lecturers in November 2017. Request for participation will be launched in the Spring 2018.Organiser
Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology and AGH University of Science and TechnologyContact E-Mail URL Phone
+33 6 84 20 68 71Print
Garching near Munich, GermanyDescription
A wealth of excellent research results have been obtained in the last years through the use of large facilities for the investigation of condensed matter. Experiments with neutrons, synchrotron and ion radiation offer complementary possibilities to illuminate the properties of matter in all its facets. For the fourth time (following the conferences in 2006, 2010, and 2014), scientists from a variety of disciplines will gather at a SNI for presenting results and exchanging ideas at this showcase of joint research at research centres and universities. A special open session will be devoted to presenting research highlights tailored to the general public.
Registration opens March 4, 2018.Organiser
MLZContact E-Mail URL Phone
+49 (0)89 289 10794Print
The MATRAC 1 School will provide a systematic overview of the application of neutrons and synchrotron radiation to the structural analysis of engineering materials. Students and young scientists from research and industry from all of Europe interested in this field are welcome to participate.
The next school is taking place from 3 to 7 September 2018. The venue will be in Lauenburg (near Hamburg) and Hamburg. The focus of the practical training will be on synchrotron experiments. Neutron data analysis will also be practised. Therefore, the participants will spend two days doing experiments at GEMS/DESY in Hamburg.
The MATRAC 1 School is significantly funded by German and Swedish authorities for their respective students. Furthermore, we are currently applying for financial support for students from other EU countries in the frame of the SINE2020 Neutron and Muon Advanced Schools.Therefore, the participation fee amounts to 100 €.
The fee includes board and lodging for the duration of the school as well as the book “Neutrons and Synchrotron Radiation in Engineering Materials Science” which has resulted from previous summer and autumn schools with the same title.
The application process is further explained on the events website.Organiser
Nicola KampnerE-Mail URL Phone
Institute of Materials Reseach
Centre for Materials and Coastal Research
If you are a student in the field of physics, chemistry, material science or biosciences with a BSc (or an equivalent qualification), you are welcome to apply for a place on this year’s JCNS Laboratory Course – Neutron Scattering, organized by Forschungszentrum Jülich.
Each year, the Jülich Centre for Neutron Science at Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany, in cooperation with RWTH Aachen University (Prof. T. Brückel, Prof. G. Roth, and Dr. R. Zorn) organizes a laboratory course in neutron scattering with experiments at the neutron scattering facilities of the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum MLZ.
The course consists of two parts: a series of lectures, combined with the opportunity to take part in neutron scattering experiments. The lectures encompass an introduction to neutron sources, along with scattering theory and instrumentation. Furthermore, selected topics of condensed matter research are be presented.
Lectures are held at Forschungszentrum Jülich and the experiments take place at the neutron facilities of the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum in Garching near Munich.
The laboratory course is part of the curriculum at the RWTH Aachen.
The aim of the course to give a realistic insight into the experimental techniques of neutron scattering and their scientific potential.
Forschungszentrum Jülich supports students coming from outside the Aachen area by offering free accommodation and half-board. Travel expenses will also be reimbursed within reasonable limits.Organiser
Forschungszentrum JülichContact Name
Dr Reiner ZornE-Mail URL Phone
+49 2461 61-5275Print
The series of SMARTER meetings aims to bring together scientists in the areas of computation, diffraction, geometric crystallography, and spectroscopy to promote combining various techniques and develop SMARTER approaches for structure determination of complex inorganic, organic and biological materials.
After Aveiro (2007 and 2011), Versailles (2012), Durham (2014), and Bayreuth (2016), the sixth SMARTER meeting will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from the 2nd to the 6th of September 2018.
The venue of the SMARTER6 meeting will be Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology. Faculty is located on the outskirts of Ljubljana.
The following speakers have already confirmed their participation:
- Sharon Ashbrook, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
- Vladislav Blatov, Samara University, Russia
- Francoise-Xavier Coudert, Institut de Recherche de Chimie Paris, France
- Goran Dražić, National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia
- Lynne B. McCusker, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
- Marcus A. Neumann, Avant-garde Materials Simulation, Germany
- Jeffrey A. Reimer, UC Berkely, United States of America
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ECM31 is setting up an attractive programme covering the latest advances in crystallography and related sciences to attract young and senior scientists as well as companies and general public. One extensive agenda for accompanying people will be offered, with special attention to babies and children, with a specific programme of baby-care and children activities.
Asturias, and the city of Oviedo in particular, is an historical, active and organized city of open minded, hospitable and altruist citizens and it may be reached by air, train or car. The PEC has a spectacular urban design and offers a modern, functional and versatile infrastructure with all facilities.
For all these reasons, ECM31 will be an effervescent and fruitful scientific, social and commercial meeting with many learning opportunities in every current aspect of crystallography.
Registration for ECM31 opens on November 30th, 2017.
All participants who want to register by the “early bird” rate, must ensure that their payment arrives to the ECM31 account by April 22nd, 2018.
All participants who want to register by the regular rate, must ensure that their payments arrive to the ECM31 account by June 15th, 2018.
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The Global Conference series event organizer Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants from all over the world to attend the prestigious scientific “4th International Conference on Condensed Matter and Materials Physics” which is to be held during August 16-17, 2018 at London, UK. It is among the World’s leading Scientific Conference which hosts scientific sessions and sub-sessions on cutting edge research and latest innovations in the field of Condensed Matter and Materials Physics across the globe. The attendees can find some exclusive sessions and panel discussions on latest originations in Condensed Matter and Materials Physics.
Condensed matter and materials physics is the science of the material world around us. The curiosity about the natural world led to queries about condensed-matter systems, such as water, rocks, snow, ice, and how these react to light, heat, and mechanical forces. This hunger for fundamental understanding has been inextricably tied to the desire to manipulate nature by creating new materials to serve human needs. Condensed matter physics is the branch of physics that studies the properties of the large collections of atoms that compose both exotic and ordinary materials. Condensed matter and materials physics advances led in turn to the innovation of devices that now form the basis of much of our technological world, including the transistor, the integrated circuit, the laser, magnetic resonance imaging, liquid-crystal displays, and, more recently, high-efficiency solid-state lighting. At present, it is so important to the modern computer and communicating industries
International Conference on Condensed Matter and Materials Physics which is going to be the biggest conference dedicated to Condensed Matter and Materials Physics professionals providing a premier technical forum for reporting and learning about the latest new generation technologies developed during the course of time along with discussing their applications. Events include most fascinating topics presentations from all over the world and professional networking with industries, leading working groups and associations.
Meet Your Objective Business sector With individuals from and around the globe concentrated on finding out about Polymer, Material science and Semiconductor materials, this is the best chance to achieve the biggest collection of members from everywhere throughout the World. Conduct shows, disperse data, meet with current, make a sprinkle with another product offering, and get name acknowledgment at this occasion. Widely acclaimed speakers, the latest methods, strategies, and the most up to date overhauls in Condensd Matter and Materials Physics are signs of this meeting.
