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Keynote Speakers  -   Talk duration: 40 min + 5 min discussion

  • Martin Müller - University of Kiel, Germany
    Understanding Engineering Materials in Nature
  • Ismael Cevdet Noyan - Columbia University, United States 
    A Rigorous Analysis of the Information Volume in a Powder Diffraction Experiment
  • Philip Withers - University of Manchester, UK
    Fracture mechanics by synchrotron X-ray microscopy


Invited Speakers -  Talk duration: 25 min + 5 min discussion

  • Ke An - Oak Ridge National Labarotory, United States
    Pinhole High Spatial Resolution Engineering Diffraction

  • Joël Bernier - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, United States
    Quantifying the Mechanical Response of Polycrystalline Materials at the Mesoscale via 3D-XRD

  • Don Brown - Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States
    Evolution of Grain Morphology of Ceramic Nuclear Fuels Under Simulated Operating Conditions

  • Giovanni Bruno  - University of Potsdam, Germany
    Industrial porous and microcracked ceramics: macro and micromechanical properties

  • Bjorn Clausen - Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States
    Neutron Diffraction Residual Stress and In-Situ Loading Measurements on Additively Manufactured Stainless Steel

  • Jean Marie Drezet - Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
    Determination of rigidity temperature in AA5182 and AA6063 aluminium alloys using in situ X-ray diffraction during casting

  • Jeremy Epp - IWT - Stiftung Institut für Werkstofftechnik, Bremen, Germany
    Complementary Synchrotron, Neutron and X-ray diffraction techniques for the investigation of heat  treatment processes

  • Matteo Leoni - University of Trento, Italy
    Microstructure, stress and strain

  • Vladimir Luzin - Bragg Institute (ANSTO) - Lucas Heights, Australia
    Neutron through-thickness stress measurements in coatings with high spatial resolution

  • Gonghao Qiu - Electricité de France, St Denis, France
    Evaluation of stress corrosion cracking sensibility of steam generator partition plates by measuring  the residuel stress using neutron diffraction technique (SALSA)

  • Neil Raath - University of Warwick, UK
    The UK High Value Manufacturing Catapult: a need for central facilities?

  • Ron Rogge - Chalk River laboratories, Canada
    The Application of Neutron Beams for Non-Destructive Nuclear Forensics of Radioactive Samples

  • Hiroshi Suzuki - Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai, Japan
    Neutron Engineering Application for Structural Engineering of Reinforced Concrete Structure

  • Carlos Tome - Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
    Characerizing Stress and Strain Relaxation Mechanisms in MgAZ31 Using Modeling and Neutron Diffraction

  • Chuck Woo - Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea
    Deep penetration capability of neutron diffraction for strain scanning

  • Robin Woracek - European Spallation Source ESS, Lund, Sweden
    Diffraction Contrast in Neutron Imaging for Evaluation of Phase, Texture and Strain in 2D & 3D


All other Contributed Talks duration: 15 min + 5 min discussion - Download the Talk and Poster list


Tutorial Speakers

  • Don Brown - Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States
    Residual strain measurements with Neutrons

  • Andy King - SOLEIL Synchrotron, Gif sur Yvette, France
    Using imaging in materials science for stress, strain, damage characterisation and more
  • Matteo Leoni - University of Trento, Italy
    Analysis of residual stress: data modelling
  • Peter Staron - HZG - Institute of Materials Research, Geesthacht, Germany
    Residual strain measurements with synchrotron X-rays
  • Tom Holden - Northern Stress Tech, Canada
    Overview of sources, comparison between x-rays and neutrons and the various methods of measuring residual stresses
  • Carsten Ohms - JRC Petten, Netherlands
    Neutron Standardization Project
  • Axel Steuwer -  Invest in Skåne
    Industry Example
  • Ennio Capria - ESRF and Jerôme Beaucour - ILL
    Working with Industry