Centralsync School in Matrafured

from Monday, 24 September 2012 (09:00) to Wednesday, 26 September 2012 (12:00)
Mátrafüred Academic Resort (Conference room)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
24 Sep 2012
25 Sep 2012
26 Sep 2012
Centralsync Meeting (until 12:00) (Conference room)
SR applications in geosciences (until 13:00) (Conference room)
09:00 Synchrotron micro/nano-XRF analysis of cometary material and inclusions in natural diamonds - Prof. Laszlo Vincze (Department of Analytical Chemistry, Ghent University)   (Conference room)
10:00 Applications of synchrotron radiation induced X-ray micro-spectroscopy in Earth Sciences: revealing processes in the Earth's interior - Dr Karen Appel (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, DESY, Beamline:L)   (Conference room)
11:00 The use of X-ray absorption spectroscopy from the bulk- to the nano-scale to study radioactive waste repository materials - Dr Rainer Daehn   (Conference room)
12:00 A synchrotron-based approach to study cementitious materials, immobilization processes of radioactive materials and interfaces in cement-clay systems using micro-XRF/XAS/XRD techniques - Dr Erich Wieland   (Conference room)
Free for individual program (until 12:00) (Mátrafüred)
Arrival (until 13:00) (Conference room)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
Opening-Introduction (until 14:15) (Conference room)
Basics of Synchrotron Radiation (until 17:00) (Conference room)
14:15 SR sources and instruments - Prof. Gyula Faigel (Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Experimental Solid State Physics Department)   (Conference room)
15:00 Hard X-ray studies of spin state changes in Fe compounds: From static to ultrafast - Dr György Vankó (Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Department of Material Science by Nuclear Methods)   (Conference room)
16:00 Applications of nuclear resonance at high pressure and high temperature: Measurements at conditions of the deep Earth's interior - Dr Catherine McCammon   (Conference room)
13:00 --- Lunch break ---
SR applications in geosciences (until 17:00) (Conference room)
14:00 The Dislocation Structure of Minerals or Metallic Materials in Different Depths of our Planet Determined by Synchrotron X-ray Line Profile Analysis - Prof. Tamás Ungár (Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Science, Institute of Physics)   (Conference room)
15:00 Local and electronic structure of impurities in minerals: Contributions from high-resolution x-ray absorption spectroscopy and DFT calculations - Dr Amelie Bordage   (Conference room)
16:00 The resolution limits in time and space of X-ray tomography applied to earth sciences - Dr Rajmund Mokso   (Conference room)
Contributions from Czech/Slovak partners (until 19:00) (Conference room)