Highlights of the Conference
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Soft Condensed Matter Physics
- Solid State Physics
- Materials Physics
- Theoretical & Computational Materials Physics
- Experimental Condensed Matter and Materials Physics
- Magnetic and Optical Materials
- Meta Materials and Meta Surfaces
- Semiconductor Materials
- Nano-scale Physics
- Bio Physics
- Condensed matter physics Scientists
- Research students and Research Institutes
- Professors, Students, Researchers from Physics
- Managers and Business Intellect Professionals
- Business Professionals from Electronic Industries
- Advertising and Promotion Agency Managers
- Delegates from Physical and Materials Science societies and Associations
- American Institute of Physics (AIP)
- American Physical Society (APS)
- Australian Institute of Physics
- Canadian Association of Physicists
- Colombian Society of Physics (in Spanish)
- Chilean Society of Physics (in Spanish)
- European Physical Society
- European Materials Research Society (EMRS)
- The Egyptian Materials Research Society
- French Physical Society
- International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP)
- Institute of Particle Physics, Canada (IPP)
- Institute of Physics, United Kingdom
- International Organization of Chinese Physicists and Astronomers
- International Union of Crystallography
- International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
- Italian Physical Society
- Physical Society of Germany (DPG)
- Physical Society of Japan
- Portuguese Society of Physics
- Swiss Physical Society
- Italian Association of Physics Students
- The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics
- The International Liquid Crystal Society
- The International society for optics and photonics
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The 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Scientific Methods in Cultural Heritage Research will highlight exceptional methodological research in cultural heritage, which has an impact on fundamental knowledge, interpretation, and conservation. This is the first GRC on Scientific Methods in Cultural Heritage Research to be held in Europe. It is also the first to incorporate the emerging utilization of computational and data science in cultural heritage research. The keynote speakers will provide overviews of the status of conservation science and of the growing impact of data science and artificial intelligence on cultural heritage research and applications.
The featured topics for oral presentations are:
- data science and computational science for image processing, image search, process modeling, and manufactured materials similarity analysis
- advanced analytical methods for tracing object origin and biological applications
- understanding production and degradation experimentally and analytically
- new strategies for treatment-based and preventive conservation.
The 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Scientific Methods in Cultural Heritage Research will also include thematically complementary poster sessions.
Applications for this meeting must be submitted by June 24, 2018. Please apply early, as some meetings become oversubscribed (full) before this deadline. If the meeting is oversubscribed, it will be stated on the original webpage. Note: Applications for oversubscribed meetings will only be considered by the conference chair if more seats become available due to cancellations.Organiser
C. Richard Johnson and Robert Van LanghContact URL Print
San Francisco, California, USADescription
ICM is a major international conference series with more than 2000 attendees expected from all over the world. It continues a series of meetings held every three years, most recently in Barcelona, Busan, Karlsruhe, and Kyoto. You should attend ICM2018 if you are interested in fundamental or applied research related to magnetism. ICM2018 is your opportunity to share your research with the largest and broadest collection of magnetism researchers assembled in one place, and to learn about their latest results.Organiser
Prof. Allan MacDonald (University of Texas Austin, USA)Contact URL Address
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
780 Mission St.
Saint Malo, FranceDescription
The 15th International Conference on the Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids is the continuation of a series of successfull meetings started by Pr. V.D. Fréchette (USA), in 1958. 13 conferences have been organized subsequently, with the latest one organized bt Pr. Cormack, from Alfred University (USA) in 2015. Continuing the tradition, PNCS XV will provide an international forum for the most recent developments on the physics of non-crystalline materials.
ESG Conference is the largest meeting organized by the European Society of Glass. The aim of this 14th conference is to present and discuss ways to improve the quality and the performance of glass products in their various applications.
The conference will maintain the quality of the previous congresses while incorporating new features to learn about the latest developments in glass technology and European Regulations.
We are happy to organize in France these two conferences together. The two communities are both interested in glass with slightly different scientific or technologic emphases, and lot of topics can be in the 2 conferences. By organizing jointly the PNCS and ESG, we give the opportunity for the international glass community to meet in a very nice area, for scientific and technological exchanges as well as for French food specialty. We hope that you can come and enjoy these join meetings.
PNCS-ESG 2018 will be held in Saint Malo, France. Saint Malo a port city in Brittany in northwestern France, on the English Channel. It was founded in the 1st century B.C and is notorious in French history as the home of the corsairs, French privateers and sometimes pirates who raided the seas until the late 1800’s. Noawadays, the Corsair City cultivates its sailing image and is the scene of many great events such as “la Route du Rhum” or the Transatlantic race Québec – Saint-Malo, every four years. Saint Malo is close to several famous touristic sites and, in particular, the Mont Saint Michel, 50 km away.
- Extended Abstract Submission Deadline: January 15, 2018
- Notification of abstract acceptance: February 28, 2018
- Opening of the registration: January 15, 2018
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Erice, Sicily, ItalyDescription
The School focuses on neutron instrumentation, mainly for large-scale facilities and foreseen compact neutron facilities. Participants are selected for the course based on their need to utilize neutron instrumentation design techniques (including sample environment and software) as part of their present and/or future research activities. Preference is given to early stage researchers from neutron facilities, universities or other research institutions but more experienced researchers are also welcome to apply.
- Educate graduate students, early-career scientists and engineers on neutron scattering techniques with a focus on instrumentation
- Foster interactions between students, research centres and university groups
- Help train the next generation of instrument builders for today’s and tomorrow’s neutron facilities
With a target audience of 25-30 students, the school is intended to promote activities in instrument design and form the next generation of instrument designers.
The Vth course “Neutrons for Chemistry and Materials Science Applications” within the ERICE School “International School of Neutron Science and Instrumentation” is organized as a two-part master class. It provides a coherent set of introductory lectures on design, construction and implementation of instrumentation, sample environment and software to address the scientific requirements of the user community. The specialized topic focusses on software, concentrating on chemistry and materials science applications. Foundation lectures on structural analysis, using average structure (Rietveld) and local structure (total scattering) methods, and dynamics, using experimental data analysis techniques and theoretical modelling, will introduce the participants to the rapidly growing combined approaches available to neutron scatterers today. The further growth of optimized instrumentation, sample environment and software are crucial to addressing the myriad of scientific problems investigated by the user community.
The Course will consist of lectures and specialised seminars directed towards graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and junior scientists working at universities and large-scale facilities. It will provide a broad overview of the field, including the most recent ideas and advances in instrumentation, modelling and experimental capabilities, as well as a critical discussion of the development issues involved. Evening lectures will highlight the historical role of neutron scattering techniques. With a target audience of 25-30 students, the school intends to promote collaboration in instrumentation design, including sample environments, and successful implementation of reliable software for current and next generation large-scale neutron facilities. By gathering participants with different backgrounds, the course encourages cross-fertilization of ideas. Continued success at large-scale facilities need strong interactions in instrumentation, sample environment, software and modelling development programmes between facilities and university-based researchers.
Deadline for student, lectures registration and travel forms is the 4th June 2018.
Registration fee for all participants – students and lectures – : €1100 should be paid by bank transfer by 4th June 2018.
