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LEAPS 2022 — LEAPS Conference
15 mai 2022 - 22 mai 2022 • Elba Island, Italie
League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources (LEAPS)
LEAPS is the League of European Accelerator-based Photon Sources, a strategic consortium initiated by the Directors of the Synchrotron Radiation and Free Electron Laser (FEL) user facilities in Europe. Its primary goal is to actively and constructively ensure and promote the quality and impact of the fundamental, applied and industrial research carried out at their respective facility to the greater benefit of European science and society. In this context LEAPS will organize in May 15 - 22, 2022 the first LEAPS Topical Conference aiming to bring together the latest achievements from the synchrotron radiation user community with those from source development and instrumentation. The focus of the first LEAPS Conference will be dedicated to the opportunities emerging from the Quantum Technologies R&D. This conference shall showcase where today and future synchrotron radiation contributes to the advancements of Quantum Technologies.
"LEAPS meets Quantum Technology"
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LEAPS meets Quantum Technology Conference
16 mai 2022 - 20 mai 2022 • Erice , Italie
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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL of CRYSTALLOGRAPHY — 56th Course: Crystallography under extreme conditions the future is bright and very compressed
03 jui 2022 - 11 jui 2022 • Erice , Italie
Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture
Subjecting matter to extreme conditions reveals a multitude of fascinating phenomena, and is applicable to a wide range of disciplines. From the extremophiles that exist in the deepest depths of our oceans to the exotic new materials that are made when atoms are pushed ever closer together, understanding the structure of materials at extreme conditions affects Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geoscience and Material Science. In order to achieve its goals, high pressure research has been always at the vanguard of technical progress. It is a discipline in which equipment plays a particularly important role. State-of-the-art diamond anvil cells can now achieve megabar ranges of pressure, millions of times atmospheric pressure, with this beaten by an order of magnitude in dynamic compression experiments. In this manner, scientists are able to mimic the conditions in the interiors of giant planets. Nature is even more ambitious, as in the stars petapascal pressures (the order of tens to hundreds billion atmospheres) are reached. In the laboratory, we can even create conditions of pressure, temperature and magnetic fields that are not found naturally, allowing us to complement nature to explore more exotic phases of matter. Therefore, the course will cover broad ground in the application of extreme conditions crystallography. The topics will span from fundamentals of high-pressure single crystal and powder diffraction, to presenting the many flavors of static and dynamic compression, to reviews of sources for extreme conditions work (synchrotrons, neutrons and free electron lasers). Complementary experimental (Mössbauer spectroscopy, X-ray magnetic circular dichroism, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, inelastic scattering) and computational methods will also be discussed. Diffraction analysis on the structure of liquids, glasses and nanocrystalline materials as well as multigrain crystallography will also be introduced. The lectures will be harmonized with the related sessions of interactive tutorials, providing hands-on experience to the attendees. These workshops will be focused on basic laboratory skills and the elements of data processing software related to the high pressure
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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL of CRYSTALLOGRAPHY — 57th Course: Diffuse scattering: the crystallography of dynamics, defects, and disorder
03 jui 2022 - 11 jui 2022 • Erice , Italie
Periodic order is the sine qua non of crystallography. Yet sometimes it is the departure from order that is crucial for material function. Proteins, frustrated magnets, photovoltaics, battery materials, high-temperature superconductors — there are many examples of important systems where disorder of one sort or another plays a pivotal role. Crystallographically, the signature of disorder is the existence of a diffuse component to the scattering function, usually orders of magnitude weaker than the conventional Bragg scattering. The advent of intense radiation sources, the development of revolutionary detector technologies, and the ready availability of high-performance computing have collectively transformed our ability to measure and interpret diffuse scattering from disordered crystals. As a result, scientists across many disciplines — from biochemistry to condensed-matter physics — are discovering all sorts of new types of disorder and importantly, all sorts of new ways in which disorder is critical for function. This course will cover the background necessary to measure and interpret diffuse scattering from disordered crystals. Its contents span the theory of diffraction and diffuse scattering, the practicalities of its measurement, and the many different approaches taken to its interpretation. The programme is loosely split into two strands – one with a focus on materials chemistry & physics and the other concerned mostly with protein dynamics. Collectively, the course will cover the various origins of diffuse scattering (e.g. dynamics, compositional/displacive disorder, magnetic disorder), and its form in both single-crystal and powder samples. There will be extensive discussion of real-space interpretations, including the well-known pair distribution function (PDF) and its variants (e.g. 3D-ΔPDF). These lectures will draw on and highlight key scientific discoveries from the recent literature. In parallel to the lecture course, the course will offer a broad selection of tutorials and workshops that will cover many of the key analysis approaches: such as molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo simulations, the Debye equation, small-box and big-box atomistic modelling.
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FEL2022 — 40th International Free Electron Laser Conference
22 aou 2022 - 26 aou 2022 • Trieste, Italie
Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste
FEL 2022 will focus on recent advances in free electron laser theory and experiments, electron beam, photon beam, and undulator technologies, and applications of free electron lasers. This edition is organised by Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste, an international, multidisciplinary research centre specialised in the generation of synchrotron and free-electron laser radiation together with their applications in material and life sciences.
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20 mai 2022
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