• Scientific scope

     
    This workshop will highlight recent results obtained using X-ray and neutron techniques in energy materials research. It will address the correlation of structural features with the physical properties required for energy applications. The programme has been designed to give scientists the opportunity to share ideas and explore new research strategies for energy materials.

    Prior to this event a specialised School on Diffraction on Energy Materials will take place at the ILL (8 and 9 October 2018). The School will combine a selection of lectures with intensive hands-on sessions. Participants will encounter advanced tools for diffraction data treatment, using Rietveld refinement programmes such as FullProf or independent refinement programmes such as FAULTS. Further details can be found on the School on Diffraction on Energy Materials webpage.

    Further details can be found on the School on Diffraction on Energy Materials webpage.
  • Participants


    The School on Diffraction on Energy Materials (8th and 9th October 2018) is intended for PhD students and young researchers with a basic knowledge of diffraction techniques and crystallography, as well as for experienced scientists seeking a practical overview of the most important developments in the field over recent years. As places are limited, attendance is restricted to participants of the ILL-ESS users meeting. To participate please click on the Registration button and Energy on Diffraction workshop.
     
  • Confirmed Invited and Keynote speakers

    Focusing session on: Fuel cells / ionic conductors (chairperson: Prof. Juan Rodriguez-Carvajal)
    Keynote Person: Prof. Bill David
    ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory &
    Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford
    Talk title: “Diffraction Studies of Reversible and Regenerable Chemical Storage Materials”
     
    Focusing session on: H2 Storage/ solar cells (chairperson: Dr. Thomas Hansen)
    Keynote Person: Prof. Mark Weller
    Bath University
    Talk title: “Solving the structural complexities of new solar absorber materials using neutron diffraction”
     
    Focusing session on: Li/Na batteries (chairperson: Dr. Montse Casas-Cabanas)
    Keynote Person: Prof. Helmut Ehrenberg
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
    Talk title: "From Li-ion technology to post-Lithium systems"
     
    Focusing session on: in situ / in operando (chairperson: Dr. Emmanuelle Suard)
    Keynote Person: Prof. Christian Masquelier
    Université Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens
    Talk title: “Crystal Chemistry of positive electrode materials for Li- and Na-ion batteries probed at large scale facilities”
     
    Focusing session on: Thermoelectric / Magnetocaloric (chairperson: Dr. Michael Koza)
    Keynote Person: Prof. Françoise Damay
    Laboratoire Léon Brillouin
    CEA-Saclay
    Talk title: "Origin of ultra-low thermal conductivity in AgCrSe2"
  • The organizing committee

    Maria-Teresa Fernandez Díaz (ILL)
    Gwenaelle Rousse (UPMC, Collège de France)
    Casas-Cabanas Montse (CIC, energiGUNE)
    Rosa Palacin (ICMAB)
    Juan Rodriguez-Carvajal (ILL)
    Robin Woracek (ESS)
    Oscar Fabelo (ILL)
    Werner Scweika (ESS)
  • Organisation contact


    Secretary contact
    Brigitte Dubouloz
    Email: diffengmat@ill.fr
     
  • Registration
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