Ettore Majorana Foundation And Centre For Scientific CultureContact E-Mail URL Phone
+39 06 7259 4117Print
Milton Hill near Abingdon, UKDescription
The conference will cover the latest condensed-matter investigations using polarised neutrons and state-of-the-art methodologies and techniques of polarised-neutron production and utilisation for novel instrumentation and experiments, with emphasis on prospects for new science and instrument concepts as well as combining neutrons with complementary techniques and in-situ secondary measurements.
PNCMI is the most comprehensive conference on the latest scientific research using polarised neutrons and on related instrumentation development. The topics will include:
- Multiferroics and chiral magnetic structures
- Strongly correlated electron systems, including superconductors
- Highly Frustrated Magnetism
- Magnetic nanomaterials
- Thin films and multilayers
- Soft matter and biology
- Instrumentation and methods, including nuclear polarisation, Larmor techniques, and depolarisation
The conference will include a tour of the polarised-neutron facilities at the ISIS Neutron and Muon Facility at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. There will also be a Polarized Neutron School for students held before the main meeting on the 1st – 2nd of July 2018 at ISIS.Organiser
Ross StewartE-Mail URL Print
Žofín Palace, Prague, Czech RepublicDescription
The 45th European Physical Society Conference on Plasma Physics will take place in Prague from 2nd to 6th July 2018.
Organised by the European Physical Society (EPS) Plasma Physics Division, this annual conference covers a broad range of plasma science spanning from nuclear fusion to low temperature plasmas, and astrophysical plasmas to laser plasma interactions.
Magnetic Confinement Fusion
- Edge and plasma-wall interactions
- Turbulence and transport
- Equilibrium and MHD
- Scenario development and control
- Heating and fuelling
- Burning plasma issues
Beam Plasmas & Inertial Fusion
- Inertial confinement and high gain target design
- Hydrodynamics and instabilities
- Ultra-intense laser interaction and fast ignition
- High energy density matter
- Inertial fusion energy drivers and reactors
- Laser and ion beam coupling with plasma
- Laser and plasma based accelerators
- Radiation and particle sources
Low Temperature and Dusty Plasmas
- Discharge modelling
- Plasma kinetics
- Diagnostics (including LIBS)
- Plasma processing and applications
- Basic processes in dusty plasmas
- Strongly coupled plasmas
Basic Plasmas & Space & Astrophysical Plasmas
- Solar, space and astrophysical plasmas
- Laboratory astrophysics
- Fundamental plasma physics
- Waves and turbulence in laboratory plasmas
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This event provides a combined research platform for both Theoretical and Applied Physics, which includes potent Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions from the eminent professionals in the field of Physics and its disciplines.
ConferenceSeries Ltd organizes 1000+ Global Events every year across USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 700+ open access journals which contains over 10,000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board and organizing committee members. The conference series website will provide you list and details about conference organize worldwide.
Importance and scope
The main objective of Theoretical and Applied Physics 2018 conference which is going to be an elite event is to bring together the main aspects of Theory and Applications of Physics such as
- Theory of Relativity
- Quantum Field Theory
- Unconventional Superconductivity
- Many Body Systems
- Lasers & Optics
- Semiconductor Devices
- Graphene and its Applications
- Nanophotonics & Nanodevices
Physics is one of the most seasoned discipline and may be the most established through its consideration of Astronomy. Physics intersects with numerous interdisciplinary territories of research such as Astrophysics, Biophysics, Computational Physics, Quantum Chemistry and others. New thoughts in Physics frequently clarify the essential components of other sciences while opening new avenues of research.
Why to attend?
Latest advancements in the applications of Physics play a very vital role part in the basic existences of individuals and making their way of life in the front line. The meeting arrangement plans to disperse the progressions of research in Theoretical and Applied Physics to the worldwide group by making a stage for dynamic investment, trade of skill and horizontal intuition from specialists, researchers, and instructors.
This is a best opportunity for you to learn and explore the fascinating connection between theoretical and practical concepts of Physics.
- Professors and Technical staff from Physics and other related disciplines
- Lecturers and Students
- Research Institutes
- Managers and Business Intelligence Experts
- Delegates from Physical Science Societies and Associations
- Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives
Major Physics Associations around the Globe
- International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
- International Astronomical Union
- The International Society for Optics and Photonics
- International Union of Crystallography
- Society of Non-Linear and Dynamics Econometrics
- The International Association of Mathematical Physics(IAMP)
- The International Society for Optics and Photonics(IUPAB)
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McMaster University, Hamilton ON, CanadaDescription
International Workshop on Status and Perspectives in Research on Membrane Structure and Interaction
Biomembranes are essential to create life as they provide the containment of a living cell. Their structure and interaction with biological molecules is investigated for decades leading to a continuously growing understanding of the processes and function of these basic biological systemes.
To highlighting recent approaches and developing ideas in research on membrane structure and interaction the International Workshop Membranes Beyond is organized at McMaster University in Hamilton ON, Canada, on July 2-4, 2018. International experts working in the field will review recent developments and discuss future perspectives. All relevant topics related to research with biomembranes will be tackled. Topics include
- Membrane phase behaviour
- Membrane mixtures and rafts
- Membrane dynamics
- Lipid-peptide interaction
- Lipid protein interaction
- Simulation of membrane systems
- Drug delivery systems
- Membranes and signalling
- Membrane fusion
Maikel Rheinstaedter, McMaster University
Thomas Gutberlet, Jülich Centre for Neutron Science
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The DSL conference has as its aim to create a binding platform for scientists, researchers, those in industry, laboratories, as well as students, to network, learn and share their knowledge. Furthermore, it will provide new insights in overcoming the current challenges which are faced by academics and industrialists related to diffusion in its many areas.
The event will provide ample opportunity for conference delegates to network and improve their knowledge in an attractive, cultural and friendly environment: Amsterdam, in the Netherlands!
- Basics of diffusion
- Carburisation and Nitridation
- Internal precipitation
- Alloy heat treatment
- Particle growth and coarsening
- Microstructural and crystallographic texture evolution
- Reactive diffusion
- Phase transformations
- Multiphase diffusion systems
- Microelectronic and nanoscale systems
- Diffusion in crystalline and amorphous materials
- Diffusion in porous media
- Surface oxidation and corrosion
- Phase diagrams
- Ad- and ab-sorption
- Diffusion coefficients
- Solute trapping at solid liquid interfaces
- Mathematical modelling
- Numerical methods
- Experimental methods
- Industrial applications
- Mathematical modelling
- Numerical methods
- Experimental methods
- Industrial applications
- Mathematical modelling
- Numerical methods
- Experimental methods
- Industrial applications
Nanodiffusion & Nanostructured Materials
- Industrial applications
And many Special Sessions!Organiser
Prof. A. ÖchsnerContact E-Mail URL Print
The ILL holds the 5th International Workshop on Neutron Delivery Systems from 25 to 27 June 2018 at the ILL Grenoble, France.
Neutron delivery systems play a major role for the performance of neutron scattering instruments.
Taking into account the last technological progress, neutron guide optimization is one of the most efficient ways to increase the performance of an instrument suite.
Its goal is to share new concepts of neutron delivery systems for future facilities and to review the state and recent progress in neutron guide technologies: amongst other topics neutron guide design, coating performance substrate materials, ageing and preventive maintenance will be discussed during the workshop.
