List of posters
Below is the list of posters submitted to the User Meeting poster session.
All the corresponding abstracts submitted can be found on this folder.
The folder contains as well the posters submitted within the MAX IV students science award 2021.
The poster session is taking place on-site at Scandic Hotel, Lund, unlike the previously advertised hybrid format.
Even if this implies that some poster will no be presented by their authors, we decided to acknowledge their contribution and interest by including them on the list of posters, together with the submitted abstracts.
We apologise for the inconvenience or disappointment this might cause.
|1||Combined in-situ X-Ray Diffraction and X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy at Balder Beamline||Mahesh Ramakrishnan||Lunds University MAX IV||Balder|
|2||Local chemical ordering in refractory high entropy nitride and its impact on superconducting properties||Rui Shu||Linköping University||Balder|
|3||BioXAS at Balder beamline||Kajsa Sigfridsson Clauss||Lunds University MAX IV||Balder|
|4||Slot-die coating platform at Balder beamline for in-situ multimodal analysis||Matteo Ciambezi||MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University||Balder|
|5||How light moves ions. A multimodal X-ray diffraction and Photoluminescence study on the phase segregation of MAPb(I1-xBrx)3||Klara Suchan||Lund University||Balder; NanoMAX|
|6||Interaction of a human monoclonal antibody recognizing two different epitopes in a conserved region of streptococcal M proteins||Lotta Happonen||Lund University||BioMAX|
|7||Crystallisation of supercooled water||Marjorie Ladd Parada||Stockholm University||CoSAXS|
|8||Investigation of the effect of synthesis conditions on the formation of H-related defects in γ-MnO2||Nicolas Pierre Louis Magnard||University of Copenhagen||DanMAX|
|9||How can synchrotron diffraction help enable electrification of industrial heating processes?||Magnus Hörnqvist Colliander||Chalmers University of Technology||DanMAX|
|10||Extracting Structural Motifs from Pair Distribution Function Data of Nanostructures using Interpretable Machine Learning||Andy Sode Anker||Nano-Science Center and Department of Chemistry, University of Copenhagen||DanMAX|
|11||Quantifying Structures in 3D Images through the QIM Center||Anders Dahl||Technical University of Denmark||ForMAX|
|12||Educational toolkits within the ForMAX-portal for training the next generation of tomography and scattering users at MAX IV||Emanuel Larsson||Lund University||ForMAX|
|13||Bringing SAXS imaging to MAX IV||Christian Appel||Paul Scherrer Institut||ForMAX|
|14||The peculiarities of charge transfer process in potassium hydrophthalate crystals under the action of the external electric field||Eduard Ibragimov||MSU, NRC “Kurchatov Institute”||FemtoMAX, NanoMAX|
|15||3D imaging of ferroelastic domains in single CsPbBr3 nanoparticles||Dmitry Dzhigaev||Lund University||NanoMAX|
|16||Microsecond equilibrium dynamics by X-ray photon correlation spectroscopy with nano-focused X-ray beams||Sharon Berkowicz||Stockholm University||NanoMAX|
|17||On the feasibility of focusing synchrotron radiation to nanometre sizes by means of adiabatic refractive lenses||Maxim Folomeshkin||FRSC ‘Crystallography and Photonics’ RAS, Moscow||NanoMAX|
|18||Ultrafast dynamical diffraction wavefronts imagined with Tele-ptychography||Angel Rodriguez-Fernandez||European XFEL Facility GmbH||NanoMAX|
|19||Dynamics of soil aggregation as affected by organic matter inputs||Milda Pucetaite||Lund University||NanoMAX, SoftiMAX|
|20||Revealing the Heavy Quasiparticles in the Heavy-Fermions Superconductor CeCu2Si2||Yang Liu||Zhejiang University, China||Bloch|
|21||Chemical bonding of termination species in the 2D transition metal carbide Ti3C2Tx MXene investigated at SPECIES||Lars-Åke Näslund||Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology (IFM), Linköping University||SPECIES, HIPPIE, Balder, FlexPES, VERITAS, FinEstBeAMS|
|22||Valence shell photoelectron angular distributions and vibrationally resolved spectra of imidazole||Minna Patanen||University of Oulu||FinEstBeAMS|
|23||Photodissociation dynamics of halogenated aromatic molecules: the case of core-ionized tetrabromothiophene||Lassi Pihlava||Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Turku||FinEstBeAMS|
|24||Pseudo single bunch through Transverse Resonance Island Buckets||David K. Olsson||Lunds University MAX IV||FinEstBeAMS, FlexPES|
|25||Nucleation of atmospheric aerosols – coincidence study of alpha-pinene||Kuno Kooser||Institute of Physics, University of Tartu||FinEstBeAMS, SPECIES, HIPPIE, NAP-XPS end-stations|
|26||The origin of enhanced O2+ production from the CO2 cluster dication||Smita Ganguly||Lunds University MAX IV||FlexPES|
|27||An in situ APXPS characterization of Al2O3 supported NiMo catalyst||Sabrina Gericke||Lund University||HIPPIE|
|28||Surface chemistry and diffusion of trace and alloying elements during in vacuum thermal deoxidation of stainless steel||Lin Zhu||Lunds University MAX IV||MAXPEEM|
|29||Morphological variations of calcite microfossils based on µCT data to reveal the last 200 years of environmental changes in Öresund||Constance Choquel||Lund University|
|30||Investigating the sensitivity of cathode material NMC 811 towards CO2 and H2O.||Heyin Chen||Uppsala University|
|31||Bio&Chem support labs at MAX IV||Yang Chen||Lunds University MAX IV||Support labs|
|32||Pixel area detectors for current and future applications at MAX IV||Paul Bell||Lunds University MAX IV||Detectors|
|33||Operando observations of hydrogen induced degradation of duplex steel||Alfred Larsson||Lund University, Division of Synchrotron Radiation Research||A diffraction beamline|
|34||Exploring confined ordered nano-structures with synchrotron light||Giuseppe Abbondanza||Lund University, Synchrotron Radiation Research||A diffraction beamline|
|35||Center for X-Rays in Swedish Material Sciences||Denise McCluskey||KTH, Stockholm||PETRA III|
|36||The PETRA III Swedish Material Science Beamline||Denise McCluskey||KTH, Stockholm||PETRA III|