NNSP Capacity Building Networks - Engineering, processes and real-space imaging
In the framework of NordForsk’s capacity building networks within neutron scattering science we are happy to present the workshop on Engineering, Processes and Real-Space Imaging.
Neutron scattering is excellent in performing non-destructive in-depth imaging of materials and components. Diffraction provides an excellent tool for determining grains, texture, composition and microscopic strain. Scattering is used to investigate complex flow, phase separations, sintering, welding and other engineering processes. During a 24-hour workshop from lunch to lunch we will bring together academia and industry from the Nordic and Baltic countries working within the field connecting research communities across the region to build critical mass. Focus will be on topics related to the two engineering and imaging instruments at ESS; ODIN (https://europeanspallationsource.se/instruments/odin) and BEER (https://europeanspallationsource.se/instruments/beer)
Limited number of participants: Priority is given to participants from the Nordic and the Baltic countries.
Topics for discussion
· Neutron imaging and diffraction for in-situ/in-operando analysis of engineering materials and processes
(complex flow, phase separations, sintering, welding etc.)
· Neutron imaging and diffraction for in-situ/in-operando analysis of energy materials and components
(batteries, fuel/electrolysis cells, solar cells etc.)
· Imaging and diffraction for determination of microstructure, grains, texture, composition, pores
· Imaging and diffraction for determination of strain
· Imaging of magnetic fields
· Sample environments for in-situ/in-operando neutron imaging within engineering
The venue is very central to Scandinavia at Hotel Park Inn in Copenhagen, Denmark, just one stop with the metro from the airport.
Andreas Schreyer, Director for Science of the European Spallation Source
Instrument developers representing ODIN and BEER
Scientists from ESS, University of Copenhagen, Lund University, Technical University of Denmark, Institute for Energy Technology in Norway
Registration is all-inclusive and free of charge. You can apply for travel imbursement when you register. Priority will be given to PhD students and postdocs.
Registration deadline: October 30th, 2018
Abstract submission deadline: October 30th, 2018
Notification of abstract acceptance: November 15th, 2018
Workshop: December 6th - 7th, 2018
Luise Theil Kuhn, DTU Energy, Technical University of Denmark
Robin Woracek, ESS, European Spallation Source