The workshop is dedicated to engineers and scientists involved in the use, the design and the manufacturing of neutron delivery systems and their compounds.
Abstract submission opening day: 24 January 2018
Abstract submission deadline: 01 May 2018
- Progress in neutron guide design, innovative concepts and materials
- Review of newly installed neutron guide systems worldwide – Neutron guide ageing
- Advances in mirror and super-mirror science and technology
- Moderation of neutrons for the production of cold and ultra- cold neutrons
- Simulation of neutron sources and neutron transport
- Neutron optical devices
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Soft condensed matter systems are of ever increasing importance for a wide variety of technological applications, ranging from material science, biophysics, biotechnology to food processing and micro- and nano system technology. Such systems are, however, of such complexity that it is difficult to extract molecular level information by typical experimental methods. The use of powerful neutron sources with advanced instrumentation, coupled with even more powerful computational modeling and direct analysis of experimental results from such sources, is opening new opportunities for elucidating the dynamics in complex soft matter systems.
An optimal extraction of molecular level information contained in experimental data of soft matter systems depends heavily on the use of advanced data analysis and modeling for its interpretation by close collaboration between experimentalists and theoreticians as well as the application of complementary experimental techniques. The school will accordingly offer a series of lectures on ways in which inelastic neutron Scattering (INS), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Molecular Dynamics (MD) and other theoretical modeling methods can be combined to extract unique information on the dynamical behavior of a variety of soft matter systems.
The school is structured as follows: select topics will be introduced by motivating lectures, which describe recent breakthrough results and also include basic information on data interpretation and complementary aspects of different techniques. The students will then select a small project and will be guided by a lecturer toward a solution. The goal of the school is for the students to become more familiar with forefront neutron scattering and molecular dynamics methods and their application to current research in complex soft matter systems.
Registration is open from 23 Feb 2018 to 10 Jun 2018.Organiser
Niels Bohr InstitutetContact URL Print
College Park, Maryland, USADescription
The American Conference on Neutron Scattering (ACNS 2018) will provide essential information on the breadth and depth of current neutron-related research worldwide.
Hosted by the Neutron Scattering Society of America, this year’s Conference will feature a combination of invited and contributed talks, posters sessions, tutorials and an industrial exhibit. Mark your calendar today and plan to attend ACNS 2018!
- Abstract Submission Opens: Early January, 2018
- Abstract Submission Deadline: March 2, 2018
- Preregistration Opens: Mid-April, 2018
The five-day conference will feature oral and poster presentations covering:
- Plenary and Prize Sessions
- Advances in Neutron Methods
- Hard Condensed Matter
- Soft Matter
- Biological Structures and Dynamics
- Neutrons for Energy and Sustainability
- Materials Chemistry and Synthesis
- Structural Materials and Engineering
- Neutron Physics
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Modern scientific methods have led to a wealth of information in archaeology, cultural heritage research, and art conservation concerning the composition of artefacts both on a molecular level and on the mechanical built of objects that can not be dismantled without destroying them. X-ray methods from radiography to fluorescence have become widespread, but also neutron methods gain increasing interest. Due to the non-destructive nature of neutrons they have been developed to an invaluable tool in analysing precious archaeological objects.
Neutrons can penetrate deep into the cultural artefact or beneath the surface of paintings to unveil structures at the microscopic scale and thus determine the chemical composition, provide 3D images of the inner parts of the artefacts, and reveal organic material like wood, leather or bones in sealed metal or stone containers. Whole artefacts can be placed in the neutron beam and analysed at room conditions, without sample preparation. Measurements are made in real time, which can be useful for testing conservation materials and methods.
Two- and three-dimensional imaging provides visual information, while neutron activation analysis delivers elemental composition information, and neutron scattering reveals alloys and textures. Thanks to modern detectors, neutron imaging can even be performed at low-power research reactors, which allows the application for cultural heritage research also at small research reactors throughout the world.
The MLZ Conference Neutrons for Culture and Arts addresses archaeologists and conservators from museums and universities and aims to illustrate the potential of neutron methods in cultural heritage research. Talks and posters will be presented by renowned international researchers, physicists, and archaeologists in the field to demonstrate state-of-the-art methods and applications.
- Paintings and provenance
- Statuettes and figurines
- Wood and soil
- Ancient technologies
- Non-destructive characterisation with neutrons
- Neutron Radiography and tomography
- Neutron activation analysis
- Prompt gamma activation analysis
- Bragg edge scanning, phase gratings, texture
- Scattering and diffraction methods
- Jacopo Corsi, Università degli studi di Tornio, Italy
- Anna Fedrigo, ISIS, United Kingdom
- Francesco Grazzi, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy
- Martina Griesser, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Austria
- David Mannes, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
- Ina Reiche, Rathgen Forschungslabor, Germany
- László Szentmiklósi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
- Alan Williams, The Wallace Collection, United Kingdom
- Nikolay Kardjilov, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie, Germany (to be confirmed)
- Claudia Laurenze-Landsberg, Gemäldegalerie Berlin, Germany (to be confirmed)
- Judit Zoeldfoldi, Universität Stuttgart, Germany (to be confirmed)
Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ) and Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS), Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHContact E-Mail URL Address
Arabella Brauneck Hotel
Münchner Str. 25
The present Advanced School organized by the Italian Society of Neutron Spectroscopy is addressed to specializing students, PhD students, post-docs and researchers (with no limitation in age) with some experience in neutron scattering and interested in deepening their knowledge about the statistical and computational methods of typical aid in neutron data analysis and interpretation. A highly interactive environment is expected: with lecturers, tutors and participants in continuous interaction, in the spirit of a workshop or symposium. Data handling, specific correction procedures, main analysis programs, and simulation techniques will be dealt with for neutron diffraction, inelastic and quasi-elastic spectroscopy, and small-angle scattering, in the attempt of facing the main difficulties that can be encountered AFTER the, sometimes trivial, collection of count rates in a file. Innumerable details regard welldone neutron data analysis, and the ways to reach some confidence about the reliability of the results, based either on comparison with simulation data or by statistical checks, or finally by physical soundness.
The lectures are generally envisaged to be in English. Only in the absence of non-Italian people in the audience (composed of both lecturers/tutors and participants) the spoken language might be agreed to be Italian. The general lectures will be followed by equally very important tutorials, which are meant to be the core of the school and the topic moment for discussion and exchange between tutors and participants. Tutorials are intended to give specific information on the typical tools used for data treatment and evaluation of the results in the various areas relevant to neutron scattering.Organiser
Italian Society of Neutron Spectroscopy (SISN)Contact Name
Alessio De FrancescoE-Mail URL DownloadPrint
12th ECNDT provides an excellent opportunity to strengthen global collaboration. It is a unique occasion to see and to be seen by a large number of specialists in the field of NDT from all over the world. Take the opportunity to promote your organization in a unique exhibition environment where researchers and leading experts meet to share ideas and expertise.
SINE2020 will be present. Don’t hesitate to contact us!Contact Name
Marc Thiry and Caroline BoudouE-Mail URL Print
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USADescription
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, in conjunction with NC State University, present the 7th annual workshop on neutron scattering applications in structural biology.
