When: 19 November 2021, 10:00 – 18:00 GMT
Where: Institute of Physics, 37 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9BU and online
This meeting, in honour of Neville Greaves, highlights the latest developments in synchrotron, neutron and FEL instruments. This one-day meeting has been arranged in parallel with a special issue of the Journal of Physics, Condensed Matter and highlights some of the latest developments of synchrotron, neutron and FEL instruments being developed at international research facilities. The contributions cover new approaches to probing samples in different physical environments, including under operando conditions for functionally active materials and devices.
The meeting schedule is outlined below
|10.20||Andy Beale||Recent progress in applying combined X-ray techniques for materials characterisation in situ|
|11.40||Malcolm McMahon||Probing Extreme States of Matter using Ultra-Intense X-ray Radiation|
|13.40||Fabrizia Foglia||Progress in neutron techniques: towards improved polymer electrolyte membranes for energy devices|
|14.40||Valerio Cerantola||New frontiers in extreme conditions science at synchrotrons and free electron lasers|
|16.00||Hayley Simon||Fe K-edge X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy of corrosion phases of archaeological iron: results, limitations, and the need for complementary techniques|
|17.00||Richard Catlow||Final comments|
The event will be held at the Institute of Physics and admission is free. Tickets are available through EventBrite to either attend the meeting in person (Intense Radiation Sources in Materials Chemistry and Physics Tickets, Fri 19 Nov 2021 at 10:00 | Eventbrite) or to attend online (Intense Radiation Sources in Materials Chemistry and Physics Tickets, Fri 19 Nov 2021 at 10:00 | Eventbrite) we look forward to seeing you.
Richard Catlow, Paul McMillan, Wim Bras & Martin Wilding