Meetings/Workshops on Neutron Scattering in Germany

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JCNS Workshop 2020 — Trends and Perspectives in Neutron Scattering: Quantum Materials From Bulk to Nano
13 Oct 2020 - 16 Oct 2020 • Tutzing, Germany
Organizer:
Jülich Centre for Neutron Science (JCNS), Forschungszentrum Jülich
Abstract:
A tremendous interest in the fundamental research of quantum materials has been triggered by the recent improvements in superconductivity and magnetism in low dimensions, by the realization of emergent quasi-particles such as skyrmions and magnetic monopoles, as well as by the potential applications of such systems for future information technology. As unique probe for studying magnetism, neutron scattering matches the entire range of length- and time-scales relevant for many novel magnetic and electronic phenomena. The workshop is devoted to the area of quantum materials in all their forms and it will bring together experts with neutron scattering users to discuss recent developments and trends in the understanding of the magnetic properties of quantum materials tackled by neutron methods and complementary techniques. The workshop will discuss current requirements and developments in such techniques and it is particularly dedicated to novel and upcoming experimental opportunities to discuss the scientific options and capabilities.
Contact:
Email: jcns-workshop@fz-juelich.de
Topics:
Bulk, Frustrated spin systems, Nano and Heterostructures, Low dimensional quantum magnetism, Superconductivity, Models of quantum magnetic systems, Magnetic nanoparticles, Quantum spin liquids, Quantum materials properties at high magnetic fields, Skyrmions
Event listing ID:
1333977
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DN2020 — German Neutron Scattering Conference
09 Dec 2020 - 10 Dec 2020 • Munich, Germany
Organizer:
German Committee Research with Neutrons (KFN)
Abstract:
The German Neutron Scattering Conference DN2020 will be a forum for users of neutron sources and will offer the possibility to get updated on modern neutron methods and to discuss new results and developments. Invited speakers are going to give their view on the role of neutron science today and in the future. Neutron science plays an important role in modern research. New developments, not only in instrumentation, but also in digitalization, enable new types of experiments in all fields of research from particle physics over materials science to life sciences and heritage science, just to name a few.
Event listing ID:
1356942
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MLZ conference "Neutrons for Life Sciences"
01 Jun 2021 - 30 Jun 2021 • Lenggries , Germany
Organizer:
Heinz Maier-Leibnitz-Zentrum (MLZ)
Abstract:
Life Sciences is a rapidly expanding field in the use of neutrons. The number of users at the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz-Zentrum (MLZ) performing experiments related to life sciences is constantly growing. Be it contrast variation for matching out protein, DNA or lipids or the hunt for catalytical important hydrogen atoms, neutrons play an important role in determining structures of biologically relevant molecules or membranes. Neutron tomography on living plants or tissue uses the huge difference in incoherent scattering of hydrogen as compared to deuterium. Using incoherent and coherent inelastic neutron scattering, investigation of equilibrium dynamics of biological systems is possible on the picosecond and nanosecond time scale. With future neutron sources, time resolved investigations will become more and more important. Dedicated sample environment and additional in situ measurement techniques all optimized for small sample volumes will be needed in the future.
Event listing ID:
1356960


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Last updated: 20 May 2020