The unique potential of neutron scattering in structural biology arises from the strong interaction of neutrons with hydrogen (H) and its deuterium (D) isotope. This property makes the information available from neutron scattering unique and a valuable complement to data obtained from other structural techniques. Individual hydrogen/deuterium atoms are visualized in neutron density maps from crystallographic data at the resolution typical of most protein structures (2.0 – 2.5 Å). Using H/D exchange and contrast variation, proteins and nucleic acids are sequentially modeled and mapped in large biological complexes using small angle neutron scattering, protein-membrane interactions are revealed using Reflectometry and protein and water dynamics measured using spectroscopy.
The workshop includes a symposium, lectures and tutorials and tours of the High Flux Isotope reactor and Spallation Neutron Source, the world’s leading neutron research facilities.
The workshop is designed for graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and faculty with knowledge of protein function and structure but no or limited experience of neutron sciences.
- Small Angle Scattering
- Labeling techniques
- Educate participants in neutron scattering techniques, instrumentation and data collection, analysis and interpretation.
- Expose participants to cutting-edge research in neutron structural biology.
- Build interactions between participants, their university groups, and ORNL neutron scattering experts to develop new research projects.
- 3-minute pitch tall session: A 3-minute pitch talk session will be held on Monday, June 11, 2018. Each participant will presents her or his interest in a concise 3-minute presentation using up to 3 slides. This session will offer participants an excellent opportunity to open the door to further discussions with ORNL neutron scientists. Abstract for the presentation should be emailed to the workshop organizers no later than Monday, May 28, 2018.
- Fellowships: Travel and accommodation costs are reimbursed for participants from U.S. institutions. There are no registration fees for any participant.
- Application Deadline: Applications must be submitted by April 30, 2018 (8:00 a.m.) to be considered for admission.
ORNL, NC State UniversityContact Name
Meilleur, FloraE-Mail URL Print
Conference Series LLC cordially invite all the participants interested in sharing their knowledge and research in the field of nuclear and plasma physics at International conference on Nuclear and Plasma Physics going to be held on June 07-08 at London, UK.
The organizers expect more than 100 members around the world with thought provoking keynote lectures, oral and poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of related journals. The confernce highlight the discussion around the theme *“Convergence of Nuclear, Plasma and Space Sciences”* by bridging the gap between the intellectuals across the globe to enlighten their reasech and findings at Plasma Physics – 2018 .
The scope of Plasma Physics – 2018 is to bring the advancements in the field of physics of all the relations of nuclear and plasma physics. Plasma Physics – 2018 covers all parts of plasma physics, including Astrophysical and space plasmas, magnetic and inertial confinement fusion, Plasma Surface interactions, high energy physics, plasma applications and plasma diagnostics.Organiser
Conference Series LLCContact URL Print
Soragna, Parma province, ItalyDescription
This meeting focuses on development. Discussions will centre on user requests, interface design, development practices, as well as tools and platforms. We will also present our ongoing projects in some detail.
This meeting is obligatory for developers and team leaders of the SINE2020-funded software projects. Other developers of neutron scattering analysis software are welcome to join us.
Registration and Programme
Registration: Deadline is 15 February 2018. Registration includes reservation of a single room in the conference hotel. There is no conference fee. Each participant will pay accommodation and breakfast directly to the hotel (136 € for 2 nights). Dinner on June 6 and 7, and lunch on June 7 and 8 will be taken in charge by SINE2020.
There will be no invited talks, and no poster session. All participants are invited to propose oral contributions by submitting an abstract using the link below.
Abstract submission: Please submit a title and a short informal abstract for a proposed oral contribution. Submissions are possible until 15 April 2018.Organiser
JCNS-MLZ, Forschungszentrum JülichContact E-Mail URL Print
University of Parma, ItalyDescription
The SINE2020 General Assembly will take place at the University of Parma in Italy, from June 5th – 6th in 2018.
This is an opportunity to meet project members, exchange ideas, and learn the status of each work-package. These meetings are extremely important to foster collaboration among all of our 18 partners.
In addition we provide the opportunity to meet with your WP on Monday afternoon and/or Tuesday morning.Organiser
SINE2020 Coordination TeamPrint
On the occasion of its return in Europe, the Congress will be hosted for the first time in France, and more precisely on the Futuroscope area located in the “Grand Poitiers” agglomeration.
This venue, with its unique mixture of cultural heritage and modernity, will constitute a memorable experience for all attendees.
The Organizing Committee will also help delegates who wish to extend their stay by proposing tours with many outstanding attractions (Chateaux of the Loire Valley, Atlantic Coast, vineyards, ).
The Fatigue 2018 Congress will be the twelfth in a series of major international conferences held since 1981. This series aims to provide a discussion forum for both fundamental aspects and practical applications of fatigue, covering all aspects of fatigue, all type of materials, and all fields of interest (transportation, energy, electronics, civil engineering, medicine ,…).
More precisely, potential authors are invited to submit an abstract to the conference secretariat before the deadline in one of the topics, classifiied in 6 main themes:
- General topics
- Theoretical and Numerical approaches
- Innovative approaches
- Fatigue of non-metallic materials
- Specific Domains
- Industrial case studies.
French Society for Metallurgy and Materials, SF2MContact E-Mail URL Phone
+33(0)1 46 33 08 00Print
The Institut Laue Langevin (ILL) and the Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique et de Cosmologie (LPSC) continue a decennial series of particle physics workshops held at the ILL.
The workshop will focus on:
- Properties of the Neutron
- Fundamental Symmetries and Interactions
- Hadronic Parity Violation
- Search for eV-Neutrinos
- Fundamental Constants
- New Techniques and Ideas
The workshop will consist of invited review talks introducing these topics, contributed talks, and a poster session. Contributions will be published in a refereed journal.Organiser
ILLContact E-Mail URL Print
Jülich (near Aachen), GermanyDescription
The availability of highly efficient, large-area, position-sensitive neutron detectors is still of the highest importance in current and future research with neutrons. Intense upgrade programmes at existing facilities and the advent of future spallation sources have fostered the development of new advanced detection systems. Huge progress has been achieved in the field of alternative detection technologies, some of which are now close to the application stage. This Workshop focuses on the development of a wide range of neutron detectors and offers an outstanding opportunity for scientists and engineers interested in neutron detection methods and technologies to meet and discuss their ideas with colleagues and exhibitors from around the world.
The Workshop will take place at Forschungszentrum Jülich in the main lecture hall. Here we will have oral presentations, a poster session and an exhibition. A reception in a delightful atmosphere will encourage the continuation of discussions with colleagues about future projects and plans. Hotels have been arranged in Aachen with a special rate for the Workshop. Bus transportation will be provided to and from Aachen.
Abstract submission will be available on the website from 02 January 2018 with a deadline of 15 March 2018. Registration and hotel reservations will be available on the website in January 2018. Please make an early reservation and be prepared for an early reservation deadline.Organiser
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHContact Name
Ralf EngelsE-Mail URL Phone
+49 2461 61-2878Print
Roquebrune sur Argens (Var, France)Description
The French Neutron Society (SFN) organises with the Institut Laue Langevin and the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin neutron facilities the Neutron Diffusion Meeting 2018 (JDN2018), in the Vacanciel holiday village of Roquebrune sur Argens (Var, France), from May 14 to May 16, 2018.
