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SIKA1 - Latest News | 2015-06-02 15:46:04

Diffraction is a standard technique to study arrangements of atoms (crystal structure), alignment, texture and grain structure in hard matter. Similar issues arise in soft matter, where material properties (e.g. mechanical functioning, transport properties, internal surface, optical properties etc) are highly influenced by analogues to these quantities formed by the arrangements of ensembles of molecules, often in a solvent, such as amphilipilic molecules or polymers rather than atoms. The structures formed consequentially occur at longer length-scales, and the role of thermal motions is quite different.

This meeting brings together those working in highly ordered forms of soft matter from biology, polymer science and the colloidal domain with the following objectives:

  • Bringing together a community working in this science field.
  • Discussing instrumentation, and in particular the specific characteristics which are peculiar to these investigations.
  • Defining specific requirements for neutron instruments to enable such research.

The program will have both oral and poster presentations.

Starts 7 Sep 2015 09:00
Ends 8 Sep 2015 16:00
Europe/Prague
Institute for Macromolecular Chemistry, Prague
Heyrovského nám.2 162 06 Praha 6 - Břevnov Czech Republic
 

attendees include :

  • Esko Oksanen (ESS)

  • Markus Strobl (ESS) “Status of facility and instrumentation”

  • Robert Corkery (KTH, Sweden) “Neutron Diffraction Studies of Organization in Photosynthetic Organisms”

  • Kell Mortensen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark )

  • Gary Bryant (RMIT University, Australia ) “Structure Factor in Hard Sphere Suspensions”

  • Borislav Angelov (Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Czech Republic)

  • Andrei Petoukhov (Utrecht University, Netherlands) “Self-assembly of anisotropic colloids: microradian x-ray diffraction”

  • Jörg Pieper (University of Tartu, Estonia)

  • Liliana DeCampo (ANSTO, Australia)

Click here to go to the website.

 

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