SNSS Annual Meeting 2016

from Monday, 30 May 2016 (12:00) to Tuesday, 31 May 2016 (16:30)
Lund, Sweden (Palaestra Nedre)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
30 May 2016
31 May 2016
08:00 --- Coffee ---
Soft Matter -Prof. Tommy Nylander (Lund University) (until 10:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
08:30 Toward “Damascus colloids”: developing thermal processing strategies for colloidal gels - Prof. Matthew Helgeson (UCSB)   (Palaestra Nedre)
09:10 Deep Eutectic Solvents as media to promote surfactant self-assembly - Mr. Adrian Sanchez-Fernandez (University of Bath)   (Palaestra Nedre)
09:25 USING SANS TO INVESTIGATE SOFT RESPONSIVE PARTICLES IN ELECTRIC FIELDS - Ms. Sofi Nöjd (Physical Chemistry, Lund University)   (Palaestra Nedre)
09:40 Topological interactions in polymers under shear - Dr. Maximilian Wolff (Uppsala University)   (Palaestra Nedre)
10:00 --- Coffee Break ---
Soft Matter -Prof. Adrian Rennie (Uppsala University) (until 12:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
10:20 Probing Interactions Between Food Components - Prof. John White (Australian National University)   (Palaestra Nedre)
11:00 Molecular Structure of Trehalose-Water Solutions as Studied by Neutron Diffraction and EPSR Modelling - Mr. Christoffer Olsson (Chalmers University of Technology)   (Palaestra Nedre)
11:15 Manifestation of patchiness in small-angle scattering of proteins - it takes two to tango - Dr. Malin Zackrisson Oskolkova (Assoc. Prof., Division of Physical Chemistry, Lund University)   (Palaestra Nedre)
11:30 Neutron imaging of mechanical and hydromechanical processes in rocks - Dr. Stephen Hall (ESS / Lund University)   (Palaestra Nedre)
Registration and Lunch (until 12:45) (Palaestra Nedre)
Welcome (until 13:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
VR Neutron Scattering Strategy - Presentation and Discussion -Prof. Yvonne Brandt Andersson (Center for neutron scattering, Uppsala university) (until 14:20) (Palaestra Nedre)
13:00 VR Strategy for Swedish Participation in and Hosting of ESS   (Palaestra Nedre)
13:30 Discussion - Prof. Yvonne Brandt Andersson (Center for neutron scattering, Uppsala university)   (Palaestra Nedre)
Instrumentation and Methods -Dr. Andrew Jackson (European Spallation Source ERIC) (until 15:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
14:20 ‘Överlåtaren' a fast way to transfer and orthogonalize 2D offspecular reflectivity data - Mr. Franz Adlmann (Uppsala Universitet)   (Palaestra Nedre)
14:40 In-Situ Polarised Neutron Reflectometry During Thin Film Growth - Dr. Wolfgang Kreuzpaintner (Technische Universität München)   (Palaestra Nedre)
15:00 --- Coffee Break ---
Hard Matter -Prof. Maths Karlsson (Chalmers University of Technology) (until 17:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
15:20 Exploring large-scale magnetic structures - magnetic vortices and domains - Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn (University of Birmingham)   (Palaestra Nedre)
16:00 Neutron scattering and spin ice - Prof. Patrik Henelius (Theoretical Physics, KTH)   (Palaestra Nedre)
16:15 A neutron scattering study of the hydride-ion dynamics in the novel perovskite oxyhydrides BaTiO3-xHx (x = 0.14 and 0.4) - Mrs. Carin Österberg (Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)   (Palaestra Nedre)
16:30 Magnetostructural transition in Fe5SiB2 observed with neutron diffraction and the effect of P-substitutions - Mr. Johan Cedervall (Uppsala University)   (Palaestra Nedre)
16:45 Emergent magnetic order and topologically complex structures - Pascale Deen (European Spallation Source ESS AB)   (Palaestra Nedre)
SNSS General Meeting (until 17:30) (Palaestra Nedre)
Community Interactions (until 18:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
17:30 Support Laboratories in connection to ESS/MAX IV - Dr. Lars Tilly (Innovation Skåne/Materials Business Center) Mr. Edvard Hall (Innovation Skåne/Materials Business Center)   (Palaestra Nedre)
17:45 BrightnESS - Ute Gunsenheimer (ESS - European Spallation Source ERIC)   (Palaestra Nedre)
Posters & Mingle (until 19:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
Dinner (until 22:00) (Palaestra Nedre)
ESS Construction Site visit (until 13:00) ()
13:00 --- Lunch ---
Site tours (until 15:00) ()
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