This multidisciplinary workshop (traditionnally entitled “Rencontres Rossat-Mignod”) will be dedicated to new results, obtained using neutron scattering techniques, in various scientific domains representative of the whole neutron users community.
Five sessions will be organised, in Magnetism, Soft Matter and Environment, Condensed Matter, and Biology. Each session will be introduced by an invited talk, which will be followed by a series of shorter oral communications. A Poster session, encompassing all the scientific topics cited above, and an Instrumentation session, will also take place.
Abstracts for oral presentations should be sent by e-mail before April 2nd, 2018. To do so please follow the link Abstract submission.
The aim of this meeting is :
- to strengthen links between French neutron scattering users
- to provide a place where advances resulting from neutron scattering experiments can be presented and discussed in a friendly and stimulating environment,
- to inform the user’s community about the evolution of neutron facilities in France andr abroad, and about the development of new neutron techniques, instrumentation, and their applications
- to welcome and promote the work of young neutron users
French Neutron Society (SFN)Contact E-Mail URL Print
The 12th Central European Training School on neutron techniques will be held from May 6 to May 11, 2018.
Application is now open. Deadline is the 15th of March.
CETS provides insight into neutron scattering techniques and their application for studies on structure and dynamics of condensed matter. Comprehensive experimental skills and guidance in result interpretation are going to be conveyed. The school will be a forum for the presentation and discussion of actual research works of young scientists.
Since the restart of the refurbished Budapest Research Reactor in 1992 international meetings are regularly organised in order to promote the national and Central European regional user activity, to contribute to instrument development as well as to facilitate the access of new users. Using the experimental stations, training of students and newcomers to the field is also regularly held for Hungarian university groups. Since 1999 a yearly joint Austrian-Hungarian training course used to be organised as well. Since February 2000 the cold neutron research facility is in operation, a liquid hydrogen cold source and the adjoining supermirror neutron guides provide excellent research opportunities on six experimental stations located in the neutron guide hall and the reactor hall. Therefore, the regular Austrian-Hungarian training course was extended, and we offer the possibilities of the cold neutron instruments for a hands-on-training for the European user community.
We are welcoming PhD and master students, post-doc scientists as well as newcomers to the neutron research from the field of structural research in physics, chemistry, biology, material science etc. The number of participants is limited to 25 (because of the training facilities available). There is no limit for the theoretical lectures.
The training consists of 2 days of lectures, 3 days of experimental work and 1 additional day of poster presentation and e-learning presentation. The lectures will give an introduction on neutron sources, neutron scattering techniques and recent developments in the field of neutron optics. The experiments will demonstrate to the students the art of utilization of instruments at a large-scale facility. They will get acquainted with sample preparation, experiment planning and running as well as data processing and interpretation of results. The participants will be divided into groups of maximum 5 students in order to facilitate individual involvement in the performance of the experiment. Each group will perform one or two neutron scattering experiments per day and each group will work at 5 different instruments. The official language of the lectures and practical works is English.
- Small Angle Neutron Scattering (YS)
- Reflectometer (GINA)
- Material Test Diffractometer (MTEST)
- Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis (PGAA)
- Neutron imaging (RAD/NIPS-NORMA)
- Time of flight diffractometer (TOF)
- Neutron diffractometer (PSD)
See detailed presentation of the instruments at BNC site by clicking here.
Poster and Flash presentations
The participants will have the possibility to present a poster on the first school day. The Poster section will give the opportunity to the participants to present their field of interest as well as to have discussions with the instrument scientists about their research topics. The required poster size is A0 (841mm x 1189mm), portrait.
The Poster section has a special part, the so called Flash presentations. The participants are welcomed to present in 5 minutes and maximum 3 projected slides their poster. Preparation of a poster and a flash presentation will be highly appreciated in the selection of the participants and the award of a grant.
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From process qualification until component certification, additive manufacturing presents big challenges as a new field of material processing with multiple new parameters. Therefore, new insights concerning characterization are envisaged for process and component standards and certification, as well as for experimental benchmark input for modellings.
European large installations ILL and ESRF offer a common frame for additive manufacturing industrial investigations, where unique static (scanning) and dynamic (in-situ) studies on stresses and imaging, from the nanometre until several centimetres range, are possible. To foster industrial escalation of additive manufacturing, we aim at bringing together industry and applied sciences to address key manufacturing issues regarding final quality assessment of products.
To have a look at the Program follow this link.
- For non-destructive and bulk characterization: neutrons can penetrate several cm into matter.
- For new information: neutrons interact in a different way with matter, hence giving another contrast, i.e. for hydrogen!
- For sample environment and in-situ studies
- High energy X-rays, allowing higher penetration depth for real 3D imaging of high density samples.
- High intensity X-rays for non-destructive probing of material structure and devices with high spatial resolution from millimetres to nanometres.
- High intensity X-rays for real time measurements with less than a microsecond time resolution and high-throughput analysis under real manufacturing and operating conditions.
Sandra CabezaE-Mail URL Print
From process qualification until component certification, additive manufacturing presents big challenges as a new field of material processing with multiple new parameters. Therefore, new insights concerning characterisation are envisaged for process and component standards and certification, as well as for experimental benchmark input for modellings.
European large installations ILL and ESRF offer a common frame for additive manufacturing industrial investigations, where unique static (scanning) and dynamic (in-situ) studies on stresses and imaging, from the nanometre until several centimetres range, are possible.
To foster industrial escalation of additive manufacturing, we aim at bringing together industry and applied sciences to address key manufacturing issues regarding final quality assessment of products.Organiser
ILL and ESRFContact E-Mail URL Phone
+33 (0)4 76 20 81 04Print
Magnetism 2018 is the premier conference organised by the UK and Rol magnetism community. It welcomes and encourages participation from Europe and further afield, and from industry. It follows the highly successful conferences that have been held annually since 2014.
A mixture of invited talks and submitted contributions will showcase the breadth of magnetism research in the UK and Rol covering the areas of thin films and nanostructures, spintronics, permanent magnetic materials, correlated electrons, nanoparticles and biological/biomedical applications of magnetism, computational magnetism and general magnetism.
In keeping with the conference’s broad remit, we encourage participation from those working in all aspects of magnetism and magnetic materials. The meeting will include oral sessions on a range of subjects including spintronics, spin textures (domain walls, dynamics, vortices, skyrmions), permanent magnetism and energy efficiency, correlated electrons and topological systems, spin ice and 2D materials, nanoparticles, ab initio and micromagnetic theory.
We encourage abstracts from across the community and particularly from students as the conference provides an excellent opportunity to showcase latest research in a collegiate and stimulating environment.
- Professor Albert Fert, University of Paris-Sud and UMP CNRS/Thales, France
- Professor Gino Hrkac, University of Exeter, UK
Organised by the IOP Magnetism Group
Early registration deadline: 23 March 2018
Registration deadline: 3 April 2018
IOP Magnetism GroupContact Name
Jon RoeE-Mail URL Print
Phoenix, Arizona, USADescription
Time and time again, “multidisciplinary” research is touted as essential to innovation. That is why, from April 2-6, 2018, researchers working in seemingly unrelated fields will gather in Phoenix, Arizona, to promote, share and discuss issues and developments across disciplines.
