Scattering and diffraction

Scope

Within the exploitation of x-ray scattering applications, MAX IV will offer a palette of techniques from small angle scattering to grazing incidence and bulk techniques. In addition to the two beamlines currently open to the users that can already do scattering and diffraction experiments (BioMAX and NanoMAX) there are new beamlines at different stages of development: DiffMAX, DanMAX, CoSAXS, ForMAX and FemtoMAX. This session in the user meeting brings a unique opportunity not only to learn about the science being carried out but also to engage in fruitful discussions on the potential of the future beamlines.


Scattering and diffraction. Parallel session program, Tuesday 25

Chair: Olivier Balmes

12:00  – 13:00 LUNCH
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13:00 13:40

High Resolution Imaging of Strain, Crystal Structure and Defects by 2D and 3D X-ray Diffraction

Tobias Schulli, Head of the Nanoprobe group, ESRF, Grenoble, France

13:40 14:00 In situ and in operando high-energy X-ray characterization of hard protective tool coatings.

Jens Birch, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, Linköping, Sweden

14:00 14:40  

Time-resolved X-ray diffraction studies at the FemtoMAX beamline

Amelie Jarnac, Synchrotron SOLEIL, France

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14:40 – 15:00  Coffee break
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Chair: Ann Terry

15:00 15:40

Chemistry Beyond the Crystal

Simon Kimber, Laboratory Interdisciplinaire Carnot de Bourgogne, Interfaces group, Dijon, France

15:40 16:00

 

Underneath the Bragg peaks: Structure of Bio-based Materials and Foods

Ramune Kuktaite, Plant Breeding, SLU, Alnarp, Sweden

16:00 16:20

Anomalous Dynamics of Magnetic Anisotropic Colloids Studied by XPCS

Antara Pal, Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University, Sweden

16:20 16:40  

Investigation of porosity of maghemite nanorods

Yulia Trushkina, Department of Materials and Environment, Stockholm University, Sweden

16:40 17:20

How Can High Brilliance Beamlines Serve the Soft Matter Community?

Dag Werner Breiby, Department of Physics, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway

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19:00  BANQUET


Session organizers
Ann Terry
Olivier Balmes

Contact  info
Ann Terry

 

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