The 2018 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit is the key forum to present research to an interdisciplinary and international audience. It provides a window on the future of materials science, and offers an opportunity for researchers—from students and postdoctoral fellows, to Nobel and Kavli Prize Laureates—to exchange technical information and network with colleagues.
The Materials Research Society has developed a far-reaching series of programs that expose students, teachers, and life-long learners to the excitement of discovery and the significance of science in their daily lives. For interested MRS members, these programs provide an opportunity to participate in outreach activities, support national STEM education initiatives, and play a significant role in developing and nurturing the next generation of materials scientists.
The scientific process is no longer just about generating ideas, but about freely sharing those ideas with broader audiences. Now more than ever, the ability to recruit students, attract collaborators, and secure funding is tied to the ability to successfully bring research out of the laboratory and to the general public. Through its continuum of broader impacts programming and professional development sessions at MRS meetings, an ever-expanding awards portfolio, a University Chapter program that is now international in scope, and so much more, MRS, with the support of the Materials Research Society Foundation, is well positioned to engage, educate and fascinate into the next decade.Organiser
Edward Botchwey, Catherine Dubourdieu, Quanxi Jia, Shane Kennett, Cheolmin ParkContact E-Mail URL Print
Advances in science and technology in the field of neutron science have been dominated by a fruitful combination of major international facilities supported by networks of smaller regional facilities. Recent advances in accelerator technology and neutronic design have made it possible to construct small-scale accelerator-driven neutron facilities that would be able to play a significant role in neutron technology and science. The neutron applications using compact accelerator driven neutron sources are now becoming more and more important since it can cover various fields such as material science, engineering, nuclear physics, cancer therapy, soft error, cultural heritage and so on, and therefore they would play a more significant role in the future.
The Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources (UCANS) was formed in 2010 to support the ongoing development of small accelerator based neutron sources around the world. Since then, fruitful meetings were held in Beijing (China) 2011, Bloomington (U.S.A) 2012, Bilbao (Spain) 2013, Sapporo (Japan) 2014, Legnaro (Italy) 2015, and Xi´an (China) 2016.
UCANS-VII, the 7th. International Meeting of the Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources, will be held in San Carlos de Bariloche), Province of Rio Negro, Argentina. The dates are March 11 – 15, 2018, and the venue is Hotel Amancay) located in the beautiful LLao-Llao area, at 25 Km from downtown Bariloche.
- Accelerators and beam optics,
- Target radiation damage and heat removal,
- Moderator neutronics,
- Optical devices,
- Neutron detection,
- CANS Projects and Innovative instrumentation,
- Material characterization.
- Other applications of CANS,
- Nuclear Astrophysics and Nuclear Data,
- Medical applications,
- Computer simulations and data-analysis software,
Neutron Physics Department, Nuclear Engineering, CAB, CNEAContact E-Mail URL Print
DPG Frühjahrstagung (Spring Meeting) of the Condensed Matter Section (SKM) with the following divisions and working groups:
- Biological Physics
- Chemical and Polymer Physics
- Thin Films
- Dynamics and Statistical Physics
- Semiconductor Physics
- Crystalline Solids and their Microstructure
- Metal and Material Physics
- and the working group Metal and Material Physics
- Surface Science
- Physics of Socio-Economic Systems
- Low Temperature Physics
- Vacuum Science and Technology
- Working Group Equal Opportunities
- Working Group Industry and Business
- Working Group young DPG
- Working Group Philosophy of Physics
CMD27 of the EPS Condensed Matter Division with the following Sections and Divisions:
- Liquid Physics
- Low Temperature Physics
- Magnetism / European Magnetism Association
- Semiconductors and Insulators
- Soft Condensed Matter and Biophysics
- Structural and Dynamical Properties of Solids
- Surfaces and Interfaces
- Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division
- EPS Young Minds
The conference takes place at the :
Technische Universität Berlin
Straße des 17. Juni 135
App for DPG Spring Meetings
Download the DPG Spring Meeting App for Android (v.5+) or iOS (7.1+) and create your own conference programme. In addition to the scientific programme, the app also provides information about the supporting programme and supplies you with relevant information about the venue and conference office. Take a look in the App-Store or PlayStore for „DPG Spring Meetings“ and install the free app!Organiser
DPG and EPSContact URL Print
SYnchrotron and NEutron Radiation Go Industrial
New analytical tools for engineering materials science
Key note speeches on engineering applications
of neutron and synchrotron facilities:
- Daigo Setoyama, Toyota Central R&D labs Inc., JP
- Axel Müller, OHB System AG, DE
- Hjalmar Staf, SANDVIK AB, SE
Business to Research Matchmaking
(in cooperation with Enterprise Europe Network)
Exhibition, research service providers
and research infrastructures
Detailed information and registration form are available a:
SYNERGI 2018 will demystify analytical Research Infrastructures (RIs)
for industry in the field of engineering, energy- and microtechnology.
Learn how RIs are already working with a wide range of buisnesses
and build with us a future vision of how RIs could be better integrated
into the regional and European innovation processes.
SYNERGI2018 event hosted by SINE2020Contact Name
Dr. Marc ThiryE-Mail URL Phone
German Engineering Materials Science Centre (GEMS) Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (Außenstelle DESY)
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The venue of the Annual Meeting is Essen in the heart of the Ruhrgebiet that is actually not as grey as some of you might expect. In the contrary, after coal and steel industries have contracted and shifted to more environmentally friendly processes, this area has undergone a remarkable transformation. Notably, in 2010, Essen was the center of the European Capital of Culture, and in 2017, it is the European Green Capital.
Many scientific disciplines rely on crystallography, covering inter alia fields like materials sciences, geosciences, crystal structure determination, and protein crystallography. The University of Duisburg-Essen with its two campi at Duisburg and Essen (and a third campus for the University Hospital) has two central research units with direct relevance to crystallography: Nanosciences, as represented by the Center for Nanointegration Duisburg-Essen (CeNIDE), and biological sciences, as represented by the Center for Biomedical Technology (ZMB). Both have supported the Annual Meeting. In the direct vicinity there are other major research institutions like the Universities at Bochum and Dortmund and a number of Max-Planck Institutes and Fraunhofer institutes, many of them relying on chemical, physical and biological crystallography.
A number of prominent Plenary Speakers have agreed to give presentations at our Annual Congress:
- Leonid Dubrovinsky (Bayreuth/DE): Crystallography taken to the extreme
- Holger Dobbek (Berlin/DE): Carbon oxide activation at biological Ni,Fe centres
- Kenneth Harris (Cardiff/GB): New experimental techniques for exploring crystallization pathways and structural properties of solids
- Randy J. Read (Cambridge/GB): TAn unexpected crystallographic insight into renin secretion
- Sven Lidin (Lund/SE): Structure Dynamis in Crystaline Solids
- Erdmann Spiecker (Erlangen/DE): The new era of in situ electron microscopy: From qualitative observations to quantitative studies on the nanoscale
- Paulina Dominiak (Warszawa/PL)
Directly after the Annual Meeting of the DGK, a workshop on methods and applications of neutrons on hot topics will take place.
The conference will be accompanied by a specialised industrial exhibition. Interested companies are requested to contact Conventus.Organiser
German Crystallographic Society (DGK)Contact Name
Anja HannawaldE-Mail URL DownloadPrint
The annual ISIS Practical Neutron Training Course is aimed at PhD and post-doctoral researchers who have little or no experience of neutron scattering, but whose future research program aims to make use of neutron scattering techniques at ISIS.
The course runs annually for 10 days at ISIS and takes around 35 students.
We stress that this is a hand-on course using the ISIS neutron instruments aimed at complete beginners to neutron scattering.
Registration is via the form in the link below and will close on November 30th, 2017
Outline of Course
- Basic Principles (Neutron Time-of-flight, Detectors, Neutron materials and interations, Instrument Components, Neutron Scattering Theory)
- Chemistry and Materials (Powder and single crystal diffraction, Rietveld refinement (GSAS), Molecular Spectroscopy, Diffuse scattering, Non-crystalline materials scattering)
- Physics (Neutron diffraction, magnetic Rietveld refinement (Fullprof), inelastic scattering – polycrystals and single crystals, and reflectometry)
- Soft Matter (Sample preperation and deuteration, Small-angle neutron scattering, Neutron reflectometry)
- Optional Modules (Computational methods (DFT), Molecular Dynamics Simulations, Quasi-elastic Scattering, Biological SANS data reduction, Polarized reflectometry for soft matter, Strain in Materials)
The course includes accommodation at Cosener’s House in Abingdon, and travel expenses (within the UK) – and is free to participating students
Selection criteria for applications to the Neutron Training Course
The number of applications to attend the Neutron Training Course has always exceeded the number of places available on the course, and hence it has been necessary to have a selection procedure for allocating the places. One ISIS representative for each of the three modules attends a selection meeting together with one external ISIS user. The criteria used in making the selection are as follows:
- Preference is given to students funded from the UK. This is interpreted broadly and it includes University, Research Council or UK Industry funding.
- Preference is given to students at the beginning of their studies in neutron scattering.
- Preference is given to applicants who, in the judgement of the selection committee will make a major use of neutron scattering, particularly at ISIS, in their studies.
In the assessment of applications, the statements submitted by the applicant and their supervisor carry the greatest weight, and so we would encourage applicants to ensure that they submit a strong statement emphasising the significance of neutron scattering in their research. In the event of a dispute concerning the outcome of the selection procedure, an ombudsman who has no involvement in the current course will be appointed.Contact Name
Walker, Helen (STFC,RAL,ISIS)E-Mail URL Phone
Big Science Business Forum 2018 will be the first one-stop-shop for European companies and other stakeholders to learn about Europe’s Big Science organisations’ future investments and procurements worth billions of euros. The forum will offer your business the chance to:
- Learn about business opportunities in the coming years, within a wide range of business areas.
- Meet representatives from Europe’s Big Science organisations and their key suppliers.
- Network and establish long lasting partnerships via business-to-business meetings (B2B), business-to-customer meetings (B2C) and in the open exhibition area.
- Get insight into procurement rules, IPR, technology transfer and how businesses can interplay with the Big Science market.
Big Science as a business area – 16 parallel sessions
BSBF2018 will address 16 topics of Big Science as a business area. Extensive parallel sessions will focus on Big Science investments in the coming years in the following areas:
- A1 Procurement, IPR and standards
- A2 Remote handling systems
- A3 Cryogenic technology
- A4 Affiliated Big Science organisations I (TBC)
- B1 Technology transfer
- B2 Superconductivity and superconducting magnets
- B3 Safety systems, licensing and protection of hazardous installations, access control, fire and gas detection
- B4 Affiliated Big Science organisations II (TBC)
- C1 Electrical, electronics, electromechanical and RF systems
- C2 High precision and large mechanical components – manufacturing and assembly
- C3 Instrumentation and Control and CODAC
- C4 Engineering methodologies and tools
- D1 Diagnostics, detectors and instruments
- D2 Vacuum and leak detection technologies
- D3 Basic material technologies and advanced manufacturing techniques
- D4 Information and Communication Technologies
The investment potential of Europe’s Big Science market – plenary session I
In the program’s pleanary session I, delegates have a unique opportunity to get to know the investment potential of Europe’s Big Science market when high level speakers from the nine organising Big Science organisations will present their individual organisations.
Best practices of the Big Science market – plenary session II
In plenary session II, delegates will get to know the best practices there is on the Big Science market when prime contractors, SMEs and Industry Liaison Officers participate in a roundtable discussion.Contact E-Mail URL Download Register
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The aim of the workshop is to discuss the needs of the German X-ray and neutron user community in terms of digitalization.
Topics to be addressed
- IT infrastructures
- algorithms (e.g., machine learning)
- data management
- data policies (embargo, open data, open access)
- possible funding measures
- training junior scientists
Universität Siegen, TU WienContact Name
Christian GuttE-Mail URL Print
Prague, Czech RepublicDescription
ESP is inviting you, together with CERIC, ESS, and HZG, to take part in the Nanotechnology from Materials to Science conference, which will take place at the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, on 15-16 February 2018. The event is organized in the framework of the ACCELERATE project.
Who can attend?
The event is open to researchers, industry experts and science enthusiasts in the fields of nanostructures and nano-analytics. It is a two-day conference with the objective of sharing knowledge in those fields, discussing the innovative applications of nanotechnology in different sectors (such as ICT, health, energy and more) and exploring diverse collaboration opportunities between research organizations and companies.
What is the scope?
The conference aims at providing answers to highly up-to-date questions in the industrial research and development in the area of nanotechnology, and will present the offer of large-scale research infrastructures to answer those questions. A guided tour through the CERIC Czech Partner facility will complete the program.
How to register?
Register for the event here.
More details related to the topics that will be discussed and organisations which will facilitate the sessions can be found here.
The provisional programme of the event and the sessions’ abstracts can be found here.
ACCELERATE is funded by the European Union Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020, under grant agreement 731112Organiser
Charles UniversityContact URL Print
The organizers of NEUBIAS are pleased to welcome you to the 2nd NEUBIAS Conference, in Szeged!
The 2nd Annual Conference of NEUBIAS, gathering the whole BioImage Analysis Community into a multi-faceted event, offers two Training schools, a Working Meeting (Taggathon) and a Large Symposium dedicated to Scientific Developments and Open Tools in BioImage Analysis.
The event will be organized and hosted by Dr. Peter Horvath, Principal Investigator at the Biological Research Center (BRC) of the Hungarian Academy of Science, Szeged.
Topics Highlights of the Symposium
- BioImage Analysis in Life Science, Developments,
- Machine Learning, Bioimage Data Mining, Storage, etc…
- Open source Software Lounge, Call4help, Open Tools,
- Industry workshops, Panel Discussions and more
Prof. Peter HorvathContact E-Mail URL Phone
+36 30 470 4261Print